When To Just Not Go Back To The Next Shift

When To Just Not Go Back To The Next Shift

So my career in nursing is very piecemealed. If I liked an institution I would end up having to quit for personal reasons (I.e one job was 65 miles from my husband, another could/would not accommodate the time I needed to go do fertility treatments....it is rather last minute when you know you have to leave so I get it, but a life without a child would have just been worthless for me.) And the other half of the time I quit

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Home Health Providers, Hospitals Are ‘Fishing in the Same Pool’ for Nursing Talent

Home Health Providers, Hospitals Are ‘Fishing in the Same Pool’ for Nursing Talent

Home health providers and hospitals have a long history of going head-to-head when it comes to nursing talent. In some ways, the COVID-19 pandemic has only intensified the competition and left providers in the position of having to shell out more to recruit staff.Let’s look at this position in detail and explore more about it. We will explore everything about it – from the responsibilities to the salary and the nursing assessments.

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As Financial Pressures Rise, Hospitals Cut Traveling Nurses

As Financial Pressures Rise, Hospitals Cut Traveling Nurses

As Covid increases financial pressure and exacerbates workforce shortages, health officials are doubling down on their efforts to reduce dependence on traveling nurses and replace them with full-time staff. They’re partnering with nursing schools, increasing wages and providing education reimbursements to bring nurses to Vermont, and then keep them here.
Let’s look at this position in detail and explore more about it. We will explore everything about it – from the responsibilities to the salary and the nursing assessments.

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Neuro ICU Nurse – What You Need To Know

Neuro ICU Nurse – What You Need To Know

As you explore different nursing jobs and try to decide where you want to work, have you thought about becoming a Neuro ICU nurse? This job requires a lot of patience, dedication, the ability to learn new concepts quickly, and compassion.

Let’s look at this position in detail and explore more about it. We will explore everything about it – from the responsibilities to the salary and the nursing assessments.

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How Some COVID-19 Vaccines Could Lead to Rare Blood Clots Among Patients

How Some COVID-19 Vaccines Could Lead to Rare Blood Clots Among Patients

An advisory committee to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is addressing the safety of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine today after the CDC and FDA recommended that states hold off on using it pending a detailed review of six cases of the same kind of rare but serious event — a blood clot in the vessels that drain blood from the brain combined with a large drop in platelets, which increases the risk for bleeding.

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Data Suggests Many Millennials Turning to Telehealth, Online Research

Data Suggests Many Millennials Turning to Telehealth, Online Research

Technology has reshaped our lives in several ways, with the healthcare industry no stranger to disruption.

A new survey of 2040 millennials (ages 23 to 39) in February by Harmony Healthcare IT found that 69% of respondents searched online for health and medical advice instead of going to the doctor, and a quarter of respondents trust Google to accurately diagnose their symptoms. Also, a strong majority (83%) are doing their own research, even after hearing advice from their doctor, and 42% trust their own research more than that of their doctor.

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