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Is this a job search, or a mid-life crisis?

Not long ago, I went through an “I should get a new job” phase. It wasn’t prompted by any specific dissatisfaction with my current position. I didn’t dislike my patient population or co-workers, and the work wasn’t bad– yet I […]

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Keywords are the Key to a Great Resume

Keywords are the Key to a Great Resume, bu Susan Gulliford

It seems like every day there is an article on the internet telling you what not to put in your resume. You understand that using general terms such as ‘detail-oriented’ or ‘hard worker’ is not advisable, but you are left […]

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New Grad RN Job Search, Reboot Recruiting Strategy, & Expanding Telemedicine

This blog post by Nacole Riccaboni offered some good tips for how newly graduated registered nurses can improve their resumes by emphasizing the experiences they have gained in training. Since you have no bedside nursing experience, your resume should be filled with nursing school experience […]

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Ethical Dilemmas in Nursing

Ethical Dilemmas in Nursing | Healthcare Career Resources

One of the many reasons you may have chosen a career in nursing was a desire to help people. Even though you want to provide the best care possible for your patients, sometimes there are gray areas. If you work […]

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Where does Complementary and Alternative Medicine Fit in US Healthcare?

Where does Complementary and Alternative Medicine Fit in US Healthcare, by Jack Isler M.D.

As a physician, some of my biggest disappointments have been with colleagues who could not visualize the benefit of going beyond the usual prescription medications or surgery as the only methods of treating a patient. Even after describing my successes, […]

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6 Steps to Re-entering the Healthcare Workforce

6 Steps to Re-entering the Healthcare Workforce, by Susan Gulliford CPRW

When most people think of a modern family, they envision a couple where both people work for financial reasons. However, the steep costs of childcare, along with the emotional angst of leaving kids cared for by others, results in many […]

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How I Ward Off Depression in Residency

How I Ward Off Depression in Residency, by Nora Ekeanya D.O.

“At least you took a shower today,” I thought, as I slowly put on my pajamas and climbed back into bed. A week had gone by since I last left my apartment, other than to attend some classes, and I’d […]

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Keys to a Successful Nursing Job Search

Keys to a Successful Nursing Job Search

Depending on what part of the country you live in, and your experience, it can be challenging to land the job you want. But like most things in life, the more you put into your job search, the better your […]

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Recruiting & Retaining Rural Physicians – Avoiding Job Posting Errors – Medicare Readmission Penalties

Allee Mead with Rural Health Information Hub interviews David Schmitz David Schmitz is the Chief Rural Officer and Program Director of RTTs at the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho as well as the co-creator of the Community Apgar Program, which is an […]

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Cognitive Bias and Antibiotic Overuse

Cognitive Bias and Antibiotic Overuse | Healthcare Career Resources Blog

Attempts to correct the problem of antibiotic overuse have typically revolved around education, with very little attention paid to psychology. A Google search for ‘antibiotic overuse’ brings up articles from the CDC and Mayo Clinic with titles like “Antibiotics: Misuse […]

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