Burn Therapy Could Be the Specialty You Need
Jul24

Burn Therapy Could Be the Specialty You Need

Burns are one of the most traumatic injuries the human body can endure.  Multiple body systems are simultaneously involved. Depending on the severity, burns can appear deceivingly non-threatening while doing most of their dirty work beneath the damaged skin. Damaged blood vessels dilate causing inflammation and edema are typically listed among many other life-threatening problems.  Once the patient is stabilized and undergoes graft...

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Occupational Therapy In Nursing Homes
Jun28

Occupational Therapy In Nursing Homes

In the past, nursing homes were largely regarded as an elderly person’s final residence. After living a long and independent life and then suffering a debilitating injury or chronic illness that compromises their independence, it was generally accepted that the person would be more than happy to spend the rest of the life in a state of peaceful rest and relaxation, playing cards in the community room and having their every personal...

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Important Healthcare Acronyms
Jun14

Important Healthcare Acronyms

It’s no secret that working in the healthcare field can be a hectic and rushed environment. With patients coming and going, communication a necessity, it’s no surprise that many healthcare professionals rely on acronyms to get his or her thought across. Not only are they used to communicate quickly and efficiently, but they’re also designed to help medical students and professionals retain information quickly. Below we’ll take a look...

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Interview and Resume Tips For Health Professionals
May23

Interview and Resume Tips For Health Professionals

We work with allied health recruiters and agencies on a daily basis. While the healthcare shortage is a serious issue, these professionals still stress that they’re not going to lower their standards simply to get positions filled. As a health professional, you’ll want to set your self apart from the pack during the recruiting process. As an employer, you’ll want to be able to identify the potential employees who are putting in the...

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Best Traits For Social Workers
May17

Best Traits For Social Workers

Social workers are often left to handle some of the most serious and oftentimes heartbreaking situations. Whether it’s a child that’s being neglected or someone who’s been dealing with substance abuse, it takes a special kind of person to become a social worker. Social workers work in government agencies, private businesses, schools, police departments, courts, hospitals, private practices, and many other types of workplaces. They’re...

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