Happy Halloween! Appropriately, I started off my morning with candy and coffee. The Reese's peanut butter cups I purchsed for trick-or-treaters have continued to tempt me all afternoon. It is possible the 'mom' jeans I will be wearing for my costume tonight won't zip. So, finally, I have left the house and headed to a local coffee shop to finish up this week's medical review. Presenting health news on the lighter side.
Starting a new job is stressful. You're managing relationships with new coworkers, facing a steep learning curve if you are a recent graduate, and learning to navigate a new workplace environment. MidlevelU intern Stephanie Bauer has gathered some tips and tricks for getting your new NP job off on the right foot.
Looking for a job? Finding a nurse practitioner position can be frustrating in some markets. Expanding your job search horizons can help. There are a few types of employers that find themselves constantly in need of NPs. These positions are often in different settings than your average family practice clinic and can be an excellent opportunity to expand your skill set.
I'm not usually a big patterned scrub wearer. I stick to my good 'ole, road-tested, monochromatic blue or black sets. But, I have noticed companies stepping up their style when it comes to America's favorite healthcare wear over the past year or two. Mirroring popular styles commonly seen on the streets of fashion locales like NYC, scrub makers are getting the picture when it comes to choosing patterns.