It is a fine line between caring for your patients and becoming too emotionally invested in their outcomes. How do you find the balance?
Whatever the definition may or may not be, burnout continues to be a widespread problem in the medical field, but the WHO is now calling it a “syndrome.”
Marlene Harris-Taylor, Ideastream
Across the country, many doctors, nurses and other health care workers have remained silent about what is being called an epidemic of violence against them.
The violent outbursts come from patients and patients’ …
by Julie Morris
Everyone has their own reasons for entering healthcare, but one common purpose we all share is the desire to help others. The problem is that in doing so, we sometimes put our own needs last, which can lead to career burnout. Howev…
by Patrick Bailey
The healthcare sector can be one of the most challenging, yet most rewarding fields to work in. When we niche down in healthcare even more, we see a sub-field in healthcare that yields a present relevance–rehabilitation centers….
by Emma Sturgis
Deciding to go to med school is a big decision. You don’t want to end up going through schooling, only to find out it’s not the right path for you. However, if you shadow doctors, you could come out ahead. Not only will it make you…
by Patrick Foster
Content marketing is one of the best ways to make patients aware of your medical practice. It’s measurable, works with budgets of all sizes, and has a great ROI.
To get the most out of content marketing you must use the tactics …
by Molly McGuane
No matter how severe the cancer diagnosis, patients and their families look towards their doctors and healthcare providers to lead them down a path towards treating the disease. Typically, cancer is treated in three ways: with che…
Experts believe that by 2030, these new branches and specialties will be in demand.
by Deborah Swanson
Ask any nurse working a holiday shift if they’d rather be home with their friends and family and they’ll likely say “yes.” However, patient needs don’t stop for the holidays, and most every nurse has to work at least a couple of…