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Communication in Healthcare: The Nurse-Physician Relationship

Communication in healthcare is one of those topics people generally meet with an eye roll when it comes up in a staff meeting or at a conference. Communication difficulties comprise interactions between nurses, patients and physicians, but frequently cited is the complex relationship between nurses and physicians. The SBAR (Situation, background, assessment, recommendation) tool for […]

Montessori Classroom Design: Early Education

In the early 1900s, Dr. Maria Montessori, an educator and the first female physician in Italy, created an educational method still practiced today. Starting with children with disabilities and then moving on to all children, she observed how children naturally absorb information and learn at different stages of their development. She built an education model […]

Montessori Normalization and Other Misunderstood Montessori Principles

Dr. Maria Montessori, Italy’s first female doctor, founded her first school based on her unique teaching method, which she developed while teaching children with disabilities in 1907. The Casa di Bambini opened to around 55 children between the ages of two and seven. Montessori education is most popular for early childhood. It is child-focused and […]

3 Things to Remember When You Forget About God

Is your life pretty good right now? Sure, you have worries, stresses and the natural ups and downs of life, but for the most part, I’m willing to bet that things are fine. So, what happens to your faith when things are fine? Pastor Lee Martin said, “When things are going really well, that’s when […]

RN vs BSN Salary: Advancing Your Nursing Career

Becoming a registered nurse (RN) typically involves obtaining an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). Recent developments in healthcare have led to ADN-prepared RNs continuing their education to boost employment opportunities. Salary figures reflect the focus on education, too. An RN with an associate degree versus an RN […]

Online Networking for Nurses

The internet gives people new ways to create communities. Now you can discuss and discover new topics not just with your family, friends and co-workers, but with people who have vastly different experiences than yours. As a professional, this can be life-changing. It can open new avenues for career advancement. It can bring news of […]

Emotional Intelligence Test

Have you ever thought about how to control your emotions during a stressful situation? Or considered a co-worker’s possible response before you deliver bad news? If so, that’s a sign of your emotional intelligence. Testing Your Emotional Intelligence Thankfully, emotional intelligence isn’t a skill we are born with, but something we can learn and improve […]

Taking The Reins of Your Business Career

Taking The Reins of Your Business Career Being in charge of your business career means knowing the path to your final goal. If an MBA is in your future, there are several concentrations to consider. Which one leads you to the finish line the fastest? Let’s catch the race. Lane 1 – Marketing Careers Public […]

Best Resume Skills to Impress Hiring Managers

It may not seem like it, but the United States is experiencing a faster rate of growth now than it did in the last decade. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 11.5 million new jobs to be added to the workforce by 2026, part of a 0.7 percent rate of job growth, more than […]

How Medical Biotechnology Is Advancing Modern Healthcare

Advancements in medical biotechnology have impacted millions of lives in the past few decades. From new vaccines developed to cure deadly diseases — such as during the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa in 2014 — to comprehensively mapping human DNA, the medical biotechnological industry has been on the forefront of technological advancement. Medical biotechnology […]