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    Make a Healthy Difference by Volunteering Abroad

    Make a Healthy Difference by Volunteering Abroad
    Have you ever considered lending a helping hand abroad? As a healthcare professional, you can make a dramatic difference in the lives of people all over the world by volunteering with an international health organization. Whether you choose to join a two-week surgical mission or a two-year health education campaign, your experience is likely to be memorable. Here's a rundown of ...
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    Healthcare Workers Make a Difference as Summer Camp Volunteers

    Healthcare Workers Make a Difference as Summer Camp Volunteers
    While some people might be looking forward to a cruise or family trip this summer, many healthcare professionals plan to use their time off to volunteer their expertise at medically supervised summer camps that serve children and adults with medical conditions ranging from asthma to AIDS. These camps, typically held over the course of a week or weekend, rely on nurses, ...
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    Free Business Cards for NursingLink Members!

    Free Business Cards for NursingLink Members!
    NursingLink has partnered with VistaPrint to provide free business cards to all of our members. You can pick from a library of templates, choose the contact information you want to include and have your business cards delivered in just a few days! Printing is free! You pay only for shipping and processing.
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    Q & A Legal Issues with Elizabeth Rudolph

    Q & A Legal Issues with Elizabeth Rudolph
    NOTE: The information in this column is not to be construed as legal advice. Please see an attorney if you need legal assistance. This is for informational purposes only. Q: As a nurse, what is the single, most important legal issue I must be aware of as I take care of my patients? A: Today's nurse must manage complex situations both ...
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    Personal Beliefs Can Pit Healthcare Workers Against Patients

    Personal Beliefs Can Pit Healthcare Workers Against Patients
    An EMT instructed to transport a woman to an abortion clinic declines, citing personal beliefs. A nurse ordered to administer a large dose of morphine to a terminal cancer patient in pain refuses, saying the medication could hasten death. A physician turns away a gay patient, apparently on the basis of his sexual orientation. Are these scenarios examples of healthcare workers ...
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    Surviving Workforce Reorganization

    Surviving Workforce Reorganization
    Over the past several months there have been murmurs of budget problems at your facility. You are not overly concerned, having survived hard times in the past. The department director has requested a meeting with you for this afternoon. Upon entering the conference room, you are greeted by your director and the manager of human resources. There is a stack of ...
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    How to Evaluate a Nursing Job Offer

    How to Evaluate a Nursing Job Offer
    If you're a graduating or practicing nurse, there's good news: The U.S. nursing shortage means healthcare employers are offering nurses all sorts of interesting lures to work for them. For those fortunate enough to have more than one offer to consider, how do you pick the best one -- the job that will provide the compensation you're looking for, as well ...
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    Comprehensive Nurse Salary Guide

    Comprehensive Nurse Salary Guide
    Nursing can be a thankless job, so why not make the most of a career in education by obtaining the highest salary possible? NursingLink has complied a comprehensive salary guide to help our members find both the right education-related job and location to match your salary expectations. Our guide consists of the best states to be a nurse, states with the ...
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    Health Care Resume Tips

    Health Care Resume Tips
    Health care has undergone significant changes in the past 20 years, and health care organizations are increasingly sensitive to cost control and productivity. Funding sources for both public and private health care organizations have cut back reimbursement and allowable expenses. Your resume must reflect an understanding of these changes. It must show evidence of skills, experience, a commitment to quality, and ...
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    The Need for Nurse Experts

    The Need for Nurse Experts
    As the fields of nursing and medicine become more demanding, the number of medical and nursing malpractice lawsuits are on the rise. As a result, the need for nurse experts to help with these lawsuits is becoming equally more demanding. In many states, medical malpractice cases require the use of expert witnesses. This includes nurse experts. Often called legal nurse consultants, ...
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    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Los Angeles

    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Los Angeles
    True to its Hollywood and entertainment roots, it's the city where the healthcare facilities and schools feature stars' names- for example, the Steven Spielberg Pediatric Research Center and the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. And it¹s a city of great clinical research substance where breakthroughs happen - from the first heart-lung transplant in 1988 to the current promising research ...
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    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: New York City

    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: New York City
    New York, New York ¬ it¹s a city so famous for finance and business, it may come as something of a surprise to learn that, like most big cities in America, the number one employer is healthcare. While Wall Street¹s presence is felt here, for instance in the name of one of the biggest hospitals, Morgan Stanley Children¹s Hospital, the city ...
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    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Boston

    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Boston
    Boston¹s brainiac tradition, both in education and in medicine, is leading the city to seek its 21st century fortune not in tea but in tech -­ as in medtech and biotech. Typical are companies like Palomar Medical Technologies, which makes cosmetic lasers, and Aspect Medical Systems, which makes brain monitoring systems. Both make products that are ultra nouveau. Boston has not ...
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    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Atlanta

    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Atlanta
    Poster child for the southern boom, Atlanta, the third fastest growing city, has grown from Southern belle to belle of the ball, doubling its population in the last 20 years and becoming a growing international business center that¹s expected to grow another 20% by 2012. Once the center of the malaria zone, Atlanta is home to the nearby federal government¹s world-famous ...
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    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Washinton, DC

    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Washinton, DC
    From policy wonks to insurance lobbyists, DC is home base for political power brokers. They hand out the money - at the National Institute of Health,, the National Cancer Institute and National Science Foundaiton - and regulate and enforce health legislation - at the Food and Drug Administration, for example. If you¹re interested in healthcare lobbying, - for for-profit or nonprofits ...
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    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Miami

    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Miami
    It¹s the city famous for bikinis, beaches, Cubans, retirees and the South Beach Diet. This vibrant Caribbean hub is also home to new immigrants -­ more than 50% of the population is foreign born, the only county in the country with this distinction. In this international community, you¹ll find immigrants from Mexico and Jamaica, Colombia and Cuba along with the latest ...
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    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Houston

    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Houston
    They say everything¹s bigger in Texas, so Houston¹s Texas-sized growth rate is right on the mark. The 8th fastest growing city in America, Houston's projected to grow 20% between 2007 and 2012. Houston¹s healthcare circles feature the larger than life. Heart surgeon Michael DeBakey, 99, pioneered the coronary bypass surgery, receiving a 2008 Congressional Gold Medal. Methodist Hospital's ranked one of ...
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    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Philadelphia

    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Philadelphia
    Philadelphia is famous for those founding fathers, so is it any surprise the largest employer is named for Thomas Jefferson? In that same vein, in 1830, John K. Smith opened his first pharmacy in Philadelphia. Now, 178 years later, that¹s become GlaxoSmithKline, the second largest pharma giant (after Pfizer) in the world. In the Poconos mountains north of Philadelphia, you'll find ...
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    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Dallas

    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Dallas
    Famous for its cotton history, its oil men, the TV series that bears its name, and the Dallas Cowboys (and their cheerleaders), Dallas¹ latest claim to fame is as "telecom corridor." Its health industry is equally modern and forward-looking. UT Southwestern is the healthcare education and research engine of this powerhouse community, rising from Army shacks to a world-class institution with ...
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    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Chicago

    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Chicago
    Home to the headquarters of the powerful American Medical Association (AMA), the country¹s largest physician organization, Chicago is a healthcare powerhouse. Located here are top-rated University of Chicago Medical Center, a Best Hospital, with more than 8 Nobel Prize winners (in Medicine). Last year, Time magazine ranked the discovery that male circumcision reduced AIDS transmission 51% as the top medical breakthrough ...
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