Jobs that were once the stuff of science fiction are now actual careers in the healthcare industry and on their way to becoming mainstream. They include synthetic organ designer, on-site 3D printing engineer, and artificial intelligence expert.
There are so many rewarding career opportunities for physician associates and nurse practitioners. Let's explore some of the top careers for both of these occupations, average salaries, and how they might work within emergency medicine.
Working with patients to help them improve their mental well-being is incredibly rewarding. As more demand is anticipated for psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners, now is a good time to learn more about this lucrative career path.
As rates of childhood obesity continue to rise, those who've chosen the career of pediatric nurse practitioner are ideally suited to help stem the tide with their knowledge, and their patient, focused, one-on-one approach that allows for the ups-and-downs of behavior change.
In need of more healthcare workers, Maine has inviting programs in place to increase staffing numbers. Maine State Senator Chip Curry recently took to a local newspaper to encourage his constituents to consider healthcare as a career and showed them how to start the process.
If you've entertained the thought of "going rural," now's the time to enjoy the benefits that include competitive compensation, great quality of life, and a feeling of really belonging at work and in the community.
Yes, the nursing shortage is bad, but what's worse is the looming possibility that even more nurses want to quit due to working conditions exacerbated by COVID-19. That's the finding of healthcare software platform provider Hospital IQ.
Here's a quick update on everything your new career center has to offer, plus a few tips for how you can make the most of it, whether you're actively looking for a new healthcare job or just want to stay at the top of your career game.
Demands for greater accessibility to health education at New Jersey's Rowan University has led to an evolution of a School of Nursing and Health Professions. The school views healthcare through a holistic and multidisciplinary lens.
With America's mental health needs far greater than can be met, the addition of nurse practitioners to the healthcare workforce brings more resources for patients in need. Johns Hopkins School of Nursing has added a new Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner track.