How to Evaluate Offers for a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Career

February 9, 2015

As you prepare to transition to clinical practice from your nurse practitioner, physician assistant, or other advanced-practice clinician training program, you are likely to receive a variety of job offers.  Choosing among these offers can be a tough task, especially when combined with the other professional and personal responsibilities... Read More

How to conduct interviews effectively

August 7, 2014

Image Credit: Chiaki Hayashi     While the entire recruitment process is designed to help you identify the right physician candidates for your hospital’s staff, interviews are the best method in truly understanding what each candidate has to offer so you can make an informed hiring decision. Here are... Read More

Unearthing the Best Physician Candidates

July 31, 2014

Image credit: Julie Walraven     As a member of a hospital’s recruitment team, this year’s wave of physician candidates for you to pick from is here. While the great variety of potential candidates you have gives you the ability to be discerning in who you pick, it’s important... Read More

Social Media Etiquette for Residents and Physicians

July 17, 2014

We’ve all heard stories about how someone’s social media use/lack of filter led to personal and professional consequences, ranging from minor embarrassments to serious problems. As a medical professional, you’re vulnerable to suffering some personal or professional harm due to any actions you take on social media, as did... Read More

Top Causes of Physician Burnout

July 10, 2014

Image Credit: Eric Biagas     For physicians, stress comes as an inescapable part of the job. Dedicating yourself to healing and caring for those in need can often introduce you to challenging situations. It’s therefore not surprising that stress often takes a toll on physician, causing them to... Read More