Are you a soon to be nursing or nurse practitioner program grad? If so, congrats! Last spring I attended my younger sister's graduation ceremony at Baylor University. I loved seeing the enthusiasm of the new grads ready to take on the world. Some grads cried, others practically skipped across the stage, but the students I loved watching the most were those with some graduation cap bling.
Hello, hello, how is you weekend going? I have had quite a productive day so far consisting of garage clean out, pulling weeds, and washing a few windows. Just as my home needs some deep cleaning every now and then, my career can use a little freshening up from time to time as well. If you need to sweep the cobwebs off your nurse practitioner career and are in the market for a new position, check out this week's job opportunities (we've also done some spring cleaning on our job list as well!).
This weekend I'm entering full-on spring cleaning mode. I'll be pulling clothes out of my closet by the handful to donate to Goodwill, scrubbing baseboards and walls and wiping elusive dust bunnies from nooks and crannies. This may not seem like the most exciting way to spend the weekend but the feeling that I get when my house is spic 'n span is unbeatable. What are you up to this weekend?
By Healthcare Attorney Alex Krouse
Nurse practitioner run practices are increasing in number throughout the country. From house call businesses to family practices, nurse practitioners are establishing themselves as business owners in the healthcare industry. Working with nurse practitioners to form their own practices is an exciting experience, but also one that many nurse practitioners find intimidating.