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    6 Ways Nurses Can Solve Patient Care Problems

    Nurses see patients and their families at their worst. Stress felt by the patients because of their illness or injury – or of not knowing what is wrong – can make the most gentle people act out in ways they normally wouldn’t. Since a nurse’s role is to help patients, part of this is helping the patient have a better experience ...
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    6 Myths About Job Hunting During a Recession

    6 Myths About Job Hunting During a Recession
    By Cherie Berkley The job market is tight. Competition is stiff. But, if you are one of the thousands tasked with getting a new job in this poor economy, all is not lost. Hopefully, you can move more quickly from the unemployment line to a job offer once you get past these six common myths about job-hunting during a recession. Myth ...
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    4 Simple Tax Tips for Nurses

    4 Simple Tax Tips for Nurses
    Most nurses do a good job at taking care of others but can sometimes neglect themselves. Tax season can be one of those times. So it’s important to take some time to think about what you need to file your taxes on time and whether you’re going to need help in getting them filed. Here is a general guideline to help ...
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    The Art of Persuasion in Your Job Search

    The Art of Persuasion in Your Job Search
    Persuasion is a subtle art--brute force doesn't often work well. And this is especially true for a job seeker, who is using interviewing skills and a resume to try to persuade hiring managers and recruiters to hand over something that a lot of people are competing for (that great new job). Here are some persuasion tricks and techniques you can use ...
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    Research Pharmacy Career Profile

    Research Pharmacy Career Profile
    Sometimes a research pharmacist works in research for pharmaceutical manufacturers. In this role, they work on developing new drugs and then test their various effects through lab trials. Other research pharmacists work for health insurance companies and create pharmacy benefit packages while conducting cost-benefit analyses on myriad drugs. A research pharmacist can also work in marketing and sales, providing expertise for ...
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    9 Health Care Career Mistakes to Avoid

    9 Health Care Career Mistakes to Avoid
    Your day is already full juggling budget cuts, staffing demands, regulatory requirements and reimbursement issues. Your patients are older and sicker than ever before and their procedures are more complex. The staff needs an in-service on a new piece of equipment that the surgeon wants to use tomorrow. Who has time to plan a career? Is there a trend or event ...
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    7 Presentation Tips for Healthcare Professionals

    7 Presentation Tips for Healthcare Professionals
    The big day has finally arrived! You are an audience member at your profession’s annual conference. The next presentation is on your subject of expertise and you are excited about the opportunity to learn something new. The anticipation builds as you listen to the expert’s introduction. The speaker has credentials and initials a mile long. You are ready to be dazzled. ...
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    Make the Right Impression with Business Cards

    Make the Right Impression with Business Cards
    Take a look the next time you see two professional people meet each other for the first time. Chances are, they’ll shake hands and exchange business cards. Each hands the other her card, looks it over, and gets on with the conversation or business at hand. If you’re like most nurses, you probably don’t have a business card. But every professional ...
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    FAQs About Nurse Resumes

    FAQs About Nurse Resumes
    Q: I’ve been told my resume should be only one page. Is that true? A: No, not for nurses. By the time you list your experience, your education, your licenses and certifications, you are already on two pages, even with limited experience. Two pages is perfectly acceptable. Don't go any longer than that, though, unless you have extensive high-level and unusual ...
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    Resume vs. CV - What’s the Difference?

    Resume vs. CV - What’s the Difference?
    Although many people use the terms “resume” and “CV” (curriculum vitae) interchangeably, they’re actually two different types of documents, each with its own distinct focus. Knowing the right format and use for each will save time and trouble (not to mention worry) with your future job pursuits. A resume is the 1-2 page career summary that most of us are familiar ...
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    Tricks to Getting Through the Night Shift

    Tricks to Getting Through the Night Shift
    The night shift is a beast of sorts that many nurses need to conquer fresh out of nursing school. This is because new-grad day shifts are usually hard to come by (think specialty nursing). Also, many nurses end up working nights at some point in their career. Fresh out of school, I dreaded working nights, and while I would still like ...
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    The Ins and Outs of Exit Interviews

    The Ins and Outs of Exit Interviews
    Exit interviews are one of the last items on your to-do list as you leave a job. Though you might be itching to just finish the job already and say sayonara to a micromanaging boss or a position you've outgrown, human resources managers appreciate it when employees take the time to give a thorough and thoughtful exit interview. Here's how to ...
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    Nurses and Patient Modesty

    Nurses and Patient Modesty
    Perhaps it is because nurses are consistently voted as the most trusted profession, but some patients and their family really do let it all hang out. Not that I don’t want my patients to be completely comfortable with and all procedures that we encounter together, but there is something to be said for an effort to maintain modesty. We owe it ...
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    Top 5 Tax Questions for Nurses, Answered

    Top 5 Tax Questions for Nurses, Answered
    Tax prep is about as fun as getting a physical or renewing a driver’s license. Sorting through a year’s worth of receipts and paperwork can be confusing and leave you with the nagging feeling that you’ve missed out on meaty refund dollars or paid more than required. Here are five insightful tax deduction tips from experts and fellow nurses that may ...
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    How Toxic is Your Workplace?

    How Toxic is Your Workplace?
    Nobody loves going to work all the time--but there's a difference between routine workplace hassles and a working environment that stresses you out to the point of illness, according to Linnda Durre, the author of "Surviving the Toxic Workplace." Durre suggests that hostile working environments typically have one or more types of dysfunction--how many symptoms does yours have? Unfairness [widget:a_day_in_the_life] You ...
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    Resume Tips from Leonardo DaVinci

    Resume Tips from Leonardo DaVinci
    Leonardo DaVinci was the ORIGINAL Renaissance Man. Below is a copy of a letter Leonardo sent over 600 years ago to the House of Sforza. Look closely, it’s his resume! Modern day job seekers can learn a lot from Leonardo! “Most illustrious Lord, having now sufficiently seen and considered the proofs of all those who count themselves master and inventors of ...
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    6 Reasons They Didn't Call You Back

    6 Reasons They Didn't Call You Back
    In the best of times, responding to a job listing can feel like sending your resume out to sea in a bottle. But at least you received a call or an email acknowledgement. Now, with the volume of applicants higher than ever, you're more likely to hear nothing. If there is a resounding silence from your queries, keep looking and networking. ...
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    How to Deal With Over Demanding Patients

    How to Deal With Over Demanding Patients
    As a nurse, you’ll be expected to deal with various kinds of situations and many emergencies. However, while you might be prepared to deal with emergencies, dealing with difficult patients is what will tax your resources. You’re not alone in this. Every health care facility has its share of difficult patients. You dread seeing their names on your nursing schedule. The ...
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    8 Ways to Make Your Resume More Marketable

    8 Ways to Make Your Resume More Marketable
    The economy is shaky -- and it may feel like your job is, too. Whether you're already job hunting or believe you may need to soon, there are steps you can take to make yourself more attractive to potential employers. Here are eight tips from the experts on increasing your marketability: Use Your Name as Your Brand, Especially in Email Don't ...
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    Nursing Then and Now

    Nursing Then and Now
    I thought I’d share an old blog post concerning new versus experienced nurses and where they ‘should’ work fresh out of nursing school. Of course I’m now a 5 year veteran, but the blog post still holds true for me. I think today’s economy has definitely impacted the amount of nursing jobs out there for new graduate nurses, but I still ...
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