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Communication: The Critical Accompaniment to Clinical Skills

Communication Concept

You have been trained to examine patients, obtain medical histories, order and perform diagnostic tests, interpret tests, and treat illnesses. You also counsel patients on how to take preventive measures and live healthy lifestyles. These clinical skills help you to […]

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“The Care of the Patient” – A Legacy

Francis W. Peabody MD

“One of the essential qualities of the clinician is interest in humanity, for the secret of the care of the patient is in caring for the patient.” Frances W. Peabody, MD, October 22, 1926 The quote which opens this blog […]

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Why a Career in Healthcare Is One of the Most Rewarding Jobs

Physician, nurses, and a therapist

When it comes to choosing a career, not many are more rewarding than the careers in the healthcare industry. The need for healthcare is increasingly becoming a demand, and given that the world is steadily evolving and changing, it shows […]

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I Try (To Be A Nurse) | Macy Gray Parody | ZDoggMD

Editors note:  We were happy to see ZDoggMD finally give nurses the respect they deserve in his new music video and wanted to share it here.  After you watch and listen, pay a visit to ZDoggMD’s blog, www.zddoggmd.com, if you want more […]

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Maintain Provider Credibility by Looking the Part

Work Life Balance - Healthy Weight for Healthcare Providers

Negative bias toward overweight and obesity saturates American society. Obese people are vulnerable to being stereotyped as lazy, undisciplined, intellectually inferior, and lacking in willpower. Prejudice and discrimination permeate the workplace and the media. Physicians and other health-care providers, whether […]

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Preventing Healthcare Worker Burnout

nurse burnout, physician burnout, healthcare burnout

One of the reasons why someone may choose healthcare as a career is his or her desire to help people. Although working in the medical field can be gratifying, it can also present some challenges unique to caregiving. Whether you […]

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Top Reasons Physician Candidates Don’t Get Contacted

job search rejection

Lack of Board Certification Being board certified is increasingly more important for physicians today than it was 15 or 20 years ago. The advancements in technology and changes in best practices for treatment and diagnosis are moving at a very […]

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Career Options for International Medical Graduates

medical research

The Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG), through its program of certification, assesses whether physicians graduating from medical schools outside the US are ready to enter programs of graduate medical education in the United States (http://www.ecfmg.org/forms/certfact.pdf). The examination requirements […]

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Turn Your Clinical Rotation Into a Nursing Job

nurse, nurses

It can be tough to land your first nursing job. According to the National League for Nursing,“the economic recession has flooded the RN market with experienced nurses who were retired, planning to retire, or went from part-time to full-time employment. […]

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What to Do When a Patient Threatens to Sue

Patients on one side, lawyers on the other

Most people choose a career in medicine because they enjoy caring for others. Even with the best of intentions, things can go wrong. As a result, a patient may become angry and threaten to sue. It is an all too […]

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