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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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The Healthcare Worker’s Furlough Survival Toolkit

3D rendering, coronavirus cells

The US Healthcare sector has been upended by the nationwide spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Existing provider shortages are amplified as hospitals reach capacity to treat the sickest patients. On the opposite end of the spectrum, more than 43,000 US healthcare professionals and support staff have been furloughed as hospitals scale down or discontinue some service line… Adapt a concrete plan with some cognitive shifts to get through the next days and weeks of furlough.

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How to Prevent and Resolve Difficult Patient Encounters

How to Handle Challenging Patient Encounters

Having difficult patient encounters is often part of the job when you work in healthcare. Whether it’s helping a grieving family member or defusing an angry patient, your finesse in dealing with these challenging encounters makes a difference in the lives of the people you care for.

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Ten Ways to Be a Better Coworker

How to Be a Better Coworker

Your coworkers can make all the difference in how well you like going to work. Even if you love the job, if relationships with colleagues are weak, it can make you dread your next shift. Positive relationships with coworkers are essential for the following reasons…

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Embracing the Change of a New Job

Embracing the Positives of a Career Change

Changing jobs can be a source of anxiety and stress, but it can also be a time to reflect, set new goals or even an entirely new direction.

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What to Expect and How to Succeed in Your Phone Interview

Phone Interviews: What to Expect and How to Succeed

Phone interviews are an integral part of any interview process after an application and resume have been submitted to a medical institution or clinic. The phone interview is generally the first step after a thorough review of any application materials and resume/CV. It is used as a screening tool to decide if further interviews will be offered.

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Practice Interviews: Getting Ready for Success

Practice Interviewing for Confidence and Success

Practice interviews are a great way to prepare to meet with a potential employer. When you consider the impression you want to make, do your homework and practice your interview responses; then you’ll be ready to show any recruiter that you’re the right fit for the job and the institution.

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5 Tips to Choose the Right Healthcare Recruiter

How to Identify a Good Healthcare Recruiter

Every single healthcare professional seeking out a travel or permanent position has different needs, skills, credentials, experience, etc. How flexible is your potential recruiter with your needs? Is he willing to listen and do his best to meet all of your requirements for your next travel or permanent job? A good recruiter will flex with you and go out of his way to see that your expectations are met.

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The Gender Pay Gap and What You Can Do About It

The Gender Pay Gap

Women have made great strides toward equality with men in both their personal and their professional lives. There is, however, a glaring lack of action and change in a critical area – pay. Using data from 2017, the federal government reports that the median annual pay of women who work full time is 20 percent less than the median annual pay of men who work full time. That means that for every dollar a man is paid, a woman is paid only 80 cents.

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How to Receive a Fair Salary

How to Negotiate a Fair Salary

It’s time to look for a new job. That could mean you’ve finally earned your degree and been certified, or you’re relocating, or you just don’t see a way to grow in your current job. There are a lot of unknowns inherent to seeking a new job. Where? Why? When? You can never completely know everything there is to know about a company, no matter how thorough you research a position. Some fields are becoming so crowded that you may not have much choice, and the job chooses you. Whatever the case, compensation must be discussed – no one’s favorite task of coming on board a new company.

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