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March 19, 2020 | Clinical Resources Extra
Competency Testing for Clinicians

According to a 72 year old oncology surgeon, if a clinician becomes difficult to deal with, forgets to show up in the OR, misspeaks when writing orders, has complications, it is time to intervene and review regardless of their age. This review and intervention is known as competency testing for… read more

January 20, 2017 | Clinical Resources
Perks of Being a Travel Nurse

Perks of Being a Traveling Nurse Want to enjoy all the thrills in life but cannot afford not having a stable career? As we all know that nursing is one of the highest paid professions in our country so adopting it as a career definitely means that one is aiming… read more

November 2, 2016 | Clinical Resources
3 Tips to Avoid Burnout for Nurses

It is easy for new nurses to feel burnt out from their job, which can be overwhelming. The transition from studying the theories to applying them daily to actual patients is not as easy as it might look. Aside from the pressure of wanting to do good at work, nurses… read more

November 2, 2016 | Clinical Resources
8 Myths About Nursing Homes

8 Myths about Nursing Homes Have you been misguided by any of your friends or a family member about the functioning of a nursing home? If people have come to you and said that nursing homes are not at all safe for your parents or any other family members and… read more

September 26, 2016 | Clinical Resources HR and Management
How to Improve Productivity Among Your Senior Care Staff

As the holidays approach, your senior care workers will get busy with festivities. From planning, to shopping, to socializing and everything in between, work starts to take a back seat to the holiday season. The problem is, your residents still deserve a high level of care, and it’s up to… read more

September 23, 2016 | Career Center Clinical Resources
Guilty of Job Hopping? How to Handle It in an Interview

The job market offers a wide variety of career opportunities. For this reason, it’s more common now than ever before to change jobs every few years and try new things. Still, hiring managers may get suspicious if they see too many short-lived job titles on your resume (less than two… read more

September 10, 2016 | Clinical Resources HR and Management
What are Nurses Looking for in Company Culture?

Corporate culture is a common phrase these days. Now more than ever, employees want to work in a setting they feel good about—one that aligns with their work ethic and beliefs. Your nurses have entered a field that helps them make the world a better place, one patient a time. And… read more

August 29, 2016 | Clinical Resources HR and Management
How to Keep Your Staff Cool in “Heated” Situations

Conflict among co-workers can be inevitable. This is especially true in work environments that require a high level of productivity. In long-term care, your nurses and healthcare staff have the health and well-being of residents in their hands, which can be stressful — and tensions can arise. As a manager,… read more

August 25, 2016 | Career Center Clinical Resources
How to Answer the Most Common Nursing Interview Question

Are you ready for your upcoming nursing interview? Practice can help ease your nerves and get you ready to deliver a cool, confident, killer interview. As you prepare, one of your most important considerations should be your answer to the most common nurse interview question. “Why do you want to… read more

August 22, 2016 | Clinical Resources HR and Management
The Most Important Question to Ask Nursing Candidates

It’s vital to your facility to employ the best and brightest nurses. This adds to the quality of care you’re able to provide patients, and boosts your facility’s reputation. The interview process is your time to get to know the employees you may be spending 40-plus hours per week with… read more

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