Top Ways to Get Promoted at Work

How to make 2019 a turning point for your career Personal trainers, among other professionals, often discuss how January is their busiest time of year—dozens, even hundreds of potential clients attempting to arrange appointments in keeping with the spirit of their New Year’s resolutions…

Five Weight-loss Tips & Myths (Part 1)

Separating truth from reality is critical to weight-loss success Many people consider the “Battle of the Bulge” a never-ending war between themselves, their bodies, and their appetites. But as anyone who’s struggled or succeeded with weight loss knows, the mental aspect may be the…

Needlestick Tips

Needlestick injuries can be curtailed through proper education, vigilance and proactivity. Here are some basics to consider, when trying to reduce the incidence of this occupational hazard: Begin with preparation Education on how to handle all sharps devices that healthcare workers use is essential.…

10 Questions to Ask the Interviewer

In order to ace the job interview you have to know what to ask and when Job interviews may cause anxiety or feelings of nervousness, but they’re not meant to be interrogations. Rather, interviewees should remember to view the practice as an opportunity to…

Choosing the Right Wound Dressing

One patient comes to you with a leg wound that has been present for more than a month. Another, an elderly man on long-term oral steroids for treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, presents with a large skin tear on his arm that won’t…

Promoting Healthy Behaviors

The National Nurse Act proposes that the Chief Nurse Officer, a position within the U.S. Public Health Serivce, do double duty as the National Nurse for Public Health. Under the leadership of Teri Mills RN, MS, CNE, president, the National Nursing Network has been…

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