While it may be hard to believe 2019 is coming to an end, it’s time to start putting together our list of New Year's resolutions. The end of the year is the perfect time to not only reflect on all your personal and professional accomplishments but to set new intentions for the future. As nurses, these goals or resolutions may include professional development, volunteering, networking, etc. As the backbone of the healthcare industry, it's critical for nurses to take time and reflect on how they can improve treatment for their patients and the overall quality of care provided by their facilities.
One of the best aspects of working in the healthcare field is that there is continuously a demand for healthcare workers. As a registered nurse, you likely already know that your skill-set is very much in-demand. However, we thought that you might also be interested in learning about the other most in-demand healthcare jobs in 2019 as well.
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The holidays are quickly approaching, bringing with them one of the busiest times of the year for emergency rooms. Working as an ER nurse during the holidays can be difficult, but with the right tools and mindset, you can get through the next few weeks just like any other time of the year. Below are a few great pieces of advice to help nurses stay sane in the ER over the holidays.
Dallas, TX, November 20, 2018 – Janet Elkin, President and CEO of GHR Healthcare, the parent company of General Healthcare Resources, has been named to the 2018 Global Power 150 and the 2018 Americas 100 lists by Staffing Industry Analysts, recognizing the top female leaders in the staffing industry. This is the fourth year the list has been compiled and her fourth time for being included.
Dallas, TX, October 30, 2018 – Janet Elkin, President and CEO of GHR Healthcare, the parent company to General Healthcare Resources, will be a featured speaker at the 16th Annual Healthcare Staffing Summit being held in Denver, Colorado this November. The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Excellence in a Time of Change,’ with Elkin’s session entitled ‘M&A: Non-Financial Matters After the Deal,’ which will examine the opportunities, advantages, and challenges facing organizations, and the leaders, after the M&A dust has settled.
The field of physical therapy is constantly evolving. Each day we learn more about the human body, and along with those discoveries comes new knowledge of our bodies’ mechanics, functionality and ability to heal. Working in physical therapy is an exciting area of medical practice, with the potential to lead to many more revolutionary breakthroughs in healthcare.
We all know what Per Diem work as a nurse is all about, right?
Unlike other industries, healthcare is unique in that the demand for contingent work is steadily rising. As the American population continues to age and the need for registered nurses, LPNs and assisted living aides grows, hospitals and other facilities are finding that they must increase their staffing efforts in order to keep up with the increasing workload. Consequently, more and more hospitals and other healthcare facilities are turning to contingent work as a way to meet patients’ care needs and expectations.
Working in healthcare is unlike any other career path. Whether you’re a nurse, support staff, supervisor or practitioner, there are stressors within the industry that are undoubtedly unique. As a result, some of the best people who can provide support throughout your workday are your coworkers. For this reason, having strong relationships with your coworkers is essential.