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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3 Reasons to Write Your Own Allied Health Blog
Jun12

3 Reasons to Write Your Own Allied Health Blog

Traveling throughout the country as a therapist or allied health professional brings countless new experiences. When you’re just starting out in your career it can feel like there’s a new lesson every assignment. Really, that never quite ends no matter how long you’ve been in the field! Taking the time to document your travel therapy experiences can be one of the most productive ways to advance your career. Just a quick search through...

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Market Yourself as an Allied Health Grad | The Basics
Jun07

Market Yourself as an Allied Health Grad | The Basics

Graduating as an allied health student is one of the most exciting points in your career! After all of those years of hard work and career-building experiences it’s finally time to set out on your first assignments. For many, allied health travel jobs represent an ideal way to jump into the industry. You get to visit all sorts of different locations, treat unique patients and populations, all while working in a field you love! Still,...

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Responding to In-Flight Emergencies | What’s Your Role?
May25

Responding to In-Flight Emergencies | What’s Your Role?

You’ve seen in it movies and may have even heard it in person, but “is there a doctor on the plane?” can be a very real question. For allied health professionals traveling throughout the country, this is one scenario that actually comes up more often than you might think. While there’s a good chance medical doctors are present during the flight, you may be the only trained healthcare professional aboard. Unfortunately, many don’t...

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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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5 Common Allied Health Myths
May04

5 Common Allied Health Myths

It’s far too easy to avoid doing something just because you’ve heard “bad things about it.” When it comes to your career, you want to make the right moves because your time is valuable. Allied health jobs cover such a wide range of different specialties and areas of medicine, it’s no wonder why these professionals are some of the most flexible in the industry. Add travel to the mix and there’s no limit as to what you can achieve in...

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