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Unlock Your Path: How to Become an Orthopedic Physician Assistant

By Physician Assistant, Physician Assistant / Nurse Practitioner
We're here to guide you through the exciting journey of becoming a physician assistant who specializes in orthopedics - a vital role among healthcare professionals dedicated to orthopedic care. At first glance, Orthopedics is a singular specialty. But, as we will see, Orthopedics is a widely varied specialty and a...
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How to Hire the Best Orthopedic Physician Assistant Fast

By Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, Physician Assistant / Nurse Practitioner
When it's time to expand your provider team, hiring the best Orthopedic Physician Assistant is critical. The recruitment process needs to be as precise and detailed as the care your patients expect. With patient health and office morale on the line, selecting the best qualified candidate to join your practice...
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Physician Assistant Guide to Social Media: Boost Your Career and Professional Growth

By Physician Assistant, Physician Assistant / Nurse Practitioner
Nurse Practitioners and Physicians Assistants can use social media as a way to communicate with potential employers and health professionals. You can use profiles on sites like LinkedIn to draw attention to your accomplishments and advance your career. Think of yourself as a personal brand. What do you want to...
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How to Write an AI-Proof Physician Assistant Resume & FAQs

By Physician Assistant, Physician Assistant / Nurse Practitioner
With the world abuzz about AI, are you looking for a competitive edge to help ensure you can AI proof your Physician Assistant resume and land a job offer for your dream job? This article quickly outlines how AI is increasingly used to screen and rank Curriculum Vitae and the...
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2nd Year PA Five Things to Know Before Graduating

By Physician Assistant, Physician Assistant / Nurse Practitioner
The Top 5 Things That a 2nd Year PA Needs to Know How to be a Viable Job Candidate Upon Graduating from Your PA Program Congratulations, as a 2nd year PA you are getting ready to graduate and go to work! In today’s competitive job market, more and more new...
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Care for Caregivers: Preventing Physician Burnout

By Physicians, Resources for Healthcare Providers
Caring for the Caregiver Understanding the importance of the work environment to ward off burnout in our Physicians as we enter year two of the pandemic As the pandemic tolls on, our healthcare system continues to be taxed like never before. Everyone has grown weary of non-stop reports of Covid...
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Tax Time: PA’s and NP’s Maximize profitability

By Physician Assistant, Resources for Healthcare Providers
Tax Time: An opportunity to maximize your profitability As tax time draws near, it’s a good time to put a spotlight on your financial situation. Heading into tax season in the midst of a global pandemic sounds like a whole lotta fun, right? Perhaps you're without power or water as...
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PA or NP | Can I afford this job?

By Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, Resources for Healthcare Providers
The Cost of PA or NP Programs and the Burden of Student Loans How to consider a healthcare career move from a financial standpoint. Graduates of PA or NP programs are often saddled with student loan debt as they enter the workforce. While debt can seem daunting and imperative to...
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How to land the best Healthcare job, the first time!

By Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, Physician Assistant / Nurse Practitioner, Resources for Healthcare Providers
Landing a great first job is everyone’s dream, but not everyone’s reality. We often see healthcare workers struggling in environments that aren’t well suited to them. They lose steam on a profession they have spent the last few years completely devoted to in training, simply because they didn’t realize how...
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Beyond Burnout: Moral Injury in Healthcare Workers

By Resources for Healthcare Providers
Is the term "Burnout" being overused? The healthcare industry has been talking about Physician "Burnout" for decades, but this concept is no longer resonating with those in the healthcare industry. Providers and their colleagues are moving away from the term as it implies that the individual is the source of,...
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