Why You Should Be Willing to Relocate as a Nurse

Have you ever considered relocating for your nursing job? You may think it’s a hassle to suspend your life and move on a whim to another place, but it could be seriously beneficial to your nursing career. People in other industries move frequently for great opportunities, so why shouldn’t that be the case with nurses… Read more »

How to Deal With Nurses Not Getting Along With Each Other

It’s a simple fact of human nature. Some people get along, some people don’t. There are even degrees of our ability to get along. You may not like someone, but you may be able to deal with them in the workplace because your work depends on it. But sometimes, there are two people who can’t… Read more »

4 Tips for Nurse Managers to Fix a Business Problem

A nurse manager wears a lot of hats. Not only are you the direct line from your nursing staff to the organization but also the first defense to upper management regarding concerns, questions, or activities on the floor that impact business. It’s often a fine balancing act between the two. Doing what’s right for your… Read more »

Certification Guide for Medical Assistants

Are you thinking about a career change in 2019? Maybe you’re looking at the possibility of becoming a certified medical assistant? What do you need to know before you can start the process of applying for jobs in this arena? A medical assistant generally works in a private doctor office setting and assists the physician… Read more »

Nurse Networking Tips: A Guide to Success

They say that everyone should improve their networking skills. But is networking really worth it for nurses? There are a variety of ways you can increase your networking experience and grow your career in the future. If you want to participate in networking opportunities but want to make sure you’re maximizing your rate of success,… Read more »

What Do the Best Healthcare Recruiters Do?

When you’re deciding to work with a medical staffing company, how do you pick the right recruiter for the job? And how do you know they’re going to be placing the top candidates in your position? There are some key behaviors all successful recruiters share, so it’s great for hiring managers to know and understand… Read more »

A Proven Way to Increase Your Chances at Getting the Interview for the Nursing Job You Want

If you’re ready to venture out on your own and interview for a great nursing job, it doesn’t hurt to have a better understanding of what it is that hospitals and clinics are looking for in healthcare professionals. In order to improve your chances of getting an interview for that job you want, it’s helpful… Read more »

Preparation – What’s the Right Amount for Your Next Job Search?

If you’ve been in the job market at all in the last few years, you know that experts recommend you prepare for your upcoming interview. What do they mean by that? Preparation is equal parts research and personal attitude. But how in-depth should you get before your next interview? Here are some tips to get… Read more »

Texting – How Can It Be a Part of Your Healthcare Job Search?

Texting has become a ubiquitous part of our culture. Everyone seems to have a smartphone in hand and people across all generations are embracing texting over phone calls. But can texting be an important part of your healthcare job search? And, if it is effective, how can you make sure you’re using it to its… Read more »

Keeping Telehealth Services on the Long-Term Road Map

You’ve probably read a lot about telehealth services. The idea is that regular people can have access to medical professionals online without ever stepping foot in an office. They can get a simple diagnosis for easy to treat concerns. Many organizations are pushing toward it to provide on-demand healthcare experiences to consumers. It’s also beneficial… Read more »