In the spirit of National Nurses Week, here is a humorous interpretation of a few of the realizations you’ve likely had at one point or another during your nursing career. Enjoy! 1. When you realize that you will never have soft, manicured hands again.
When Jimmy Fallon sits down to write his weekly thank you notes on “The Tonight Show,” he is mocking a practice that some people may feel is as dated as a ruffled, powder blue tuxedo circa 1981. Jimmy asks James, the keyboard player from The Roots to play some “thank you note-writing music,” as he
I think it’s safe to say that the challenge of recruiting and retaining top talent is an initiative for every healthcare organization. As Baby Boomers begin to retire, Millennials are going to be filling their jobs, and it’s estimated that more than 600,000 registered nurses and 160,000 physicians will retire within the next eight years. There
HCAHPS, HCAHPS, HCAHPS! If you work in a patient-facing role in a hospital, you’re probably familiar with the HCAHPS (Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems) Survey. The national standardized survey publicly reports patients’ perspectives of hospital care with questions focused on the following aspects of a patient’s experience: communication with doctors and nurses,
This is a guest blog by Meghan Doherty, our Content Marketing Specialist at HealthcareSource. Meghan is responsible for our educational content development pertaining to the HealthcareSource Quality Talent SuiteSM and manages our white papers, surveys, thought leadership webinars, social media channels, and the HealthcareSource Blog. Connect with Meghan on LinkedIn. Earlier this year, we launched the HealthcareSource HR
Being a recruiter isn’t the easiest of jobs. You have hundreds of applicants per position and usually only a select few make it through the interview process to become top candidates. When you’re on your quest for the ideal candidate you may come across a few less than perfect prospects–whether it’s their lack of professionalism,
If you ask a group of nurses why they decided to go into nursing, the overwhelming response will probably be, “Because I wanted to help others.” Helping patients through direct clinical care is what many nurses want to focus on ─ management may not be a planned career choice, but a thing they step into due to
Happy New Year! To kick off the new year right, with a little humor, I thought I’d share the stages of your day as a talent acquisition professional. Don’t worry HR or Organizational Development professionals out there — I’ll post something soon that’s just for you. Here at HealthcareSource, we’re always talking to our customers
This post is an excerpt from our white paper Journey to Magnet Excellence®: How Talent Management Influences Nursing Distinction. In this white paper, we discuss how hospitals with ANCC Magnet Recognition® focus on developing and maintaining a culture committed to advancing nursing practice and nursing excellence in alignment with a hospital’s strategic goals.
This is a guest blog by Meghan Doherty, our Content Marketing Specialist at HealthcareSource. Meghan is responsible for our educational content development pertaining to the HealthcareSource Quality Talent SuiteSM and manages our white papers, surveys, thought leadership webinars, social media channels, and the HealthcareSource Blog. Connect with Meghan on LinkedIn. According to SproutSocial, 14.4 million people have used