We define the difference between part time vs per diem in nursing to help you understand each staffing type. This will help you pick the right role for you based on your individual needs.
If you work in healthcare, you should have gotten your flu vaccine by now with flu season in full swing. The only exceptions are those who are immune compromised or truly allergic to the ingredients, such as eggs.
If you are reading this, let me take a guess at why. You probably want to know staffing implications? Let's define progressive care vs. intensive care and then dive into staffing.
Generation Z will mostly like enter the workforce quickly and look for other avenues outside of school loans, such as ROTC and employer benefits to pay for education. They also are more mindful of financial issues, future careers and concerned about acquiring debt right away.
Our salary surveys and articles are a benefit to both nurses who want to ensure they're earning a fair wage and for employers who want to remain competitive while recruiting and retaining top talent.
Generation Z may also go with the names of the “Homeland Generation,” iGeneration, Gen Tech, as well as “The Founders.” Members of this generation were born between 1996 and 2015, and some are starting to enter nursing school.
Men in nursing make about $6,000 more than female nurses, according to a Nurse.com salary report. What can close this gender pay gap? The report says obtaining nursing certification can help.
Organizations do a variety of things — from giveaways to receptions — to recognize nurses during Nurses Week. But does this serve the original intent of this week?
The flu vaccine seems to trigger a wide range of responses even from healthcare professionals and individuals who are vaccinated in all other areas.