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  • Called in for Questioning

    So I go from working part-time as a nurse to not really working and just doing clinicals. My preceptors were pretty good about working with us regarding schedules, which was amazing because I have 2 kids and a crazy husband. This was more beneficial than I EVER realized! Now? I realize... Let's see... In my first three weeks, I've gotten ...
    Posted to First Year NP (Weblog) on February 28, 2013
  • NPs & PAs Are Talking - The Silver Lining of Nursing

    Last week, NP & PA Student blogger Terry Clarke shared his concerns over the status of nursing. ''I am currently in a class called ‘Societal Forces' as a precursor to my first semester of advanced assessment in the Adult/Gero Primary Care Nurse Practitioner track. The teachers are passionate and well informed. The speakers are excellent, but ...
    Posted to ADVANCE for NPs & PAs Blog (Weblog) on December 17, 2012
  • The DNP in the ED

    Q: Please describe the DNP role in your NP specialty. A: I will step up on my DNP soapbox once again to say that completing your DNP serves to open up a new way of thinking, a way to approach your practice. It is not an avenue for developing a new position or making more money. The DNP provides you with the tools and resources to ...
    Posted to DNP Discussions (Weblog) on November 9, 2012
  • When More Is Less

    When it comes to resumes, more is less -- less effectiveness that is. I have noticed that when it comes to creating a resume, most people just can't seem to say enough about themselves. They continue to add more and more content. The vast majority of resumes that I review are far too long and much too wordy. I'm not entirely sure why this ...
    Posted to Career Coach (Weblog) on February 15, 2012
  • An Unorthodox Approach to Getting an Interview

    Are you applying for out-of-state jobs and finding it difficult to get an interview or even a call back? It's no secret that jobs are still competitive. Tight market conditions have led to more and more clinicians broadening their searches to include a larger and wider geographical area. More NPs and PAs are finding it necessary to consider ...
    Posted to Career Coach (Weblog) on February 1, 2012
  • Physician Shortage Isn't the Only One Looming

    Health system analysts and assorted other parties have been forecasting a primary care physician shortage for quite some time. An article published recently in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons predicts two additional shortfalls that could affect patient access to care: nurse practitioners and physician ...
    Posted to ADVANCE for NPs & PAs Blog (Weblog) on July 28, 2011
  • Employers Take Note

    By Renee Dahring, MSN, NP If you read my blog regularly, you know that I often write about the importance of a clear, concise resume that contains all the critical elements employers want to see. That is your responsibility as a job seeker. If employers don't find the information they need in your resume, they won't call you. This week I will ...
    Posted to Career Coach (Weblog) on July 20, 2011
  • Avoiding Burnout

    Seventeen months ago when I opened Pace Clinic I was excited to be out on my own. No more working for somebody, I could set my own hours, come and go as I please, and do my own thing. I have thoroughly enjoyed working for myself. However, even though I no longer have (a) boss, I still work for now thousands of bosses (my clients). Sure, I can ...
    Posted to NP Practice Owners (Weblog) on June 15, 2009
  • Likes and Dislikes About the Job

    What I dislike about my job: (OK, folks, this topic was a suggestion from someone. So, if you happen to be my boss reading this, please understand I truly mean every word I say. Including the fact that I know I work for a great company that does its best to respond to what we need. And considering some of the things that could happen - ...
    Posted to Real Life in Retail Health (Weblog) on June 11, 2009
  • The Changing Face of Pharma

    Over the past year or so, nurse practitioner organizations have received less and less financial support from the pharmaceutical industry for various events at national and state conferences. This started as a result of significant shifts in marketing practices that have nothing to do with the NP profession, and now is also a reflection of overall ...
    Posted to ADVANCE Voice: NP (Weblog) on March 24, 2009
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