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Why You Should Network With Recruiters BEFORE You Graduate

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Regardless of the “shortage” of healthcare workers, finding a position that is right for you can still be quite a challenge. Don’t wait until you’re competing with so many others. Get ahead of the game, network and build relationships now.

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How to Tell if a Hospital’s Culture is a Good Fit for You

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Culture is the unmeasurable experience of being there day to day.

Fortunately, unmeasurable doesn’t mean undiscoverable. You can gain insight into the culture of a prospective workplace before you sign a contract by implementing the following strategies.

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Pros and Cons of Traveling Healthcare Jobs During the Pandemic

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There are both significant benefits and significant risks with taking travel healthcare jobs, especially so in the midst of a pandemic, and healthcare professionals should weigh these risk before deciding if a travel job is right for them.

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Healthcare Workers and Vaccines: What you Need to Know

A healthcare provider prepares a vaccine injection

At times, vaccines can become a controversial topic. People often have strong opinions about where protecting society as a whole stops and an individual’s rights start. With COVID-19 in the news and the potential for a vaccine, the topic is not going away any time soon…

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ZdoggMD – Waiting On The World To Change

“If we fight this fight together, we could change the world forever.” 

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Essential Tools for Working in Telemedicine

A female physician working in telemedicine

While many are anxious to return to the typical work setting, the new normal has a fantastic potential for those who are equipped with the right tools and mindset to be efficient and productive.

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The Secret Perks of Night Shifts

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For those of us who dread night shifts, find them disruptive, and resent the people who schedule us—we need to learn from those who do it by choice. Medicine is a 24/7 industry that we signed up for. By adopting the philosophy of night workers, we can change our perspective and maybe enjoy our night experiences a little more.

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Healthcare Providers: How to Deal With a Mistake at Work

A group of healthcare providers discussing a recent error in patient care.

The key, when you do make an error, is how you respond to your mistake, as this often has more of an impact on those around you and their perception of you than the mistake itself.

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Healthcare Recruiter and Candidate Boot Camp: Communication 101

Kids play "telephone" symbolizing communication problems that can occur during a job search or hiring effort

Recruiter/candidate miscommunication is usually due to shifts in priorities, inattention to detail, or adding a third person into the lines of communication. Most of the time miscommunication is not intentionally hurtful or rude. Use the right communication tools at the right time. Your method of communication should help – not hinder – the context and intent of your message…

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Anxiety Management Through COVID-19’s Second Wave

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Maybe you are a healthcare provider on the frontlines of COVID-19. Maybe you are a young mom watching as decisions are made about school reopening in the fall. Whatever your specific life circumstance, you are not immune to the anxiety that comes along with such unsettled times. With calm, focus, and armed with the facts, we can face the future together with a more settled heart and mind.

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