Long hours, heavy caseloads, tedious documentation—PTs, OTs, and SLPs have all reported feeling those burdens. Here are steps you can take to beat burnout.
When it comes to jobs, the healthcare sector remains strong, accounting for 16.5% of the total jobs added in the U.S. in August.
Mandated staffing ratios are set to head to a vote in November in one state, after years of nurses fighting for safer nurse-to-patient numbers, but it may not be an easy win.
The statement, which was made in the Women in Medicine issue of the Dallas Medical Journal, has prompted viral levels of backlash across the internet.
There are techniques and processes you can develop to make your life easier when dealing with the oft-labeled “bureaucratic nightmare” of insurance companies.
The first large-scale study of NPs and PAs in oncology shows that not only are advanced practitioners directly involved in patient care, but they also like their jobs.
Americans have zero immunity against the deadly H7N9 flu, and China is refusing to share much-needed samples with U.S. Researchers hoping to combat a potential outbreak.
More than 80% of PTs and PTAs report experiencing sexual harassment at some point in their career, a staggering number that has not declined since it was first reported 20 years ago.
The gift box, created and curated by two COTAs, keeps senior citizens connected to their families, while also keeping them active, independent, and engaged.
Y Combinator’s Demo Day saw the launch of giants such as Dropbox and Airbnb, and now a quarter of this year’s featured tech startups fall into the bio space, including healthcare.