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All Posts by Sheramy Tsai

About Sheramy Tsai

Sheramy Tsai is a registered nurse and freelance writer. She holds a BA from Middlebury College and a BSN from the School of Nursing at Johns Hopkins University. Throughout her career she has worked in various nursing specialties and most recently managed a Post Anesthesia Care Unit at a large teaching hospital. Prior to becoming a nurse, Sheramy was a successful recruiter for WinterWyman in the Boston area. When she’s not busy with her blended family of five children, she takes the time to pursue her passion for all things related to natural health and wellness.

Top 10 Barriers Facing Healthcare Recruiters

Healthcare Recruiting has No Barriers to Entry, but High Barriers to Success

The recruitment industry can be a challenging field. In fact, it’s no surprise that 80% of the people who enter the industry fail within the first two years, never to be seen again. Certainly, there are positive aspects to being […]

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Five Tips to Bow Out Gracefully from Your Healthcare Job

There comes a time in everyone’s professional life when a change of scenery is necessary. Whether you are leaving your job to pursue a new career opportunity or because you are ready to move on from an intolerable work situation, the way in which you handle your departure is likely to follow you for years to come.

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Five Ways to Stand Out in a Competitive Nursing Job Market

How to Get Noticed in a Crowded Nursing Job Market

Discussions surrounding the topic of nursing shortages have been circulating for decades. While there is a plethora of data supporting the idea that the United States is heading towards a deficit of nurses, some nurses are currently scratching their heads. […]

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Code Lavender: Healthcare Providers Caring for Themselves

Fighting Provider Burn Out with Code Lavender

Stress is an inherent part of working in the health care system. While health care providers become accustomed to the daily stressors involved in their jobs, some moments arise that push caregivers past their emotional limits. Whether these situations consist of the death of a colleague, a stressful interaction between two health care providers, a difficult patient situation, or a variety of other stress-inducing situations, “Code Lavender” may be just what the doctor ordered.

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