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Healthcare is a difficult job, and no one would suggest otherwise. Nurses and other medical professionals have a lot of pressure on them to ensure that care is quality and processes are being met. And there are days, or nights, where everything is put to the test. So, how do you deal with a particularly… Read more »

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As a medical professional, you are in a position to become intimately familiar with your patients and their families. And while you are there specifically to learn about and care for these individuals, there are still some topics of conversation best left on the table. Some topics can be difficult to discuss, while other can… Read more »

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The medical industry is ever-evolving, and mostly for great reasons. Technology is improving our lives in a variety of ways from big business to personal interaction. Healthcare jobs are also seeing big changes with new tech tools. Are you up to date on the most recent changes that can help you stay current and even… Read more »

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Over the course of your lifetime, you’ve probably received a ton of advice about what you should do with your career. Some people say you should get a job with good stability while others suggest that the only right way is to follow your bliss. But, the real world doesn’t always fit neatly into either… Read more »

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The term special needs encompasses a wide variety of things. Your patient may have a series of anxieties that make treatment difficult. Or they may have physical disabilities or cognitive impairments that limit your options as well. Whatever the case, there is quite a bit of debate lately over whether or not special needs patients… Read more »

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Whether you’re working on the hospital floor or in a busy doctor’s office, you will be on your feet most of the day. Even your brief moments of sitting down are not restful for you. So have you considered the right shoes for your career in nursing? Your feet are vulnerable to many possible problems,… Read more »

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If there is one universal truth to understand in your life is that you can’t control how other people act, you can only control your reaction to them. A non-compliant patient can be difficult to deal with because you completely understand the problem but they seem to be fighting you at every turn. If you… Read more »

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When you’re interviewing for your next position in the field of medicine, regardless of the specialization, you need to make sure that you’re ahead of your competition in the interview. This meeting will make or break your chances of being hired. So how do you prepare for your next medical job? Here are 5 tips… Read more »

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Productivity and organization go hand in hand. You probably know that staying organized while on the job is critical to your success, but did you know that your home can also be an indicator of your productivity levels while at work? Your work life and your home life are two sides of the same coin,… Read more »

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In spite all of your most intense training, there will be times in your medical career when you encounter a situation for the first time. Most of the time, you will be cool and confident and able to handle yourself well, but other times will be frustrating and overwhelming. How do you prepare, and how… Read more »