Despite nursing being a noble profession, the sexy nurse stereotype refuses to die. With Halloween (and scores of women dressed as such) rapidly approaching, we take a look at why, and what you can do to stop it.
Nurses, physicians, and other professionals working in trauma centers know fully well that, at any time of day or night, ambulances and vehicles filled with victims could arrive after a violent situation unfolds.
You’ve heard of locum tenens, but you may be overlooking signs that it’s right for you. Here are a five to look out for.
In 2010, the Affordable Care Act created 57 teaching health centers nationwide to serve areas with large unmet medical needs, and to begin to alleviate the primary care doctor shortage.
There’s arguably no better time for NP’s to call their own shots, and no better time for healthcare administrators to apply this talent solution to meet their community’s need for care.
PAs have been moving healthcare forward since 1967, and that’s definitely something worth celebrating.
The pharmaceutical industry fears major legislation that would curb prices and shrink profits, and has launched campaigns against it—but how honest are their claims?
The National Science Foundation recently issued 27 new grants totaling more than $8 million to promote “diversity and inclusion” in STEM fields.
Here are a few key takeaways from this year’s Ascend conference, which therapy professionals can put into action whether or not they attended this past weekend.
October is the time to recognize the impact PTs and PTAs have on their patients’ lives and in their communities.