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How You Can Support Healthcare Workers During the Covid-19 Outbreak

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While many are staying home and working remotely, healthcare staff and supportive services have no choice but to work in the field. For those wanting to show support, the following is a comprehensive list of ways to help during this challenging time…

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Nurses, Lack of PPE, and Covid-19

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Look back in history, and you’ll surely find that during every tragedy, war, or disaster, nurses were on the front lines.

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Physician Workplace Preferences: Trending Toward Large Practices

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A new study from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health and Harvard researchers examined physician turnover, and where doctors are migrating when they change jobs or begin their career. The trend toward larger practices, mostly owned by hospital systems, is revealed by the data.

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Is a Hospital-Employed Practice the Right Choice for You?

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Choosing your next physician job takes a bit of groundwork to make sure it’s the right fit. Don’t overlook the practice type when choosing a position— it can affect all areas of your work life, from the practice culture, your ability to provide quality care, and how your work is valued.

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10 Ways AI Boosts Healthcare Recruitment

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The role of technology is advancing in healthcare for patient-centric tasks. But intelligent tools are also making it easier to recruit, screen, and fill jobs more quickly. AI can take on rote tasks and complex ones, freeing recruiters to spend time on more important tasks. The following are the top ten ways that artificial intelligence boosts healthcare recruiting.

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Provider Perspective: Is Rural Practice the Right Fit for Me?

A rural primary care physician is having an appointment with a young female patient.

Rural health care is in the national spotlight, so there’s no better time to separate facts from fiction as health professionals start job searches and careers.  Too often new health professionals have limited exposure to rural practice, so let’s set the record straight.

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The Doctor Is In?

A person searches the internet for the definition of "doctor" wondering if NPs and PAs are also included

In the present day, Doctors of Nursing Practice and Doctors of Medical Science are suggesting that there may be a better way to train high-level healthcare providers, or at least an alternative one. Maybe one day, those with a DNP or DMS will be considered full-fledged physicians by all–it only took DOs about 80 years.

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Before you Click “Send” – Social Media Pitfalls for Healthcare Providers

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You’ll never regret cultivating and practicing self-restraint with social media. You’ll enjoy making fewer messes to clean up – and you know things are never quite the same, no matter how hard you scrub.

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Talents You Can Exploit – How Health Care Professionals Can Capitalize on Soft Skills

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Healthcare professionals have a solid core of soft skills that go ignored, unrecognized, or minimized when contemplating a career shift. It’s these very skills that can propel open-minded seekers into the spotlight of hiring managers, startup founders, and fellow entrepreneurs.

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Motivational Interviewing for Physician Recruitment

A hand and marker write the text, "motivational interviewing." The article discusses how concepts of motivational interviewing can be incorporated and can benefit physician recruitment

Using the framework of motivational interviewing, recruiters can take the guess work out of interviewing and develop more meaningful assessments of candidates to better align them with opportunities, practice culture, and communities.

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