As most residency programs don’t include an elective entitled “Negotiating your dream job,” many first time physician job seekers understandably feel a bit overwhelmed as their training comes to a close. To assuage these concerns, many may feel the need to draft up a list of the “non-negotiables” essential to their first physician job.
So which aspects of your physician job search can you relax? Follow the link to learn more…Read more
Well you made it through nursing school. Congrats! That is a huge accomplishment. Whether your NCLEX exam is behind you or still in progress, you are on your way! Here are some tips to help you be successful for the long haul.Read more
With the dawn of a new year and decade, why not take a moment to reflect on a few simple self care tactics and strategies that can alter and improve the course of life.Read more
Core considerations for rural telehealth program development include: state telemedicine rules and regulations, language and terminology, state parity laws, staffing and teleconsultation models, funding, broadband access, and benefits to rural communities.Read more
Healthcare is hiring, and you do not necessarily need an MD or Ph.D. to find a challenging career with competitive pay. There are many positions that require less education but still offer a substantial annual wage with job growth.
The following is a list of 10 top healthcare jobs predicted to see high rates of job growth over the next ten years…Read more
When considering a career as a nurse practitioner, it is important to envision what you would most like to be doing and what population you are most interested or enjoy. Whatever your area of preference is, you may or may not need a specialty certification. But even for areas where the certification is not necessary, obtaining a specialized degree does make you the most marketable for the position and allows you to provide top of the line care and practice to the fullest extent of your education.Read more