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Medical Assisting 101: Reporting Lab Work to Patients Alexander Belkin

Medical Assisting 101: Reporting Lab Work to Patients

Patients go to the doctor all the time, coughing, sneezing, and with a sore throat. Most times, the provider diagnoses the patient with an upper respiratory infection with no need for lab wo

What I Wish I’d Known About Travel Nursing Stephanie Johannsen

What I Wish I’d Known About Travel Nursing

Big money, adventure, excitement! Even with 20 years of clinical experience, I was still quite naïve about what it meant to be a “traveler.” Here’s what I wish I’d known about being

How I Passed My PTCB Exam on the First Try Sadie Black

How I Passed My PTCB Exam on the First Try

So, your goal is to become a licensed CPhT (Certified Pharmacy Technician)? Maybe you’ve spent the last several months in school, maybe you’re currently working, but now is the time to t

How to Find (and Land) Your First Occupational Therapist Job Renee Leuschke

How to Find (and Land) Your First Occupational Therapist Job

Finally! Your occupational therapist program is over and it’s time to study for the NBCOT exam (congrats if you have already taken it!). After all your hard work you deserve a breather—b

The RN’s Guide to Survival in a Chaotic ED Eileen Johnson

The RN’s Guide to Survival in a Chaotic ED

Admit it. If you’re an Emergency Department (ED) nurse, you’re probably an adrenaline junkie. You know the signs and symptoms: Your heart begins to race and your pupils dilate when you h