Some states prove to be a safer bet in terms of finding a job in healthcare, due to the sheer number available. Here are the states with the most right now.
Almost all nurses have experienced nursing fatigue at some point in their careers; try these seven strategies to combat the effects of it.
Physicians and Nurse Practitioners have been battling it out online in the form of open letters this past week, with both calling on the AMA to step in.
Women make up more than 60% of the healthcare workforce, so it makes sense that healthcare employers would make it on the list of Best Employers for Women.
Whether or not you are actively searching for a new therapy job, keeping your résumé current is always smart. Here are some tips to get yours in top shape.
The primary care physician shortage has long been predicted, and as less and less American med students choose that path, it is sure to become a reality.
June has rolled over to July—the rainbow-tinted marches have halted and the pride flags have been folded up and tucked away. But transgender patients still need care, quality care, which, in many cases, they are not receiving.
The Fourth of July is upon us (happy birthday, America!) and, with it, no shortage fireworks—and the injuries that come with them.
A recent survey of physical therapists has found time consuming administrative tasks negatively impact outcomes, and contribute to clinician burnout.
The American Medical Association is suing over two abortion-related laws, because they force physicians to lie to patients, “to commit an ethical violation.”