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It can help you learn more about average PA pay in your area, the best and worst employers, and much, MUCH more.
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5 Responses Guaranteed to Shut Down Nurse Bullying as Soon as You See it

Nurse bullying will only truly disappear when every single nurse makes an effort to eliminate it.

5 Trends Shaping the Care NPs Will Provide in 2020 and Beyond

The demand for accessible, quality healthcare is undeniable. But in many communities across the country, there is a shortage of providers.  Enter nurse practitioners,...
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Average APP Salary Has Increased Since 2017 — But Still Not as High as in 2016

Unlike that of physicians, the average annual income for advanced practice providers has wavered from year to year.

These are 5 of the Biggest Problems with How Advanced Practice Providers are Compensated

As APPs gain more autonomy, they administer care in an increasingly similar way to physicians. But the way that employers pay them hasn't caught up.

The ICU vs. ED: What Pays Better?

Check out the average salary for RNs, NPs and PAs working in the ICU and ED, and see how it compares to the national average.

These Subtle Behaviors Give Away How Angry You Are—Even If You Don’t Realize It

People often say that it's better to release your emotions than to bottle them up, but is that true in the workplace? What about professional settings where...

These are the Most Common Causes of Burnout, Research Finds — Do You Agree?

A recent report from the National Academy of Medicine got the general public buzzing last week about something health professionals have known for years: Clinician burnout is...
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This Newly Certified Class of PAs is the Most Diverse the Profession Has Seen

If you need more proof that the PA profession is evolving, then look no further than the most recently certified group of physician assistants.

4 Simple, Low-Cost Team Exercises That Will Change Your Unit’s Culture

Poor team work can hurt patient care. Reversing a unit's culture may seem impossible, but these activities make it simple, inexpensive and most of all, fun.
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Does Burnout Really Lead to Worse Patient Care?

It's presumed that burnout drastically harms the quality of patient care, but previous research into the subject might be lacking...

7 Terms Nurses Should Stop Using — And 6 You Should Say More Often

"Just a nurse." This phrase is said often in healthcare settings, but it belittles the invaluable service nurses provide patients and the rest of the care team...

How Much Does the Average Nurse Make? RN Wages Depend on Many Factors

Medscape’s annual survey of the yearly compensation of registered nurses reveals that their full-time earnings don't reflect what one would expect with the steadily growing job market.
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Nurses Share Successful Strategies They’ve Tried to Stop Workplace Bullying

In theory, it's up to nurse leaders and administrators to deal with bullying at their facilities, but this often doesn't happen. Then, the responsibility falls on nurses themselves.

Magnet Conference 2019: What’s New This Year & Can’t-Miss Events

The annual Magnet Conference, hosted by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, kicks off Thursday, October 10, in sunny Orlando.
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How Severe is Your Burnout? This One-Question Test May Provide an Answer

This exercise can help you assess how close to burnout you really are and these tips can help you move past it.

3 Ways to Help Yourself After an Assault by a Patient

Roughly 75 percent of workplace assaults every year take place in healthcare settings. Nurses are the most likely to be victimized.
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10 Basic Cybersecurity Policies for Small, Medium and Large Healthcare Systems

Even among the most advanced healthcare organizations, implementing cybersecurity measures can be ineffective if not done consistently and with best practices in mind.
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4 Compelling Theories Why Nurses ‘Eat Their Young’

One of the reasons nurse bullying still persists is that no one truly knows why it happens.

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