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All Posts by Benjamin "Caleb" Williams RN, BA, CEN

About Benjamin "Caleb" Williams RN, BA, CEN

Caleb is an Ivy League-educated nurse consultant with a strong clinical background, including supervisory positions within ICU and ER settings. In addition to his clinical work, Caleb practices as an expert nurse consultant and nurse writer, having written hundreds of healthcare-related articles and advised major businesses across the country on healthcare matters. He is a member of the Emergency Nurses Association and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses and holds multiple advanced certifications in emergency and trauma nursing.

How to Influence the Culture of Your Hospital

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Each hospital has its own culture, influenced by its history, leadership, and community it serves. Influencing this culture, however, requires more than just understanding; it requires action.

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CVs versus Resumes: What’s the Difference?


While the terms “resume” and “CV” are often used interchangeably, it is important to understand the subtle differences between these documents to make a lasting impression on employers and help you land your desired career.

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How to Adapt to Working in a New Hospital

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Adapting to a new hospital can be difficult for providers who have worked under different healthcare settings. It is important to understand the culture, build relationships, master the systems in place, and utilize your past experience to ensure a smooth transition.

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9 Tips for Staying Motivated as a Clinician

9 ways to stay motivated

While rewarding, staying motivated can be difficult in the emotionally-draining world of patient care. Here are some tips to rediscover your passion as a clinician and avoid burnout.

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Transitioning from a Non-Clinical to a Clinical Role

transitioning to a clinical role

Clinical positions provide a challenging yet rewarding career path. Making the transition into a clinical role can be a difficult experience, carrying a higher level of responsibility and stress than many other roles. This shift, while very rewarding, comes with a unique set of challenges and opportunities.

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6 Things to Do Before Starting a New Job

6 things to do before starting your new job

From goal-setting to contract review, setting yourself up for success is important when transitioning to a new role. Here are six actions you should consider between accepting an offer and starting your new job.

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Healthcare Jobs of the Future: Current Trends and Opportunities

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The future of healthcare is coming. Providers who keep up with emerging medical technology and trends will help lead the way and be among those who thrive when disruptive changes occur.

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7 Strategies for Clinicians to Stand Out from Other Job Applicants

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Some physicians struggle to distinguish themselves from the crowd in today’s competitive job market. Here are 7 strategies to make a compelling application and land your dream job in medicine.

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Top 5 Career Mistakes Healthcare Providers Make and How to Avoid Them

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Healthcare professionals are dedicated to providing the best possible patient care, but still mess up from time to time. By avoiding these common career mistakes, you can ensure your time as a healthcare provider is fulfilling and successful.

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6 Tips for Building Relationships in a New Job

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Relationship building is one of the most important – and least talked about – parts of being successful at a new job. Here are 6 tips on how to build better professional and personal relationships at work.

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