Our nursing jobs require us to speak with physicians about our patients. But how many of us have anxiety over calling the physician on behalf of our patients? All of us, at one time in our careers, have been nervous. Our palms itch while we recite in our head exactly what we would like from the MD.
In an ideal world, there will be no stress in nursing. The nurse would arrive to work well rested, would have all of her personal affairs intact so as not to interfere with her work, and she would never need to go out for a smoke break.
If you find yourself on the “outs” with a doc, ask yourself, “Is this is a consistent problem or a one-time occurrence?” And if you answered “yes” to it being a repetitive problem, then you have just diagnosed a strained nurse-physician relationship
Is there a difference between getting a new job and advancing your nursing career? According to author and job search strategist Lisa Mauri Thomas, there is.
One statement we have all heard from mom is, “Treat others as you would like to be treated.” That moniker definitely applies to bedside nursing.
Nurses play an integral role in the healthcare system. This is why they have been correctly referred to as the heart of healthcare. Being a nurse is one of the most demanding professions in the world and needs a lot of dedication and commitment to the job.
10 characteristics of a successful real estate agent. Most home sellers have very little experience with real estate agents. For that reason they may not know a good real estate agent from a less than perfect agent, at least not until it is too late. An excellent real estate agent is like a conductor, guiding a group of resources towards a final goal: the sale of the house. Here are the top the characteristics of the real estate agents who do the best job.
Developing and maintaining a professional presence is vital to your success as a real estate agent.
Real estate salespeople, and other licensees who are required to work for and under the umbrella of a designated broker, are often referred to as real estate agents. In legal language, the term “agent” refers to the strictly defined relationship between a real estate salesperson and the buyers and sellers with whom he or she conducts business. An agent is an individual who is authorized and consents to represent the interests of another person. As an agent, you act to assist people through the process of buying, selling and renting land, homes and other properties.
What would it look like if this fall you were a little more in control of your life as nurse, a little happier, a little more excited? If you are tired of just going through the motions and are ready to add some pep to your step, try implementing a couple of these ideas to your nursing care plan!
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