NEWS & CAREER ADVICE

20 Tips for Starting Your Medical Career

In Career Advice
June 14, 2016

Starting your medical career can be difficult, especially when making the transition from academia to a professional healthcare setting.

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10 Physical Therapy Continuing Education Resources

In Education, Physical Therapist
June 9, 2016

With physical therapy continuing education requirements changing year-in and year-out, its important to keep a few good resources up your sleeve when the time comes to hit the books again.

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7 Best Shoes for Nurses

In Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse
June 7, 2016

The best shoes for nurses are those that that keep you going for hours on end without your feet feeling like they’re screaming with every step you take.

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12 Nursing Scholarships You Should Know About

In Education, Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse
June 2, 2016

Whether you’re just now starting your education toward becoming the nurse you want to be, or a career-long nurse seeking career advancement, these are the nursing scholarships that you need […]

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7 Time Management Tips for Healthcare Professionals

In Career Advice
May 31, 2016

As a healthcare professional, juggling your responsibilities can be a daunting task, so we’ve come up with these time management tips to help you relieve those everyday pressures.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Making the Move to Registered Nurse

In Infographics, Registered Nurse
May 26, 2016

As America’s population grows older, medical staff is highly sought after across the country. Few professions are in greater demand than nursing, where new graduates can slide into a career […]

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10 Signs That You Should Quit Your Job ASAP

In Career Advice
May 26, 2016

Are you having doubts about your career at your current company? Here are 10 telltale signs that you should quit your job before you end up spending too much of […]

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Work-Life Balance: 8 Ways to Take Control

In Career Advice
May 24, 2016

Once upon a time, in the distant past, maintaining a healthy work-life balance was simple and came naturally. We went to work, and once we left, we were free to […]

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The 5 Rights of Medication Administration

In Career Advice
May 19, 2016

The 5 rights of medication administration are used to help nurses, and other healthcare professionals, avoid costly mistakes when it comes to patient care. Even the most experienced staffers can […]

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Risks of Sitting vs Standing at Work

In Career Advice
May 17, 2016

There is a lot of debate around whether you should sit or stand while at work. For medical professionals like nurses, doctors, physician assistants and family nurse practitioners, standing is […]

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