5 Things To Look For In A Traveling Nursing Company

1.Friendly Recruiters Good communication and listening skills are essential. These will allow recruiters to make better decisions and find the perfect travel assignment for you. Getting a job isn’t easy. Look for a recruiter who has successfully gained your trust and who can motivate and support you. Your recruiter should…

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Administer Meds Without a Doctor’s Order? Proceed With Caution​

Administer Meds Without a Doctor’s Order? Proceed With Caution​ Registered nurses generally should administer medications only with a physician’s order. Only certain advanced practice nurses have prescriptive authority, and their qualifications, as well as the type of drug and the amount they are allowed to prescribe, vary from state to…

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Nursing Overview

Nursing Overview Published on www.Explorehealthcareers.com Nursing offers a wide range of career opportunities—from entry-level practitioner to doctoral-level researcher. Nurses are hands-on health professionals who provide focused and highly personalized care. They are also in demand—employment of registered nurses is projected to grow 16% from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the…

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What’s The Difference? Medicare vs Medicaid

Medicare vs Medicaid by Jane Jackson Dec 20, 2016 published on www.nursetogether.com Medicare and Medicaid Medicare and Medicaid are both government-sponsored programs designed to help cover healthcare costs. While both were established by the federal government in 1965 and funded by taxpayers, they are very different programs. Medicare Medicare is…

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10 Principles All Great Nurses Follow (written by Sue Heacock Jan,12 2012)

10. Be true to your patients. Remember why you originally chose the profession of nursing? To help people. Be true to this goal and remind yourself everyday that you are there to provide the best patient care possible. This means not coming to work sick or calling off at the…

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Clinical Medical Assistant as a Career

Clinical Medical Assistants are vital members of the team and work to administer medications, assist with minor procedures, obtain laboratory specimens, perform electrocardiograms, provide patient education, and much more. If you’re interested in a fast paced learning environment, national certification, expanding your career options, hands CMA training or taking online…

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