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Musings from My Mentors

Lessons from My Mentor

Perhaps the quickest way to accelerate progress in life and career is to find a mentor. Another is to hire a coach. I did both. Here are a few lessons I learned along the way.

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The Best Cities in the Southwest for a Career in Healthcare

Best Job Markets for Healthcare in the Southwestern U.S.

The Southwest is a place of beauty and weather that could make you the envy of everyone. The biggest aspect to consider is that many of the large centers will have higher costs of living. Choosing one of these cities that also has a high number of healthcare jobs allows you to enjoy the Southwest life while also enjoying a vibrant healthcare career.

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Attract and Retain Talent Through Career Development

Career Development as a Tool to Attract and Retain Talent

In the war for talent, institutions must use every available tool to attract applicants to the fold. For many job seekers, a new position is only the beginning of their “wish list” for employment; career development and advancement are top of mind when looking for a new job. In fact, the number one reason working candidates search for a new opportunity is career advancement…

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Top Ten Highest Paying Nurse Practitioner Specialties

Top Ten Highest Paying Nurse Practitioner Specialties

The role of the Nurse Practitioner (NP) is ubiquitous in the field of medicine. Wherever one finds a physician in a clinical setting, a nurse practitioner (with training and little oversight) may also be found. While salaries for these advanced practice nurses will vary from region to region in the U.S., there are also some salary differences based on area of specialty.

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Can Physicians Really Have It All? Work-life Balance in the Modern Era of Medicine

Physician Work-life Balance in the Modern Era of Medicine

Whether or not physician work-life balance is possible, it is highly coveted. Younger generations of doctors (those 35 years old and younger) and an increasingly female workforce have spearheaded this movement towards balance. Women make up about half of all medical students and residents and many – along with an increasing number of their male colleagues – value raising a family and pursuing other life interests. While older generations accepted that the calling to become a physician would limit other areas of life, and the medical profession overall has a poor record of self-care, times are changing, and this newer generation is looking for a change.

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Managing Patients with Big Shot Syndrome

Dealing with Entitled Patients

Self-restraint is one of the most-practiced and valuable skills in my repertoire. I stood in the exam room with her, hands in the pockets of my white coat. I was expressionless and silent while she ranted. I did not, (almost-irresistibly) tell her that this was not the behavior of a woman who was ready for motherhood.

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