A series of tips for travel therapists about taking time off in between assignments, including activity and trip ideas, and advice for staying organized during the vacation planning process.
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COVID-19 and a wave of retiring medical technologists (MTs) have resulted in a wealth of medical technologist jobs, including travel assignments.
“At any given time, we have approximately 100 or more jobs available throughout the U.S. and with many different shifts and available start dates,” said Tiena McCrary, Club Staffing senior principal recruiter. “But now we have over 250 available positions from Alaska to Hawaii, New York to California, and back down to Florida.”
Even so, the job market for traveling medical technologists can be competitive, so travelers and their recruiters must work together to ensure that their candidate profile is current and that travelers are flexible enough to be considered for many opportunities. And the process starts with having an exceptional resume.
Medical professionals at every experience level need to know which mobile lab apps are available to support accurate and timely point of care decisions. Questions related to ordering and interpreting labs tests come up in both inpatient and outpatient care, so you need to be prepared. Check out our list to find the best lab apps for your clinical needs.
Blood draws are an unpleasant for most people and are especially traumatic for those who suffer from a needle phobia. To keep your patients from canceling their next blood tests, check out these seven tips on keeping your patients comfortable during blood draws.
As a certified respiratory therapist, you may be wondering whether you should take the steps to earn your registered respiratory therapist credentials. Find out how advance from a CRT to an RRT and whether making the transition is the right move for you.