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How to demonstrate character in a job interview

Resume in hand, interview suit is pressed. It is time to go on an interview. Impress your interviewer by demonstrating a good work ethic and character. Instead of humble bragging about how your skills are a suitable match, you’ll want to follow these tips on how to show what your personality and character are like […]

4 time management tips for healthcare professionals

There are so many things to do at work. The list of tasks seems endless. You’re exhausted. You can take control of your time, to an extent, with time management techniques. Let’s get started. Create a to-do list and use it If you want to track all that you need to do, then you need […]

Why setting career goals is so important

There used to be a common saying that professionals need to have a 5-year plan in order to get ahead. Then, the Covid-19 pandemic hit and planning for anything has seemed like an overwhelming, almost impossible, lift. That’s okay, you can still make career goals a priority, with a bit of flexibility. Professional development goals […]

Build a personal brand to standout from the pack

When it comes to searching for a new role, one definite way to standout from other candidates is to have a personal professional brand. Think of this as your professional narrative that reflects your personality and the skills you have to offer an organization. How can you accomplish this? In this article, let’s consider a […]

Job interview tips for physical therapists

Job interviews can be nerve-racking and anxiety provoking, especially if you’re not prepared. Whether you’re a recent graduate or a seasoned physical therapist, it is a good idea to brush up on your interview skills ahead of your next job interview. But first, be sure to polish your resume. Send it to a writing professional […]

The real truth about sick days for nurses

As a healthcare professional one of the most important topics is what to do when you are sick or possibly contagious or need a mental health day off. It’s not as easy as one may think. You could risk infecting your coworkers and patients on one hand, but you could also risk losing your job. […]

A brief look at Covid long-haul symptoms

Let’s take a look at long-haul symptoms for survivors of Covid-19. Even for those who have taken the vaccine, there may be side effects. Let’s study those after effects compared to side effects and increase our ability to help patients as nurses entering the workforce.   By now, as a nurse you have most likely heard […]

Five pathways to obtain a nursing education

The Herzing University website details the five pathways of nursing degrees. But the real story lies in the top 20 nursing specialties listed on Gwynedd Mercy University.  You could argue that nursing can be a stable career with over 71 nursing specialties and fewer barriers to entry than other occupations. For instance, online classes are […]

Covid-19: What Nurses Need to Know

As of Today, the World Health Organization has reported a total of 27,020,890 Covid-19 cases in the US. Which is 16,140,287 more than the second most affected country India. Total deaths are 468,051 with 3,639 deaths that happened in the last 24 hours nationwide. The CDC website reports that the pandemic peaked January 8,2021 with […]

Deep Into the Pandemic

The months December through February 2021 will most likely be the worst months for Covid-19 transmission. On Tuesday, January 12, 2021, we saw the worst day so far with 4,320 deaths in one day. The average for the week was a whopping 3,300 deaths per day. The national average for the number of cases in […]