The Advantages of a Travel Medical Technologist or Medical Laboratory Technician

If you’re a Medical Technologist or Medical Laboratory Technician, you may have never thought about becoming a healthcare traveler before. Sure, nurses do travel assignments at hospitals all over the country, but there isn’t as much buzz around the growing demand for traveling medical technologist professionals and traveling medical laboratory…

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Nursing Symbols, Test Yourself

The number of years you’re practicing the profession doesn’t guarantee you know it all. If you’re feeling confident, put your knowledge to the test and see how well you’ll do. Ready? When you’re a nurse, you come across these symbols several times in a day. Tell us how you did!…

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5 Ways Nurses Can Master Cultural Competence in Nursing

5 Ways Nurses Can Master Cultural Competence in Nursing (NurseBuff weekly newsletter) Here are 5 ways health professionals can increase their level of cultural competence to better help their patients. Foster Curiosity The first step in cultural competency is an exposure to cultures other than one’s own. Sheri Sawchuk, MSN,…

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5 Ways To Bring Back Joy In Nursing!

5 Ways To Bring Back Joy In Nursing By: Lorie Brown 1.Begin in gratitude. When I wake up, I think of all the things that I am thankful for. This makes me smile and feel good. Some days, I’m thankful for just waking up. Other days I have a long…

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Want a career in healthcare? Visit www.Medicalcareerspecialists.com NOW!

Want to become an LPN but needing more experience? Want to be able to achieve your goal in a short period of time? How does a few weeks sound? If you answered YES to any of these questions then we have just the place for you! That’s right, Medical Career…

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6 Great Opportunities in Pediatric Nursing

6 Great Opportunities in Pediatric Nursing by: Sue Heacock •You must like – preferably love – children. •You must have abundant patience for your patients. •You must have a keen sense of humor and quick wit. •You must like to teach. If you passed the above litmus test, the following…

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#SorryImNotSorry: 5 Things All Nurses Should Never Apologize For

By: Elizabeth Scala I’m all for a good apology. There’s no harm in saying ‘I’m sorry’ when it’s appropriate. Why do I agree with admitting, speaking up for and accepting mistakes? Apologizing is a part of letting go. When we hold onto ‘things’ too long, they start to take a…

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A Gift For The Care Givers: 5 Ideas That Show Your Appreciation.

NT Contributor Jan 3, 2017 A caregiver is someone special that helps your loved one the most and gives you the leeway to carry on with life. Sacrificing their own personal needs and time, a caregiver is a person that goes out of the way or walks the extra mile…

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Get Hired! 4 Tips To Strengthen Your Nursing Resume.

Get Hired! 4 Tips To Strengthen Your Nursing Resume By American Sentinel posted on 12/5/16 www.nursetogether.com For nurses, at any stage of their professional careers, a strong resume is still a must in the 21st-century nursing employment marketplace. There are many ways to strengthen a resume, and it’s prudent to…

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5 Ways Nurses Will Prevent Injuries While Lifting Patients

5 Ways Nurses Will Prevent Injuries While Lifting Patients by: Joyce Hyam (April 18, 2016) www.Nursetogether.com 1.Speak up. Nurses need to feel comfortable in giving their input to their healthcare organization. Give the facts on how lifting equipment is the way to go to prevent injuries. Protecting the health and…

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