Finding the Perfect Job Match: 6 Factors to Consider

Location Don’t just appreciate a location in theory, research why you’d want to live there for an assignment. Find specific examples of your activity of choice – whether it be the nightlife, outdoor fun or sightseeing – and keep mental notes so that you can take advantage of these things…

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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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The Highest Paid Nursing Specialties of 2017 and How To Find Your Niche

Nursing has always been an attractive profession. It’s one of the few jobs that can actually let you earn good money while being able to help other people. However, contrary to what most people believe, nurses aren’t paid the same. Their specialty and skills can play a huge role in…

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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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Risk Management Nurse Jobs And How To Get Them

Risk Management Nurse Jobs And How To Get Them (NurseBuff Weekly 6/05/17) Nursing, on its own, is already a challenging job. If you feel like the demands of the job aren’t enough, it’s probably right that you find a specialty that can challenge you to grow and be flexible. If…

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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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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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5 Tips For Nursing Students With Young Students

5 Tips For Nursing Students With Young Children by Sue Stewart Five tips to help you get through: 1.Take weekly mini-vacations. Plan a day or a few hours each week to spend with your children. Notice I said ‘plan.’ Do not let anything interrupt these plans and do something special…

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Bringing Back The 5 Ethical Conducts of Nursing

Bringing Back The 5 Ethical Conducts of Nursing by Nganya Joy Oct 13, 2016 Let’s start off by defining the term ethics. Ethics simply means code of conduct. Nursing is the act and science of taking care of an individual, sick or well, doing those things that will contribute to…

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