medical organization tipsWhether you are still in school, you are just finishing up your education, or are moving into a new field, you may be looking for help and resources to grow and develop as a medical professional. While schools and work may provide some resources and connections that can help you to network and increase your potential, professional organizations offer great opportunities to their members to learn and grow as they navigate their chosen field of medicine. [click to continue…]

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better communication medicineHow many times have you sat in a lecture hall, struggling to pay attention and focus on the very important, yet very boring and technical information being shared by a professor or presenter? How many times have you sat, riveted in your seat, hanging on every word of someone who is sharing a well-told case study for grand rounds? When it comes to communication in medicine, often the information that needs to be communicated to physicians, office staff, and patients isn’t the most interesting, so finding ways to share key points in a way that holds the attention of the recipient can be a challenge. [click to continue…]

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Choosing Nursing – a Nurses Week Special

by Jeremy Winograd on May 5, 2017

nurses week choosing nursingHappy National Nurses Week! While the public’s understanding of just how difficult and important nurses’ jobs can be—along with their trust in nurses—has deepened in recent years and decades, some misconceptions and stereotypes remain. Sadly, there are still those who look down on nurses as aspiring doctors who simply weren’t smart enough to get into med school. This pernicious idea should have died long ago, as it is directly contradicted by the fact that the nursing profession is populated mostly by medically brilliant folks who deliberately chose to become nurses instead of doctors strictly because they decided it was the best field for them. There are any number of reasons why they might make this decision (no, “to meet a nice doctor to marry” is absolutely not one of them – get outta here with your ‘50s patriarchal nonsense). Here are a few common ones. [click to continue…]

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medical resume tipsWhen searching for the perfect job, presenting yourself in a way that is appealing to potential employers is absolutely critical. You want to stand out above other medical professionals with your strengths and achievements front and center to land yourself on the short list for your dream job. So what do you need to include on your resume as a medical professional, and how do you get recruiters and employers to take notice? Here are six important things that you should do when putting together your medical resume: [click to continue…]

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Great Apps for Travel Nurses

by Soliant Health on April 25, 2017

travel nursing appsWhen you’re on the road and exploring new places as a travel nurse, you’ll want to have quick access to the best information about your home away from home, plus easy ways to keep track of work-related expenses, and a portable way to access career-related information while on the job. We’ve pulled together a list of some great apps that travel nurses will find useful and that will simplify life on the road. [click to continue…]

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patient engagement softwareTechnology has made its way into everyone’s home and business, and there is no exception for the health care industry. With cutting edge technology changing the way that we diagnose patients, the health care industry as a whole is embracing new tech with open arms. Patient engagement software is just one way that physicians and other medical professionals can use technology to improve the level of patient care and make office visits more efficient. Here are four ways that patient engagement software might be able to take your office’s performance to the next level. [click to continue…]

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