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How Nurses Can Avoid Common Missteps in the Hiring Process

Why Nurses Don't Get Hired

By focusing on some key areas during the application and interview process, you can avoid some common pitfalls and significantly increase your chances of getting hired.

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Survival Tips for the New Nurse: You Can Do This!

Top 5 Survival Tips for New Nurses

Well you made it through nursing school. Congrats! That is a huge accomplishment. Whether your NCLEX exam is behind you or still in progress, you are on your way! Here are some tips to help you be successful for the long haul.

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Top 10 Healthcare Jobs – That Don’t Require a Doctorate Degree

High Paying and Fast Growing Healthcare Careers That Don't Require a Doctorate Degree

Healthcare is hiring, and you do not necessarily need an MD or Ph.D. to find a challenging career with competitive pay. There are many positions that require less education but still offer a substantial annual wage with job growth.

The following is a list of 10 top healthcare jobs predicted to see high rates of job growth over the next ten years…

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Nurse Practitioner Specialties Explained

Advance Practice Nurse Specialties

When considering a career as a nurse practitioner, it is important to envision what you would most like to be doing and what population you are most interested or enjoy. Whatever your area of preference is, you may or may not need a specialty certification. But even for areas where the certification is not necessary, obtaining a specialized degree does make you the most marketable for the position and allows you to provide top of the line care and practice to the fullest extent of your education.

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Providing Comfort While Avoiding Conversational Narcissism

What to Say to Family When Their Loved One is Dying or Had Died

Death is an unavoidable. Whether you experience it at work or at home, you’ll need to be ready for how you’ll react. Practice. Memorize. Prepare yourself. When the time comes, you’ll be a great comfort to the family of your patient and know that you’ve done the right thing.

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5 Tips on How to Succeed as a New Nurse

How to Succeed as a New Nurse

Starting your first nursing job may seem overwhelming. You have finished one of the most difficult undergraduate educations that exists, but starting to put what you have learned into practice presents a whole new set of difficulties. Thankfully, there are several things that you can do that will help you to not only survive, but to thrive in your first year as a new nurse…

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Is Nursing Leadership Right for You?

Characteristics of Successful Nurse Leaders

No matter where you see yourself in the spectrum of nurse leadership, it’s critical that you understand a few of the qualities that successful nurse leaders possess. Here are a few characteristics of successful nurse leaders that will help you decide if nursing leadership may be a good fit.

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Work Less and Get Paid More! How Nurses Can Maximize Their Working Hours

Here is How Nurses Can Work Less and Earn More Money

Work less and get paid more? Isn’t that everyone’s dream? Well, thanks to a nursing shortage with no apparent end in sight, that dream can very much be reality.

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The Importance of Effective Communication in Healthcare

How to Improve Communication in Healthcare

By using tools and techniques such as SBAR and making changes to hospital communication culture providers can improve communication skills to deliver safer and better patient care.

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Vacation Planning For Healthcare Professionals: Yes, It’s Possible

How Healthcare Professionals Can Plan and Enjoy Vacation Time

When it comes to downtime, healthcare practitioners typically worry more about their patients than themselves. Suggesting a patient take some time to recover and recharge may be standard; but healthcare workers rarely take their own advice.

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