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October 30, 2020 | Clinical Resources HR and Management
Candidate Testing

Companies commonly use testing to assess the potentials of candidates during the selection process. These tests include testing the cognitive abilities, skills and capabilities, personalities, background and a lot more aspects related to candidates. This category of testing can be used by employers under the condition that it is not discriminatory in any way. In many companies in today’s age,…

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Candidate Testing
July 30, 2020 | Clinical Resources
How to Have a Healthy Work-Life Balance

Healthcare Workers Edition Having a healthy work-life balance as a member of the healthcare field can be challenging. Work demands all your time, energy, and effort. It requires no hesitation, especially when you’re on-call, to commitment. However, just because you’re a member of the healthcare profession, doesn’t mean you can’t have your own life outside of work. There are a…

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June 30, 2020 | Clinical Resources
Listening Skills

We are living in an era where high technology, high levels of stress, and high speed heavily dominate the entire world. In all of this, we have far left behind the one thing that is an essential aspect of life: communication. So driven are we by high speed, technology, gadgets and the works that we have completely forgotten the importance…

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May 1, 2020 | Clinical Resources HR and Management
Tips to Manage Multiple Departments

Do you find yourself struggling to maximize the productivity of your team? Collaboration between multiple departments requires a lot more than mere cooperation. There has to mutual respect, shared vision, and complete understanding of what role each plays in a project. The singular goal of all departments must be to achieve fantastic business outcomes and par excellence customer experience. To…

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April 30, 2020 | Clinical Resources HR and Management
Important Words of a Great Manager

Becoming a great manager without making any major changes requires very little on your part. What truly makes all the difference is how you use two very important words while you lead your team.  When we talk about those two important words, you will be surprised to know that we have already used them in our opening paragraph. Yes, the…

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April 15, 2020 | Career Center Clinical Resources
Dress for Success

We all have heard that first impression is the last impression. Many sources give weight to this statement thus proving that approximately 55% of our perception of an individual is based on how they dress. This is all the more an essential factor when dressing up for an interview. Although there is no certainty that how well you are groomed…

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April 1, 2020 | Career Center Clinical Resources
Future of Nursing

The healthcare industry is experiencing one of the most exciting times in its advancements, and there is so much for healthcare professionals, including nurses, to look forward to. There are constant evolution and growth of nurses in this time and era, owing to the continuous changes in technological advances, healthcare delivery, and an increase in the expectations of nurses. With…

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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 clinicians. According to many medical professionals, more old age doctors…

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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 for the finest financial stability. For people who feel that…

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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 find themselves in a fast-paced environment and constantly feel the…

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