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The Path to a Physical Therapy Career

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General Safety Tips While Traveling Solo

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Traveling to Rural Hospitals

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Where to Travel In Autumn

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Day or Night Shift? Pros and Cons of Both

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Advice on How to Prepare for Your Interview

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Does Experience Predict Success in Management?

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6 Reasons Nurses Choose to Travel

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Dealing With Loneliness While Traveling

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Essential Qualities of a Successful Traveler: Part 3

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Getting Your Mail on the Road

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Should I Move up to Pharmacy Management?

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    Exploring the Unique Experience of Temporary Staffing, the Associated Benefits, and Their Potential Impact on Your Career: Part 1

    In part one of this three-part series, I will discuss my experiences with temporary staffing assignments with emphasis on the lessons I learned from them. In part two, I will delve more into the associated benefits, and in part three, I will discuss the long-term positive impacts those experiences h...

    Bryan Mayfield Bryan Mayfield | October 10, 2019

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    The Job Interview: the Hiring Manager’s Perspective

    In this two-part series, I’ll cover what it is really like in the other person’s shoes; for applicants, it is helpful to understand what the hiring manager is thinking, while for hiring managers, it is helpful to understand what the clinician is thinking. If you are a clinician, here are the top thi...

    Alex Evans, PharmD Alex Evans, PharmD | October 08, 2019

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    The Path to a Physical Therapy Career

    All of the entry-level physical therapy programs in the United States are at the doctorate level, the Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Prerequisites for DPT programs include a bachelor’s degree with coursework in one of the following: human anatomy and physiology, biology, chemistry, social scienc...

    Allison Stringer, MS, PT, FAAOMPT, CHA Allison Stringer, MS, PT, FAAOMPT, CHA | October 03, 2019

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    Where to Travel In Autumn

    Traveling during the transition from summer to winter can have its advantages. Whether you’re seeking out the best places for fall foliage viewing, a way to escape the crowds, or a chance to embrace your spookier side, there are plenty of great travel options....

    Maureen Bonatch MSN, RN Maureen Bonatch MSN, RN | October 01, 2019

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    Traveling to Rural Hospitals

    Rural hospitals tend to have trouble drawing healthcare professionals of all levels to their facilities. Traveling to the countryside can be fulfilling and frustrating — often at the same time. ...

    Kurt Ullman, RN, BSPA, MHA Kurt Ullman, RN, BSPA, MHA | September 26, 2019

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    Day or Night Shift? Pros and Cons of Both

    There are pro’s and con’s to both shifts, and every person may like one or the other for different reasons. Sometimes it takes trial and error to figure out what really works for you. ...

    Kearstyn Fox, RN Kearstyn Fox, RN | September 24, 2019

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    Advice on How to Prepare for Your Interview

    If it’s been awhile since your last interview, or you want to ensure you’re the top pick in that prime travel assignment, it never hurts, and can only help, to do a little preparation....

    Maureen Bonatch MSN, RN Maureen Bonatch MSN, RN | September 19, 2019

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    Does Experience Predict Success in Management?

    Does experience really matter that much? After all, I’ve worked with a technician who had been at the pharmacy eight years but still could not run one of the most common insurance cards encountered in the pharmacy....

    Alex Evans, PharmD Alex Evans, PharmD | September 17, 2019

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    6 Reasons Nurses Choose to Travel

    Pursuing a career in travel nursing goes far beyond making more money and having a flexible work schedule. With travel nursing, you can experience a range of other benefits. Here are six potential benefits and core reasons why nurses choose to travel....

    Janine Kelbach, BSN, RNC-OB Janine Kelbach, BSN, RNC-OB | September 12, 2019

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    Dealing With Loneliness While Traveling

    Many of us look forward to finishing the workday to go home to unwind with family and friends — but what about if you’re aren’t heading home at the end of the day?...

    Maureen Bonatch MSN, RN Maureen Bonatch MSN, RN | September 10, 2019