Healthcare Professionals: Here Are 6 Ways to Deal with Difficult Patients

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As a physician, nurse, clinician, or other healthcare professionals, it’s inevitable that at some point, you’ll need to deal with a difficult patient. Yes, it goes with the territory, but it can be hard nonetheless. The bad news is these situations often increase the stress level in the attending healthcare staff, while also reducing productivity…. Read more »

What is a Locum Tenens and Why Should I be One?

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Let’s say a hospital or practice is down to two physicians. With the shortage of doctors in today’s market, the hiring process is taking longer than expected – yet patients still need uninterrupted care. When caseloads can’t wait for newly hired doctors to come on board, many hospitals, clinics or practices fill the gap with… Read more »

5 Essential Qualities of the Best Physicians

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All doctors are not created equal – and that holds true for how they’re perceived by their patients. While the obvious statement is that a good physician should be concerned about their patients’ health and wellbeing, there are many qualities that enable a doctor to be viewed as one of the best. So what makes… Read more »

5 Reasons Nurses Should Consider Working the Night Shift

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Let’s face it; if you’re a nurse, working nights can be challenging – especially for those who haven’t experienced what it means to work while everyone else sleeps. But did you know there are a lot of benefits to working the night shift? In fact, many nurses and healthcare professionals prefer burning the midnight oil… Read more »