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Question for you: How do you find your medical provider?
The most obvious of answers to this question is our dear
friend, Google. What was life like before this search engine giant? I
don't remember. I mean, seriously, who doesn't google twenty things
throughout the course of the day? The truth is, however, there ...
Editor's note: This blog post is written by Jill Hoffman, ADVANCE staff. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.At the third annual PharmEHR Summit April 17, leaders in the electronic health record (EHR) and pharmaceutical industries gathered to discuss the status of EHR adoption and potential collaboration between EHR and pharmaceutical ...
Editor's note: This article was posted with permission from its author, Christine Gondos, Igloo Software. She can be reached at email@example.com.
The fastpaced healthcare industry is continuously evolving --
whether it be newly released studies, new best practices or new techniques, the
healthcare community thrives off of ...
As spring and summer entice the sunshine and warm weather, short sleeves or sleeveless tops and spaghetti straps are the favorite fashion. Yet some people prefer long sleeves and sweaters year-round because they feel self conscious about their arms.
Due to the social climate of southern California, patients come to our clinic ...
Every day was Groundhog
Day. Well, to be fair it was early January but, like the 1993 Bill Murray
comedy, I felt like I was stuck in a time loop. The high of my graduation
ceremony had worn off weeks ago, so I made like a retired snowbird and headed
south to Florida for the winter. I camped at my mother's house while I waited
for the next ...
Last month during the lull of winter break, I had a sudden
fear that I would not be able to find a job after graduation. I guess it was
because of the lull, no case studies to do, clinical hours completed for the
semester, and final grade deemed passing, that I had the time to contemplate a
life after school. This month, as my classes resume ...
I really felt prepared. I had done a review course by a company that claims a
pass rate of 99%. I had also studied a very well-known study guide, in addition
to listening to 2 sets of CDs (one of them for the last year!). I then took 2
''predictor'' examinations with decent scores that were predictive of me passing
morning was ...
Job seekers always ask me what they can do to make their
resumes stand out and get noticed. Today, I will put on my recruiter/employer
hat and offer you a few suggestions to make your resume more effective.
When I give your resume its first look there are basically 3
things that I need to see and see quickly.
education. I ...
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Last week, Newsweek published its final print issue. As a magazine enthusiast (I subscribe to many, I've studied them, and I work for one), I was saddened to hear the news. I remember a time when finding one of my favorite magazines in the mail meant I would be sitting on the couch for the rest of the night to read it from cover to ...