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It’s summertime and that means baseball and apple pie. And if you’re thinking that baseball has nothing to do with managing a great team of RNs, you’d be wrong. There are plenty of coaching techniques that can help you build an awesome RN team. You rely on your team of superstar nurses, so use some… Read more »

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Travel nursing is attractive for a number of reasons. You don’t have to settle down in one position, you can visit cities all over the country, and you can gain valuable experience. But travel nursing isn’t always perfect, and many nurses run into challenges with cost of living and other expenses they didn’t see coming…. Read more »

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As a manager, you know that you shouldn’t take your contract nursing staff for granted. They do a lot for your unit, department, or clinic and are a valuable asset for your patients. But is there one aspect of their employment that you might overlook? Do you ask your contract nurses for their opinions often… Read more »

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Are you entering your career as a dialysis nurse? Whether this is your first nursing job or you’re transitioning into a dialysis environment, there are some things that will be helpful for you to know moving forward. While you will go through extensive training to ensure you’re providing proper care to your dialysis patients, there… Read more »

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There are a lot of things involved in ensuring your team is productive and engaged. Have you considered your overall environment? There are many reasons the department, unit, floor, or clinic is as important as your team, tools, and knowledge. As a manager, how can you evaluate your environment and determine if it is conducive… Read more »

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Did you know that volunteering is good for your body and mind? Studies show that giving back to your community can help you stay healthy and engaged. If you’re thinking about volunteering your time and talents as a nurse, it can’t be recommended enough. But what are the tangible benefits of working with volunteering organizations… Read more »

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Are you in the market for your next healthcare job? Regardless of whether you’re looking for something in a clinical environment or in the back office, you have to pass the dreaded interview stage to make it happen. An interview can be intimidating and scary, and few people have extensive practice in the art. What… Read more »

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The intensive care unit is not a placed designed for everyone. The patients under the ICU’s care need additional attention due to the nature of their illnesses or injuries. And it’s perfectly okay that not every nurse is built for working with this department. But as a manager, you need to find talent that will… Read more »