To round out an excellent month of career tips – including how to begin your research, lessons learned in clinical practice, using your health professions degree abroad, your career foundations built on medical terminology, and using complexity leadership skills in a career setting – today we’ve got some Q&A-style career advice from Jill E. Winland-Brown EdD, MSN, FNP-BC, author of two of our favorite texts for Nurse Practitioners. (You can see more about the books below, and click through for Jill’s straightforward advice for new grads!)
“The universe is full of magical things, patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.”
– Eden Phillpotts
Research can be an enjoyable, stimulating, and fascinating activity to engage in along one’s professional journey. Often anyone who is required to write a research thesis starts out overwhelmed by the idea, yet comes to enjoy the challenge and ends up feeling proud of the results. Great satisfaction can be derived from completing this exacting, often complex, and always stimulating process.
Are you traveling for your association this summer? Let us know! We always come with presents.
AST – Surg-Tech Annual Conference
San Antonio, TX
May 12th – 13th
North West Private Sector Meeting (NWCCF Annual Conference)
May 14th- 15th
ACICS – Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools
Las Vegas, NV
May 26th- 28th
To continue our theme of “Stress Relief” this April, this edition of our health care Link Roundup will feature links to stress-related news, tips for stress management, and more.
Once again, we’re rounding up the best resources we’ve come across for anyone interested in health care, education, publishing, and more.