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How to Recognize “Job Spam” from Legitimate Job Offers

A can of actual spam represents the "job spam" that this article discusses

Recruiters can be very useful in navigating the job selection and hiring process, especially for newly graduated residents who are unfamiliar with the specificities of this next step. It is important to keep in mind that this is an industry, and to keep informed so as to avoid being taken advantage of along the way.

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What a Nurse Manager is Evaluating During Your Interview

A nursing resume with boxes checked for skills, experience, and education.

By focusing on what a nurse manager is likely to be evaluating, you can enhance your chances of getting the nursing job you want and succeeding in your nursing career.

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What Is A “Rock Star” Doctor?

A physician "rock star" takes a stroll on the beach with his guitar. The article discusses what is meant by the term "rock star" when it is applied to physicians and how doctors can become that type of physician

Many physicians possess some of these characteristics, but excellent physicians possess them all. Seamlessly integrating them into an excellent patient care experience is what makes you a rock star.

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7 Tips for Writing a Great Recommendation Letter

Vintage woman writes a letter of recommendation at a typewriter. The article offers 7 tips for writing a letter of recommendation

A member of your team asked you to write a letter of recommendation for her. While it is sad when a valued colleague moves on professionally, you want to showcase her talents in the most effective manner possible. However, you do not want to spend hours writing a recommendation letter for medical school or a new position.

There are several steps you can take to quickly write an effective letter of recommendation for someone pursuing a new position or graduate education.

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How to Leverage Social Media for Healthcare Recruitment

"Gone Viral" sign illustrates the power of social media and employer branding in healthcare recruitment

With up to 90% of physicians alone on social and professional media sites, healthcare institutions, large and small, should make their institution’s presence known.

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A Few Reasons to Be Excited About Healthcare in 2020

Emerging Healthcare Technologies to Be Excited About in 2020

The pace of innovation in healthcare would bring a quizzical smile to the forefathers of medicine. By living in the future, brilliant minds are radically altering all aspects of the medical arena in today’s world.

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Resident/Medical Student Burnout and How to Fight It

How to Recognize and Prevent Medical Student and Resident Physician Burnout

Articles describing physician burnout have dominated the medical reporting landscape recently. The problem is widespread, as many as 44% of physicians met the criteria for burnout in recent studies. The consequences are severe – physicians complete suicide at twice the rate of the general population. While this epidemic is being recognized in attending physicians, the roots of the epidemic have not been fully addressed. Often, by the time that physicians have been worn down to contemplating or attempting suicide, they have been dealing with burnout and depression for much longer. The roots of this current epidemic, and the key to effectively preventing it, lie in the medical training pipeline.

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Rural Recruitment: How to Identify and Mentor Rural Superstars

Attributes of All-star Rural Healthcare Providers

Learn more about the qualities to look for as you recruit and mentor Rural Superstars for your practice or hospital.

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A Little Job Search Advice for the New Grad Nurse

How New Nurses Can Find Their Niche

You’ve aced all your classes, walked across the stage, and passed the NCLEX. What a relief! Now you can relax. For about a minute. Because now comes the real work – getting out there and finding a job…

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How To Evaluate a Potential Career Change in Medicine

How Physicians Can Effectively Evaluate Potential Career Moves

Change is hard, but when done for the right reasons, it can be positively transformative.

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