7 Medical Memoirs You Should Definitely Check Out
Aug03

7 Medical Memoirs You Should Definitely Check Out

Searching for your next read? Look no further! We decided to put together a list of some of the most powerful medical memoirs from the past two decades or so. For locum tenens physicians especially, reading is a great way to pass the time on a plane ride to your assignment. Keep reading to find out our top picks! 7 Must-Read Medical Memoirs 1. When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi If you’re looking for a moving,...

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The Importance of ENT Health Month For Kids
Feb01

The Importance of ENT Health Month For Kids

In just a few hours ENT Health Month For Kids will be well underway. The month-long celebration is designed to promote awareness and education for ear, nose, and throat related issues. National health statistics reveal that pediatric ear, nose, and throat disorders remain among the primary reasons children visit a physician, with ear infections ranking as the number one reason for an appointment. From earaches to choking hazards, kids...

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Drug and Alcohol Facts Your Patients Should Know
Jan22

Drug and Alcohol Facts Your Patients Should Know

With National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week kicking off today, it’s important to realize just how important awareness of the issue is. During National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week, scientists and experts focus on educating teens. But, it’s also important to educate patients. You most likely come across plenty of cases that drugs or alcohol have played a part in. This is the time to educate patients and to back up your advice with solid...

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Travel Meal Ideas for Locum Tenens Physicians
Dec06

Travel Meal Ideas for Locum Tenens Physicians

As the sun sets, Jane tosses the last of her things into the trunk of her car. She slams it shut, and her thoughts wander to the open road. Tomorrow morning will be the start of her next adventure. She’ll be traveling by car to her newest locum tenens physician contract, from Pennsylvania to Tennessee. She faces a 13-hour drive alone, and she will most likely be living in a motel for most of her stay. Although she’s got everything...

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Proper Sleep Habits for Doctors | Quick Tips
Nov01

Proper Sleep Habits for Doctors | Quick Tips

If you’ve been tirelessly working long shifts, you’re well aware of the struggle — your head starts to swim, focus falls apart, and you can become confused. Experiencing all of this during the middle of your shift at a bustling hospital or clinic makes something rather obvious… proper sleep habits for doctors are incredibly important! Although you’d expect healthcare professionals and doctors to recommend a good night’s rest without...

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Bystander First Aid | Stop the Bleeding
Oct20

Bystander First Aid | Stop the Bleeding

Now weeks after the tragic shooting in Las Vegas, many stories have come to light about the heroic actions of concert goers. With so many injured, the medical workers were simply unable to help everyone in need. However, complete strangers responded in admirable ways to help save the lives of those around them. That being said, how could someone with no medical background know how to respond in an emergency situation? Many public...

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