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Careers in Healthcare

Nurses are the Most Trusted Professionals in America…Again

by Jeremy Winograd on February 14, 2017

trustworthy nurseIt doesn’t take an MD to recognize that the United States has been engaged in rancorous debate over its healthcare system for the last several years. Disputes over the benefits and deficiencies of the Affordable Care Act, the law’s potential repeal, rising drug prices, and other flashpoints have dominated the country’s political landscape. Given this highly charged environment, one might expect doctors and nurses to bear at least some of the brunt of Americans’ apparent frustration with their healthcare system. [click to continue…]

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medical conferenceConference season is coming up, and you may be trying to decide whether attending a professional conference is something that you should invest your time and money in.  Though not every conference is a good investment, there are several reasons that you should find quality medical conferences and attend them regularly. The benefits of attending conferences are far reaching and can help you to improve your performance and better serve your patients. Here are just a few great reasons you should make plans to attend a professional conference this year. [click to continue…]

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Tips for Taking Time Off

by Jeremy Winograd on January 17, 2017

tips for taking time offAs a healthcare professional, you are well aware that it takes a certain tirelessness just to keep up with, much less excel at, everything your job demands. Between managing patients, tasks, and the odd crisis, the work never seems to end. It’s this very nature of the field that means you will eventually need to take some time off to maintain your health and sanity, whether it’s for a long-awaited exotic vacation with your significant other or to spend a few days in bed recovering from a case of stress-induced pneumonia you caught after pulling 49 straight overnight shifts. When the time does come, don’t just clock out and take off running for the hills without warning. Here are a few tips to help you ensure everything continues running smoothly in your absence while you’re off relaxing. [click to continue…]

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Keys to Effective Feedback and Truly Constructive Criticism

by Soliant Health on January 10, 2017

constructive criticismIn a medical environment, providing constructive feedback to those under your supervision can mean the difference between life and death in some situations. No one enjoys being told that they are doing something wrong or getting “caught in the act” when they’re using shortcuts or practices that are against policy; however, providing feedback and corrective criticism doesn’t have to be an unpleasant experience. Here are a few key tips that will help you to give feedback that is heard clearly and more likely to be acted upon. [click to continue…]

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Five New Year’s Resolutions for Medical Professionals

by Soliant Health on January 3, 2017

New-Years-Resolutions-medical-professionalsWelcome to 2017! We have a fresh, new start to the year, and it’s filled with opportunities to improve ourselves, hone our professional abilities, and have a little fun. You might have already made a list of resolutions that include the old standbys of losing weight, eating healthier, or saving more money, but it’s a perfect time to start on the way to achieving new professional goals or creating good work habits with some extra resolutions. Here are a few easy ideas that can help you make 2017 a successful new year in your professional life. [click to continue…]

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psychiatric nurseIn the United States, it’s estimated that approximately 1 in 5 adults handles some sort of mental health problem each year. Yes, you read that correctly – 42.5 million Americans are faced with mental health issues. Unfortunately, there is a serious shortage of psychiatrists and psychiatric nurses in the country as many people are a bit uncomfortable about working in this field. It definitely takes a special person to be a nurse in the mental health care sector but if it’s something that you’re interested in, the need is dire. If you are considering a career in psychiatric nursing, here are some of the key things that you should consider. [click to continue…]

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