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    Slam-dunk Your Professional Job Interview!

    “In any job interview, you should prove that in your life you’ve achieved the goals that you set out to accomplish,” says Mark Morales. “Let your greatest accomplishments speak for themselves, and be sure to express that you truly want the job.” Morales’ advice to allied health job seekers comes from extensive experience. He is

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    Careers in Occupational Therapy

    Welcome to the world of occupational therapy (OT). You are about to learn about a profession that can truly make a difference in a person’s life. As a practitioner in OT you can improve the lives of people, from newborns to the elderly, by providing them with the knowledge, skills and abilities to achieve independence

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    Correctional Facility Nursing

    With more than two million men and women in custody in American jails and prisons, there’s a great need for nurses to care for the correctional population. Nurses who can cast off their biases and follow strict security rules while helping inmates restore and maintain health could find an ideal career in correctional nursing, says

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    • 6 Tips to Help With Final Exam Stress

      6 Tips to Help With Final Exam Stress

      If the thought of your nursing school final exam schedule has you harried and anxious, it’s time to take a step back and figure out some tricks to help you get through this very stressful time. 1.Get Help If you don’t understand some of the material you know will be …
    • When Faced with Discrimination, Practice Mindfulness

      When Faced with Discrimination, Practice Mindfulness

      A patient calls you a racial slur. A coworker makes a racially charged statement. A family member makes a racial joke and anticipates you will laugh with them. How would you respond to such hurtful comments? Do you respond by confronting them verbally? Do you scold them? Or do you …
    • Standing Too Much? 5 Ways to Ease the Aches

      Standing Too Much? 5 Ways to Ease the Aches

      Do you chuckle every time you hear how bad too much sitting on the job is for your body? The last thing most nurses have to worry about is sitting too much. With packed days, nurses look forward to the few minutes they have to sit down. But did you …