Parents everywhere are cheering, kids are groaning, and teachers and school nurses are preparing themselves for another school year. It’s back to school time, and everyone is getting ready for what they hope to be a safe, healthy, and successful school year. While the process of preparing for the year is different in every school and district, here are some great tips to help you get your year off to a good start: Continue reading “Back to School Prep Tips for School Nurses”
In today’s opinionated, word-of-mouth driven society, patient satisfaction is a very important part of a health care experience. Patients are quick to share their experiences – good and bad – through review channels, social media sites, and simply by talking to their friends and neighbors. Those in the healthcare profession who work directly with patients should be aware of this as they interact and work to strengthen their “soft skills” to help make their care a little more personal. Continue reading “Nursing Soft Skills Are Crucial to Patient Satisfaction”
Interviewing for a new position within a new company can be a nerve wracking experience. Even if you’re going in knowing that you are a great fit for the position, it can sometimes be intimidating and you may walk away from the interview without finding out crucial information that will help you to determine if the company is a great fit for you. It’s important to make a list of questions that can help you decide if you’ll be happy in your new position, should you receive a job offer. Here are a few suggestions that can help you get started. Continue reading “Six Important Questions to Ask in Nursing Interviews”
Health and well-being is one of the most critical aspects of the educational system. Children who have regular access to healthcare have the ability to perform better in school and a greater chance at success in life. In many cases, that access to healthcare begins with their school nurse. For the past several years, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has made the recommendation that schools with a typical student body carry a nursing staff to student ratio of 1:750, while those facilities which serve students with more intense medical needs have a ratio of 1:225. Continue reading “AAP School Nurse Recommendation Changes”
There are close to 4 million nurses in the United States. And, chances are, each one has that special nursing moment he or she will never forget.
Think of your first, your current, or your last job as a nurse. What moment made a true impact on who you are today? For the third year in a row, we’re asking nurses to share their Special Nursing Moments with us in honor of National Nurses Week 2016.
By sharing your special moment in a comment below, you’ll be automatically entered to win a $100 SpaFinder gift certificate for some much needed me-time!
Soliant Health proudly celebrates National Nurses Week, May 6-12.
Heartwarming Soliant Special Nursing Moments from years past:
Last year, Cynthia was a perm nurse who was dissatisfied with her daily routine. She came across an interesting Facebook post by Andy Millete, a Soliant Nursing Recruiter, regarding an exciting opportunity. “I wanted to work at a hospital that would teach me how to be a nurse in Interventional Radiology,” Cynthia explained. She decided to take a chance and go for it. Andy told Cynthia about an available position in Kansas City, which raised some concern for the beach lover. “I wasn’t sure about going to the region, but once I got there it was so pretty,” Cynthia said.