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Image Source: Jeshoots @Unsplash   The term “burnout” is (unfortunately) becoming more prominent and popular in a variety of industries across the world. While it isn’t necessarily a new phenomenon, we saw a huge rise during the pandemic – especially in the healthcare industry.  A Washington Post survey performed during the pandemic found that 55% of healthcare workers experienced symptoms of...
Whether you are a recent graduate of a technical or nursing program seeking a residency, or simply looking to make a move that improves your career and quality of life, you may be considering relocating. The process of searching for a career in healthcare can be exciting. However, recent national and worldwide economic struggles such as rising inflation, fears of recession, and increasing housing costs may have you worried about your...
Almost all the moms working in healthcare suffer from time management issues, unable to get enough sleep, constantly feel on edge and anxious, and life isn't falling apart for them.  There are many resources, and things moms can work on internally, to help get through these tougher times and even in a relaxed state of mind.  Have you ever thought why you are so stressed out?  If you go back and look at your life,...
Many use the terms interchangeably, but there are differences between doctors and physicians. In this article, we’ll break down exactly what those differences are. A doctor has earned a doctoral degree, whereas a physician is someone who has been through medical school and can provide medical care and treatment, make diagnoses, and prescribe medication.   What is a Doctor? A doctor is anyone who has earned a doctorate....