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Image credit   If you’re a nursing professional, here’s your guide to the top specialization you can pursue this year. In this post, let’s look into these specializations: Correctional Health Nursing, Nurse Midwives and Travel Nursing Correctional Health Nursing - This specialization may not be everyone’s cup of tea but there is definitely a demand for this role. This role requires nurses to work...
Image credit   If you’re a nursing professional, here’s your guide to the top specialization you can pursue this year. In this post, let’s look into these specializations: Mental health Nurse, Skilled Nurse and Long-Term Care Nurse. Mental Health Nurse - This specialty is truly one of the specializations with highest demand for several reasons. First, with what everyone went through during the Pandemic...
Image credit   The past three years have been pretty tough for the health industry. The burnout our healthcare professionals feel is still looming up until today and the shortage continues to trend in the whole country. This poses a great deal of challenge for the recruitment and forces new innovative ways to fill in open roles and positions. Mental Health needs will continue to be a demand for employees. Applicants will...
Image credit   There has been a severe shortage of nurses in the USA since 2012, and it worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic. The American Hospital Association has estimated that they need to hire 200,000 nurses a year to meet the rising demand. There are a lot of reasons for this shortage, some of them are being burned out from work because of being overworked and this is one of the main reasons that nurses leave their...
Image credit   In the US healthcare space, there are several ways a patient can be taken care of. And in celebration of National Home Care and Hospice Month, let’s look into the three home-based care that nurses can consider for their careers: Home Health, Palliative and Hospice.   Home Health is straightforward care delivered at the patient's home. However, before a patient can even be cared for at home, there...
Image credit   There has been a shortage in our healthcare workers for the past years, and our healthcare industry needs more healthcare workers to cope up with the rising need. In the event of applying for healthcare jobs, the applicant needs to highlight their skills and other related experiences for the employer to find them more appealing to the job opening. Listing critical health care skills on your resume can help you...
Image credit   One of the qualities people want nowadays with their career is flexibility. Not only to be on top of their schedule or deliverables but taking into account other aspects of their lives such as work-life balance, spending more time with family or diversifying their jobs in order to gain more skills. In the nursing world, there are two options for a nurse to get this flexibility, that is per diem and travel...
Image credit   Nursing jobs in our country are still on the rise and are one of the most sought-after jobs that most people are looking for. Especially to those individuals who enjoy helping others and working collaboratively. But the learning in this job doesn’t stop after graduating from college. Because of the ever-changing technology that our generation is having, nurses also need to cope with it. Learning the reasons...
Image credit   We all go through a lot of effort in preparing ourselves after we graduate from college for us to land that dream job that we all have wanted. We prepare our resume and job application forms in a way that employers may find us more interesting than others and that may somewhat help us get a job sooner than everyone else. But, after all the troubles of preparing our resumes, we still need to prepare ourselves for...
Photo credit   As we end the month of May, let’s look back how different organizations honored their nurses during the National Nurses Month celebration. Some organizations offered programs that can benefit their nursing staff such as ARMC: Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC) hosted a full calendar of events for National Nurses Month. It’s a four-week program divided into the four focus areas of National...
Photo credit   The wonderful thing about the Nursing industry is that there are a lot of options for you in terms of specialization. This allows you to concentrate more in one area and really practice and excel from it. But of course, regardless of which area you want to become an expert on, it always starts with the fundamental question of why you want to become a nurse? Once you have an answer to that question that you are...
Photo credit   Nursing shortage is not new. In the past, we. had experienced these shortages already. However, what differentiates the current situation is that the shortage is happening at a time when the demand is high due to the aging population and Covid-19 pandemic. There are also less enrollees to nursing to help ensure that the pipeline for healthcare workers is healthy. Previously, the organizations had made extreme...