Relocating for a Healthcare Assignment in a New City? Here’s What to Do.

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There are many advantages to being a travel nurse or healthcare worker – including the opportunity to explore new places and experience new things. However, let’s be honest, moving can be a pain. So even if this isn’t your first rodeo, it’s good to understand some best practices for picking up and settling in a… Read more »

5 Holiday Season Time Management Tips for Healthcare Professionals

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As a healthcare worker, you’re used to dealing with all types of stressful situations – including never having enough time in the day to do everything you want to do. And with the holidays upon us, you’re likely also coping with the shopping frenzy, cooking, cleaning, and family gatherings. The holidays can be joyous –… Read more »

Want Something to be Thankful for this Thanksgiving? How About a New Job!

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During normal times, as the calendar moves closer to the holidays, job opportunities tend to slow down – sometimes to a trickle.  But in case you haven’t noticed, we’re not living in “normal” times, and thanks to a major shortage of healthcare workers across the country, hospitals, health clinics, labs and practices are hiring! That’s… Read more »

How to Make Your Hospital Feel Like Home for the Holidays

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As a healthcare worker, you know that working hospital shifts during the holidays can be less than ideal – for you and your patients (especially children.) The holiday season is a time when family and friends get together to make lasting memories and reflect upon the past year. That’s why anyone staying in the hospital… Read more »

Medical Professionals: Make your Mental Health a Top Priority!

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Whether you’re a nurse, physician, or any number of healthcare professionals, it now feels more important than ever to take a step back and focus on your mental wellbeing. That’s especially true for workers on the front line and behind the scenes who continue the battle against COVID-19. Health worker’s importance in the fight against… Read more »

Contract Negotiation Best Practices for Medical Professionals

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As a medical practitioner, one of the most important parts of any job search comes after the interviews – when an offer is made and it’s time to negotiate the contract. Even in today’s environment, when job seekers often have the upper hand, it’s the part that many physicians, nurses, and other healthcare pros are… Read more »

Inspiring Healthcare Professionals: 10 Can’t Miss TED Talks

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As a busy healthcare professional, it’s likely a challenge to stay informed and further your professional growth and development. The good news is many healthcare professionals have put together memorable TED Talks about healthcare access, innovation, and best practices. They’re free online from any device and each is typically under 20 minutes long. Here are… Read more »

Resume Best Practices for Healthcare Job Seekers

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As a job seeker in the healthcare field you likely know that there’s a lot of competition for the best opportunities. And while the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics continues to predict job growth in the  healthcare industry, that doesn’t mean employers won’t be selective about whom they hire. That means to get noticed by… Read more »

Best Social Media Practices for Healthcare Professionals

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As a physician, nurse, or other healthcare provider, social media can be a very powerful health resource. Social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter have proved to be an effective means for professional and patient engagement. In fact, over 40% of consumers use social media to help make health-related decisions, and 60% of doctors are… Read more »

3 Ways Healthcare Professionals Can Improve Their Bedside Manner

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Whether you’re a physician, RN, NP, PA, or any other healthcare practitioner who deals with patients, a good bedside manner is an important skill to have. The ability to convey genuine concern and interest in a patient is an integral and inseparable part of the medical communications process. How a patient is dealt with can… Read more »