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ZDogg MD – 7 Years (A Life in Medicine)

7 Years (A Life in Medicine), by ZDogg MD

Editors note: We’re back with another music video from the multi-talented ZDogg MD. This one is based on the original song, 7 Years, by Lukas Graham. Similar to that original, the song tells a story of growing up and growing older, but […]

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Quitting Twitter, Hosting Site Visits, & Bad Job Search Tips

Matt Charney of RecruitingDaily says Twitter is a waste of time for recruiters, and offers some compelling reasons for why this is so. Try to build a business case for increased spend based on these less publicized Twitter usage statistics, […]

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What to Expect – First Semester in Medical School

What to Expect – First Semester in Medical School | Healthcare Career Resources Blog

I gazed out of the window of the Cessna aircraft carrying a total of 3 passengers, thinking about how far I had come, and how far I had yet to go, while I struggled to keep my mind off of […]

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Knowledge About Malpractice Lawsuits Can Give You Some Peace

Knowledge About Malpractice Lawsuits Can Give You Some Peace | Healthcare Career Resources

About 50% of the time, the way medical practitioners deal with a patient is directed by their concerns about being sued. This may lead to a malpractice verdict. This thought process, whether conscious or unconscious, relates to practicing defensive medicine […]

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Healthcare Career Rounds – Best states for docs, Passive job seekers, more

SocialHire.com offered a blog post with five solid tips to help job seekers and employers know if they are working with a good recruiter, or not. 1. Listen more than they talk. Recruiters exist to match the best candidate and the […]

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Questions to Ask Yourself Before Switching Nursing Jobs

Questions to Ask Yourself Before Switching Nursing Jobs | Healthcare Career Resources Blog

Most people have moments (or entire days) when they just want to say, “I quit.” Maybe you have had it and have been fantasizing for a while about quitting your current position. In other cases, you’re feeling antsy, and you’re […]

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How to Stay Mentally Strong During USMLE Step 1 Preparation

Staying Mentally Strong for USMLE Step 1 Prep

One of the biggest challenges during the preparation for the Step 1 is staying positive and mentally strong. It sounds easy, “Yes! Stay positive!” but the anxiety, the fear of the unknown, and the expectations we place on ourselves have the power to put us in a downward spiral. Following are a few tips and pointers students should keep in mind that may help them with their fears and anxiety.

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Employed Physicians – The Choosers or the Chosen?

Employed Physicians - The Choosers or the Chosen? | Healthcare Career Resources

The migration of physicians from independent to employed positions has been an ongoing trend for several decades. According to the 2014 AMA’s Policy Research Perspectives, in 1983, as many as 76.1% of physicians owned medical practices. In addition, most of […]

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Get Off on the Right Foot – 6 Tips for Starting a New Job

6 Tips for Starting a New Job

As someone in the healthcare field, you might take advantage of the new job opportunities available. Consider these employment facts for February 2016: Hospitals added 11,000 jobs Ambulatory health services jobs increased by 24,000 Healthcare and social assistance led all […]

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