Travel Nursing Trends
The healthcare industry is booming, even in today’s lackluster economy. For a traveling RN, this means more opportunities for employment. Travel RN Gab says, “The demand for travel nursing jobs is on the rise. Health reform has resulted in 32 million more people having access to health care. The aging population is living longer, which requires more health services including home health care, dialysis, and hospice services.” A surplus of baby boomers in the warmer states and coastlines gives ample opportunity for a traveling RN to secure employment without having to worry about the harsher weather seen in states where snow is prevalent. Continue reading “Trends in Travel Nursing Jobs for 2013”
Career Tips for School Professionals
If you walk into a school today, the classrooms may look the same on the outside, but the focus within and around the world of education has changed dramatically. The schools that you grew up in are very different than those that people work in today. It is often a battle to keep up on the latest educational buzz words. As a school professional, it is important to remember some items in keys areas along the way. Continue reading “Career Tips for School Professionals”
Who would have thought that a $60 piece of software on a $250 piece of hardware would become a critical training tool for laparoscopic surgeons?
While you could argue this statement isn’t universally accepted (yet), a 2007 study into the relevance of video games as a training tool for traditional, laparoscopic, and robot-assisted surgery bears-out what anyone who became a physician during or after the advent of Pong, Space Invaders or Pacman already knew… Continue reading “Top 8 Video Games for Training Surgeons”
So close, but so far away – That’s probably the best way I’ve ever heard the second job interview summed-up: At this point, you’ve made your way past dozens, perhaps thousands of candidates to the next (maybe even final!) round of assessments for an hourly-wage job, a clinical role, or a high-responsibility executive job at a hospital, clinic, or health-related company. Continue reading “Nailing the Second Job Interview”
UK labour group workSMART recently celebrated the 10th annual “Work Your Proper Hours Day” which they encourage everyone on Earth to observe every 24th of February. That’s the date by which the average person would be done working for free if they put in all their unpaid overtime hours at once. Continue reading “Winning the Battle to Work the Hours You Were Hired For”
While you can’t actually “buy” progress, and infrastructure alone can’t create innovation, having a technologically advanced research base with ample facilities can definitely help facilitate breakthroughs.
With that in mind, here’s a spotlight on some of the most technologically-advanced schools for – or including – medical research, in four key categories:
Continue reading “The Most Technologically Advanced Schools in America”