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Tips for Surviving Shift Work in Medicine

Surviving Shift Work as a Physician

Flipping between night and day shifts is like being perpetually jet lagged. You’re irritable, tired, hungry, and confused. But if you’re a physician, it’s a feeling you’re accustomed to…

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How Emerging Technologies Are Shaping the Future of Healthcare

How Emerging Technologies Are Shaping the Future of Healthcare

Imagine a world where complex health issues can be solved or prevented with relative ease. As lifespan increases, technology innovators race to outpace the growing demands of the planet’s expanding population.  Medical technology companies create faster, more, and less expensive answers to patient care needs. Engineering and science have converged, making medical practice easier for physicians, more effective for patients, and less costly to the system struggling to hold it all up…

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Recruitment from Unlikely Sources: Exit Interviews

Exit Interviews as an Employee Retention Tool

Exit interviews may not top the list of HR’s ‘fun things to do,’ but the potential information and opportunities these meetings hold cannot be over emphasized. Take the time to perform them: act on the information you find, and keep the door open for future rehires of top talent.

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Important Questions Providers Should Ask During Job Interviews

Questions Doctors & Advanced Practitioners Should Ask During a Job Interview

Your questions of the interviewer will indicate your genuine interest in the position. They are a vital part of the interview. The following questions were recommended by physicians as especially helpful for gaining insight into the workings and culture of the setting that you may consider joining.

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Mergers & Acquisitions: Blending for Success

The Role of Human Resources in Mergers & Acquisitions

Merger and acquisitions, in Health Care especially, are not going anywhere anytime soon. As laws and regulations continually change and strengthen within the industry, more and more companies will use this tactic to remain successful. However, a merger or acquisition cannot be successful without due diligence, open and honest communication, and the appropriate blending of the two organizations’ cultures.

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How Nurses Can Prevent Injuries and Keep Their Backs Healthy

How Nurses Can Prevent on the Job Injuries

Although caring for your patients is usually your first thought, don’t neglect your own well-being. Injuries will not only interfere with your career, but an injury can also adversely affect your entire life. Take precautions and be diligent about protecting yourself from injuries. Remember, taking care of yourself helps you to be there for your patients.

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Six Ways Healthcare Employers Can Support Working Mothers

Six Ways Healthcare Providers Can Support Working Mothers

Healthcare employers may be in a unique position to offer some of the support and services working mothers need. Here are 6 ways healthcare providers can help.

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Why You Should Take a Second Look at Healthcare Job Boards

Why You Should Begin Your Healthcare Job Search with HospitalRecruiting.com

…On the other hand, when you apply to a job via a job board, you show that you’ve put some thought and commitment into choosing it. Additionally, you will be able to tailor your CV and cover letter to that position, showcasing your sincere desire to pursue and accept the job. As some recruited applicants who only review the opportunity after being presented may not follow through, this gives the employer more security that you genuinely want the job…

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What Emergency Medicine Physicians Want from Recruiters

What ER Doctors Want from Recruiters

It’s time to get over the antagonistic relationship a lot of doctors have with recruiters and get to a point where we can help each other.

Ultimately, it can only benefit us both to have higher quality interactions…

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