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It’s worth it to put all your effort into communicating effectively with your recruiter or anyone for that matter. The term ghosting is very popular in today’s digital age; it seems to be the norm to ignore rather than face all of your communication with respect. You have likely experienced ghosting during a job search,… Read more »

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Whether we are talking about Physician Anesthesiologist or CRNA’s; healthcare professionals at all levels can experience burnout. Healthcare professionals do whatever it takes to survive school, work, and family life. But, survival skills don’t provide an acceptable quality of life. The only way to survive is to know the Burnout symptoms before it becomes an… Read more »

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For more than 150 years, Certified Nurse Anesthetists have been providing anesthesia care to patients throughout the United States. CRNA’s together in collaboration with Surgeons, anesthesiologists, and other qualified healthcare professionals have provided anesthesia care to many patients, they have been working with credentials since 1956. Throughout the years, both Physicians and CRNAs have provided… Read more »

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Organizations are ultimately looking to hire the right candidate. They are looking for the right characteristics, skills, and personality traits that are needed to do the job successfully. Are you ready for your next interview? It takes more than knowing your profession; it takes preparation and proper interviewing skills. When preparing for your next CRNA… Read more »

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If you are new Anesthesiologist Physician chances are that you will soon be engaging in the job interview process. To ensure that you make the best impression and navigate the interview process with confidence, you need to get acquainted with some useful interviewing tips. Our team put together the tips below to help you with… Read more »

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If you are considering changing careers and becoming a CRNA, now is the time to start. CRNA’s provide critical care at the most significant times in patients’ lives. The nurse anesthetist is responsible for safely administering anesthesia before surgical procedures, and overseeing the patient until recovery after each surgery. That is why the requirements involve… Read more »

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The countdown begins it’s the last couple of days of the year, how are you going to end it? As a Physician Anesthesiologist and a CRNA, this time of year can be stressful, and it can also be empowering. It takes recognizing and reflecting on your part to make sure you are ending the year… Read more »

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It takes a specific character to be a successful Physician Anesthesiologist. If you have some interest in anesthesia, keep in mind that it involves unique demands that most won’t tolerate. But, the rewards are great as they earn a comfortable living. According to the department of labor, anesthesiologists’ salaries are among the highest of all… Read more »

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If you are a hardworking, exceptional CRNA, then it’s time for you to start showing yourself a little self-care. When you are caught up with work, family, and projects, it’s easy to forget about health and wellness, that’s why It’s time to start focusing on small shifts to begin having a healthier life. There is… Read more »

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CRNA’s need to learn how to manage their risks to reduce the possibility of malpractice lawsuits. CRNA’s play a critical role in patient care that makes them vulnerable if anything goes wrong. It is essential to understand that the services that CRNA’s provide promote safe and effective patient care. Therefore, that’s why it is so… Read more »