The Soliant team is ecstatic to introduce our Campus Ambassador program. This program is an extraordinary opportunity for current college students to gain valuable recruiting experience while refining their communication skills and business acumen. Soliant Ambassadors are personable and professional, have an entrepreneurial mindset, and are social media savvy. Their primary duties are to act as the liaison between their University and Soliant to create awareness of our brand and ultimately refer candidates to our Talent team for screening and potential hiring for our Entry Level Healthcare Sales positions.
Would you want a robot dispensing drugs for you and your patients? Odds are, that’s long since been the case, to one extent or another:
Robotics have been used to help dispense medication in some pharmacies since the 1990s and robots for delivering medication have been used in hospitals for a decade.
And even before that, machines have been used for decades to count pills for dispensing – Such technology is now the standard in more than 30,000 pharmacies worldwide.
But will technology ever replace pharmacists completely? Continue reading “Pharmacy Automation: Will Pharmacists Be Replaced?”
In the world of nursing, job change is a regular path to promotion or at least getting out of an unsatisfactory situation. However, for whatever reason you have decided to leave your nursing job, it’s essential to have a positive exit strategy. Your last impression of your current job can impact your career prospects for years to come.
Some do it because it feels good to make others feel good. Some do it to expand their horizons. But not enough people do it. Why should you volunteer? Continue reading “Medical Volunteering: Why It’s Important & Why Every Medical Professional Should Do It”
As a graduate nurse, fresh out of school and just starting my nursing career, I believed nurses were not only health promoters and educators, but should also serve as examples of healthy living. Unfortunately, it did not take long to discover that many of the nurses I worked with were not living up to my expectations of that role. Several were smokers, some were very overweight, and some drank on a regular basis. Although I was striving to be healthy in those areas, I struggled with my own non-healthy habits of sleep deprivation and poor stress management skills. Continue reading “Should Nurses Be Role Models For Healthy Living?”
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 “The Second Job Interview: What To Expect and How To Prepare”