Greetings Fellow Nurses and those who love nursing and who love and support nurses in their lives!
It has been an interesting few weeks and filled with many events - including several trips to the dentist. One thing I would recommend to all of you is to care for your teeth. Research finds a big connection between oral health and our overall health, especially heart health! So, even if you are a bit afraid of the dentist (like I am), its worth it twice a year to see your dentist and have that all important check up and cleaning. The old saying, a stitch in time saves nine" is appropriate - prevention is always less expensive and less time consuming than trying to fix it once broken. And that is true for all of our health care needs.
This week's article spotlights searching for a first or new employer. Finding the right employer is essential to professional growth and satisfaction. Many of us may be tempted to just put out applications and hope someone calls us back, however, we should take time to ensure that the facility is going to be in line with who we are as a person and as a nurse. There are several links in the article for websites which will help you find that "just right" employer. Good luck to all who are on a job search - especially with graduation just around the corner, finding that first job in nursing may well be under way.
Here's the latest article from the Nursing site at BellaOnline.com.
Finding Quality Employers
Spending a little time checking into potential employers can lead you to a long and fulfilling professional affiliation. Just as employers check out potential employees, employees should take time to check out potential employers. Come and learn a few tips on where to find important information.
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