Interview Workshop: The Best Online Prep Tools You Should Be Using

Once you’ve sent in your application with a well-polished resume, you may receive a request for an interview. You mustn’t assume this interview is a simple formality before you receive a job offer. Your hiring manager is probably interviewing several people, and your job interview is an audition. The interview is one step closer to…


How to Build the Perfect Nursing Resume

Looking for a new job is stressful enough. But as you consider making a foray into the job market, it will be important to put a facelift on your current resume. Nursing is one of the fastest-growing job markets, and registered nurses are in high demand. However, while there may be enough jobs to go…


Easy Tips to Help You Avoid Mistakes at Work

Making a mistake in the medical field can be costly. It is stressful trying to stay on top of everything during the day while still providing a high level of care. A nursing career is extremely rewarding, but can also be overwhelming. Unfortunately, while humans are not perfect, achieving perfection in the healthcare field is…


Top 3 Ways to Relate to Difficult Pediatric Patients

Communicating effectively with pediatric patients is not the same as with adults. Although children used to be seen as small adults, psychologists now know they have their own unique developmental and psychological needs. Those very differences mean your pediatric patients will likely react differently than adult patients when exposed to some of the same stressors.…


Motivational Tips: How to Bring Your “A Game” to Every Shift

Nursing burnout is more than being stressed. It’s characterized as physical, mental and emotional exhaustion where every day is a bad day. Nurses may experience burnout because of long shifts, the habit of putting others first and the daily exposure to sickness and death. Part of avoiding it is learning how to deal with stress…


The Top Do’s and Don’ts of Work Fashion and Apparel

Registered nurses were once easily identified as they wore a white uniform, white hose and white shoes, often topped off with a white nursing cap. However, over the years fashion has changed. Nurses began to wear uniform pants and colored tops. Soon the profession switched to colored scrubs, once only allowed in the operating room.…


Get Your Dream Job! Learn the Top Tips for Acing Your Next Interview

The interview process may be stressful, but by following some simple tips you’ll have everything you need to know to nail it and get the job. Not every candidate who seems perfect on paper will present themselves well. However, by preparing beforehand, you’ll be able to share facts about your experience most relevant to the…


How to Quickly Fit in at Your Next Placement

The key to fitting into your new contingency staffing placement is to quickly recognize the company culture and determine how you can integrate without changing your personality. Company culture matters, and in healthcare, it may matter even more as the ability of teams to work together impacts life and death situations. To do your job…


4 Gadgets That Will Make Any Nurse’s Day Easier

Technology can be fun and make your life easier, both as a professional and in your personal life. From smartphones to fitness trackers, integrating technology can streamline and destress your life. Some of these are free and others will cost money, but all will be fun to use and help boost your personal and professional…


Best Ways to Prepare for That Upcoming Long Shift

Chs slideshare-04-2019 from Capital Healthcare Solutions Most people work 8 to 10-hour days, mostly sitting in a chair behind a computer. As a per diem nurse, it’s likely you’ll be picking up some 12-hour shifts, or deciding to work the occasional 16-hour double shift. Although these offer significant financial benefits, the long hours on your…