Young and Already Burned Out By Nursing – Part 1

Employees, managers, and researchers agree that the new, young nurse needs to be mindful of occupational stress. A feeling of being “completely” overwhelmed, constant tiredness, a lack of empathy, little to no patience, and a high level of anxiety — these represent the symptoms…

Fifth Circuit Hearing Appears to Threaten Obamacare’s Future

Texas judge ruled in December that law should be struck Tuesday afternoon, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in Texas v. Azar and interrogated attorneys defending Obamacare’s individual mandate. They seemed deeply skeptical that the mandate can survive constitutional muster unless…

Contract Negotiation for Healthcare Professionals

Knowing your worth Andrew was a new graduate Family Nurse Practitioner. He was excited to sign on with a placement specialist who would help him find the perfect FNP job that was just the right fit for his skillset.  The search firm had found…

Kansas Becomes 31st State to Implement Nurse Licensure Compact

Sunflower State made it official on July 1 On July 1, 2019, Kansas joined 30 other states in implementing the nurse licensure compact (NLC), which allows for registered nurses (RNs) and licensed practical/vocational nurses (LPN/VNs) to have one multistate license, with the ability to…

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