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How to Choose the Best Snacks For Your Workday

Jul 23, 2014

How many times have you been at work and your tummy began growling? You may often feel lethargic, lacking the energy you require. Proper nutrition is so crucial in terms of your overall health and productivity levels. Although WHAT you eat is extremely important, WHEN you eat also plays a role... Read more at Career Addict

100 Hospitals and Health Systems With Great Oncology Programs | 2014

Jul 23, 2014

Becker's Hospital Review has named the following hospitals to the 2014 edition of "100 Hospitals and Health Systems With Great Oncology Programs." These hospitals are leading the way in terms of quality patient care, cancer outcomes and research... Read more at Becker's Hospital Review

How to do a Long-Distance Job Hunt

Jul 23, 2014

Youíve found yourself in a right pickle here havenít you? You need to find a job in a city that you donít even live in. Thatís impossible you say. Well, youíre wrong! It may be difficult but it certainly isnít impossible. As long as youíre organised and honest with potential employers there shouldnít be a problem... Read more at Career Addict

30 Smart Answers To Tough Interview Questions

Jul 23, 2014

Some job interviewers ask tough questions to trip you up or to get you to reveal information you may be trying to conceal. Others want to get a better sense of your thought process or see how you respond under pressure. Whatever the reason, you'll want to be prepared... Read more at AOL

Minnesota physician shortage to emerge in next decade

Jul 23, 2014

A physician shortage will emerge in Minnesota in the next decade, according to a study conducted for the Minnesota Hospital Association. Current medical school graduation rates barely offset physician retirements, and an increase in demand due to the aging population will widen the gap, the study found. Lack of annual growth in Minnesota's graduate medical education system will create a deficit of nearly 850 primary care physicians by 2024... Read more at Fierce Healthcare

The Answer To the Doctor Shortage Isnít More Doctors

Jul 21, 2014

The answer to the doctor shortage isnít more doctors. Yesterday, the New York Timeís Editorial Board published a piece on the shortage of physicians in the United States and whatís needed for healthcare workforce redesign. Itís a good, concise piece about the common thinking around the gap between the needs of our growing patient population... Read more at The Health Care Blog

Doctors, nurses relying more on tablets in hospitals

Jul 21, 2014

Hospital employees are increasingly using mobile devices -- tablets, smartphones, and occasionally wearable computers such as Google Glass -- to access electronic medical records, both at the patient's bedside or in the operating room. Sometimes they use the devices to show patients their X-rays or other images... Read more at Daily Herald

70,000 NYC Healthcare Workers May Strike July 31

Jul 21, 2014

About 70,000 nurses and other caregivers at more than 100 healthcare facilities in New York City, represented by 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East, have approved a one-day strike for July 31 if a contract agreement is not reached. The union is in the midst of contract negotiations with the League of Voluntary Hospitals and Homes... Read more at Becker's Hospital Review

What Recruiters Really Want to See on Your Resume [INFOGRAPHIC]

Jul 21, 2014

Have you been meaning to update your resume? Even if youíre not actively job hunting right now, it never hurts to post a current version and see what kind of response you get from recruiters. And if youíre going to put in the effort to update it, you may as well incorporate the top items recruiters want to see. Take a look at this infographic from top job site... Read more at Careertopia

What's Up With the 20 Questions: Job Search

Jul 21, 2014

If you were building a new home, would you put the roof on before you dug the foundation? Would you put the windows in before you had the walls up? Would you install new carpet before the floor was finished? Would you? I have always found it interesting that some job seekers want to write a rťsumť before they have carefully considered their next move... Read more at Career Hub