How to Become A Nurse Educator or Pediatric Nurse

Nurse Educators

nurse jobs for the futureNurse instructors are signed up nurses with advanced education who are likewise teachers. Most work as nurses for a time period before committing their occupations (part-time or full-time) to enlightening future nurses.

Nurse educators function as faculty members in nursing schools and teaching hospitals, sharing their understanding and skills to prepare the next generation of nurses for effective practice. They establish lesson plans, instruct courses, assess educational programs, oversee pupils’ clinical practice and act as role models for their students. They may instruct “general” courses or concentrate on locations of expertise, such as geriatric nursing, pediatric nursing or nursing informatics. Continue reading

Originally posted 2016-04-27 01:17:48. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

7 In Demand and High-Paying Top Jobs in the Medical Field for 2016

A lot of people in today’s economy are thinking about going into the medical field. This is a very good idea since the need for health care services is continuously on the rise. First, the number of aging individuals who will require medical assistance is increasing. Secondly, the growth in the country’s population is seemingly ceaseless. Of course, one cannot deny that working is every human’s right and an essential need for living comfortably.

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However, one must be very careful when deciding on the specific career path to take. It would be easier to land a job if there is a real need for it. Here are some of the top jobs in the medical field for 2013:

Physician Aides

Before, nurses were often tasked to help doctors. Today, physician aides or assistants are hired for this. Their responsibilities include simple tasks such as interviewing patients to more difficult ones like interpreting diagnostic tests and even treating patients. However, all these must be done under the supervision of the physician. They can earn as much as $80,000 a year. Continue reading

Originally posted 2016-05-03 06:41:25. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Top Healthcare Careers For 2016 – 2017

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1. Physician Assistant

As necessity on doctors goes high, the Physician Assistant is growing to be a good way for patients to have care on time. The physical assistant is schooled to provide diagnostic advice, a bit of prevention healthcare as well as cater for clinical testing outcomes. Continue reading

Originally posted 2016-05-01 16:35:21. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

How to Become a Paramedic in 2016

Oil Rig Paramedics

Living on an oil rig while taking care of the ill and damaged can be amazing work. Oil rig paramedics are independent and extremely trained. These physician have access to a medical professional but work primarily by themselves. Working conditions are great, the pay is typically much better than what you would make on the mainland and excellent bonds are formed between employees. Twelve hours per day this could be the perfect task for you if you take pleasure in travel and do not mind working up to three weeks in a row.

All paramedics should get accreditation from the state they stay in. Contact your state’s licensing board to find out more about when certification examinations are held.

All paramedics should have CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) accreditation. Your state licensing board or neighborhood medical facility can assist you find courses for this certification. Continue reading

Originally posted 2016-04-27 13:55:43. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

How to Become a Certified Nurse Anesthetist

Advanced Practices Take Nursing Career to Next Level

Nursing is among the occupations in the highest demand locally and nationally, and offers excellent opportunities for good pay and benefits, but requiring a high degree of skill. Some nurses, however, choose to raise their skill level even higher, pursuing careers as advanced-practice nurses.

In Orange County, the occupation of registered nurse ranks 12th for projected job openings from 2010 through 2020, according to the California Employment Development Department. In the 10-year period, more than 7,200 job openings for RNs are projected, including 3,740 newly created jobs and 3,460 due to RNs leaving the occupation or the county. This will bring the total number of RNs in the county to 22,850 by 2020. Continue reading

Originally posted 2013-06-14 09:32:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

The Best Paying Future Medical Careers

Doctors, nurses, and also most medical professionals have daunting job responsibilities — as well as at times, the lives of others are in their hands. Because of this obstacle, and also because of the laborious training needed to work in the medical world, jobs in healthcare are at the top of the pay spectrum. In fact, the top-paying basic career in the United States is anesthesiology, cosmetic surgeons, orthodontists, obstetricians, gynecologists, and oral and maxillofacial cosmetic surgeons complete the top five best-paid medical careers.

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Medical occupations in general pay much better than the majority of average jobs, but a couple of specialized, strongly qualified positions in particular stand out from the rest. The average anesthesiologist will certainly make close to $200,000 a year, and also specialists are not far behind, making an average wage of $191,410. Orthodontists are coming to be sought after as well as their yearly revenues come in at $185,340. An additional team of medical professionals, obstetricians and also gynecologists, make an average of $183,600, and dental as well as maxillofacial cosmetic surgeons generate salaries around $178,440. Continue reading

Originally posted 2016-04-30 15:24:15. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Nurse Practitioners to Become More Independent Under Obamacare

Bracing for Obamacare: Nurse practitioners fill doc shortage gap

DEXTER, Ore. — It’s 8:15 a.m. on a warm July Wednesday and the parade of patients is already lining up for Mary Fey, a family nurse practitioner on the front lines of health reform in this rural community 100 miles south of Portland.

There’s the 32-year-old guy with a Hobo spider bite and high blood pressure, the 61-year-old with a sore shoulder from a tractor accident, the 9-year-old with allergies, the 91-year-old with dementia.

They all come to Fey, the sole primary care provider for nearly 30 miles in this region where doctors are in short supply – and the January launch of Obamacare is expected to make it worse.

“I’m pushing 1,500 patients now and that’s going to increase,” said Fey, 58, who refers to the coming changes as “the onslaught.” Continue reading

Originally posted 2014-06-17 06:15:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

What are the top 5 healthcare careers in 2016

The international healthcare industry offers a wide range of career opportunities for jobseekers. Considering diverse career possibilities, jobseekers should have a clear idea about which field of employment they want to enter. Before making a decision to take up an international job, candidates need to consider a number of things including international travel, employment and cost of living abroad among others. Language certification documentation is an important part of getting ready to occupy jobs internationally.

Students who aspire to find international jobs should also participate in study abroad opportunities while completing their graduate or undergraduate in school. There are various international education courses, internships and medical facilities that can help students prepare for their careers internationally. Continue reading

Originally posted 2016-09-17 21:49:22. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

What are the Best Medical Careers [Update] – 2016

Monster.com Survey Reveals Good Prognosis for Healthcare Employment Outlook

The survey also indicates these workers are healthily optimistic, with 81% of Healthcare workers confident about finding a job within the next 12 months. Registered nurses, physical therapists and occupational therapists are currently the top three occupations in demand, by volume of available jobs within the healthcare industry along with nursing, medical and home health assistants in supporting roles. Interestingly, the top markets with opportunities for these professions include some of the most sought after and most saturated job markets in the nation such as New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas and Houston2. More than one-third of respondents (34%) agree that there are more related job openings now than there were a year ago.

One area of dissatisfaction for healthcare employees is compensation. The survey found that few (20%) healthcare professionals believe their employers are willing to provide higher compensation compared to the previous year.

“This latest survey indicates stagnant compensation levels have left healthcare professionals dissatisfied, “said Jeffrey Quinn, Vice President of Monster’s Global Insights. “On a more positive note, about half (45%) of the surveyed participants agreed that their employers are willing to provide the time and training needed to support a job or job function. In addition, a majority (57%) believes hiring managers understand their skills and abilities. These survey results, in combination with current levels of demand for these skills, indicate Healthcare-related professionals have reason to be cautiously optimistic about their employment prospects.” Continue reading

Originally posted 2013-06-26 16:00:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Top 10 Highest Paying Nurse Specialties

Top 10 Highest Paying Nurse Specialties

After you finish nursing school, or if you’re considering going back for more training, choosing the right nursing specialty becomes your chief focus.

With so many specialties to choose from, many prospective nurses find it difficult to just pick one, but with nearly every specialty requiring candidates to pass a series of exams and fulfill a period of on-the-job training, time is of the essence!

Pay should not be your only consideration when deciding on a specialty, but the list below of the highest paying nursing specialties, provided by our friends at NursingLink.com, is a good primer on which types of nurses have the greatest earning potential. Continue reading

Originally posted 2013-09-06 00:00:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter