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How to Survive At Work When You Are Understaffed and Overworked

Nursing Hacks: Surviving an Understaffed Shift

One out of five nurses will leave the nursing profession within the first year of becoming a nurse. 36 % of hospital nurses said their patient workload caused them to miss vital changes in a patient’s condition. You know what […]

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Five Ways to Choose Between Terrific Candidates

How to Choose Between Equal Candidates for One Job Opening

You’ve done a great job recruiting for your newest opening. The screening is done, first and second (and sometimes third) interviews are complete, references are checked, and you’re ready to make a hire.  The problem is – all the candidates are equally qualified. How do you decide whom to choose?

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Health Care Workers Benefit from Spending Time in Nature

Nature Provides Wellness Benefits for Healthcare Workers

Spending time in nature is an important aspect of self-care for healthcare workers. Nature enhances mental and physical well–being. It boosts creativity and brain function. Exposure to nature is especially helpful for healthcare workers due to the intensity of our jobs, physical demands, and the technical environments in which we work.

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Edging Ahead in the Fall Physician Hiring Race

How to Beat the Competition in the Fall Physician Recruiting Season

As the weather cools down, physician recruiters know the competition is about to heat up. Budgets are being finalized and approved, new grads have been scouring the market for a home, residents are finalizing searches and will likely sign contracts […]

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How Good Doctors Can Become Good Leaders

Leadership is a skill. Like any skill, it comes easier to some people. However, many doctors can become good leaders by identifying important characteristics and practicing certain behaviors. If you are a physician, you probably read leadership articles that seem […]

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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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Ala Cart – Why Job Boards are a Good First Option

Ala Cart – Why Job Boards are a Good First Option for Physician Job Searches

Like a well-designed menu at your favorite restaurant, the job board presents opportunities of interest and opens the doors of communication when exploring a new job. Candidates are free to peruse the offerings and pursue those most interesting and appealing.

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How to Use Boolean Searches for Healthcare Recruiting, part 2

Boolean search for physician resumes

As a medical recruiter, you must find highly qualified people in a tight labor market. The first article in our series addressed the basics of finding physicians and nurses with specific keywords. Now you can refine your searches to identify […]

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How to Use Boolean Searches for Healthcare Recruiting

Boolean search for physician resumes

If you are in the medical staffing field, you know how hard it is to find great physicians and other healthcare professionals. Consider using Boolean searches in Google. You’ll find a whole new group of resumes.

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Are Your Affairs in Order?

Death and Dying and Getting Your Affairs in Order

Delivering horrible news never gets easier. The physician pauses with a tense hand on the door, takes a deep breath, and enters the patient’s room. A room full of hope and anticipation is displaced abruptly with fear and sadness. The diagnosis now revealed, and the patient and family step back in disbelief.

We will do everything we can to help you beat this but recommend that you get your affairs in order…

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