Author: Jill Gilliland
The first 90 days as an Advanced Practice Leader are critical for your long-term success. Learn five steps to have a strategy to enact positive change in your organization quickly.
Learn how NPs and PAs can advocate for full practice authority by understanding credentialing and privileging in their organizations. Advice from experts helps you bring positive change to your organization.
Learn nine steps to create a good orientation program for your new NPs and PAs. Creating a learning environment is good for your organization too!
In a competitive job market, it pays to stand out! We have nine selling points you can use to show candidates what’s so great about working for your hospital or clinic.
Multistate licenses, also known as licensure compacts, are making it easy for Registered Nurses to work across state lines without the hassle of getting a new license. That’s great, so why don’t Nurse Practitioners and other APRNs have the same advantage? We explain.
Clinical rotations during your MSN program help build your competency as an NP. Learn why it’s essential to feature clinicals on your resume.
Wondering if that NP or PA job is the one for you? Look for these five clues during the interview before you decide.
We’re sharing five fresh ideas for planning a successful on-site PA or NP job interview. Get your recruits talking about their interview experience!
Conflict at work left you speechless? Use these phrases to address issues in the workplace assertively and professionally.
New NP or PA Grad? No problem! Here’s the advice you need to crush your interviews and prove you have what it takes to do the job.
The cost of turnover for a new hire of a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant is estimated to be approximately $250,000 -$300,000.
Congratulations to Olubusola Hall, the UMMC class of 2019, and all the incredible Advanced Practice students who are graduating this May!
Learn why NPs and PAs who work inpatient jobs typically earn more money than their peers who work in outpatient.
Three reasons why APRNs and PAs should consider a new Post-Graduate Certificate Program in Advanced Practice Leadership. Could this be your fast-track to a leadership career?
Protected time leads to greater job satisfaction, more productivity, and increased profitability for Advanced Practice Providers.
Jennifer Rodgers’ recent promotion to VP of Advanced Practice at UCHealth represents a significant step forward for AP Leadership.
Every nurse practitioner wants to have a rewarding career. Learn the five factors that will either make or break your job satisfaction.
Dr. Paula Brooks explains a successful approach to standardize billing practices and increase productivity for APPs at MUSC
Your guide to conference sessions, jobs, and sightseeing at the NAPNAP 40th Annual Conference. We can’t wait to see you there!
Are you an APRN or PA who is Interested in stepping up to a leadership position? I Here’s what you might expect to earn in an advanced practice leader job.
Melnic’s best wellness advice for Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants. Renew your body, soul, and mind for the New Year.!
Would you pack your bags and move to a different city if it meant you’d get a great job as a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant AND a higher salary?
At the core of a strong Advanced Practice Provider (APP) team, you’ll nearly always find a strong APP Leader. Do you have what it takes?
If you are an Advanced Practice Provider without a defined APP Leader, understanding what is expected of you can be confusing. We have advice to help you handle it.
Jennifer Rodgers DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC shares how she’s overcome challenges and championed Advanced Practice Providers at the University of Colorado Hospital and School of Medicine.
The Melnic Advanced Practice Salary Guide has a full breakdown of employer-provided benefits for NPs, PAs and CNS roles. We’re your friends with info on benefits!
It’s a competitive job market, so it’s easy to assume that salaries for NPs, PAs, and CNS positions must be going up, right? Not necessarily.
Our fabulous recruiters have the experience and expertise to help you navigate the job search process. Here’s what they wish every NP and PA knew.
Are you a vibrant, intellectual Advanced Practice Leader with a fun, casual side? If so, you might feel right at home in Charlottesville, Virginia.
People are calling Chattanooga, Tennessee “The Best Town Ever.” For Neonatal Nurse Practitioners, Chattanooga is a smart career move with an affordable cost-of-living and great job opportunities.
What matters most for weight loss: diet or exercise? We asked Rebecca Walker, Managing Partner of Cambiati Wellness Programs to answer this common question.
We asked Rebecca Walker, Managing Partner of Cambiati Wellness Programs to explain how Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants can increase their energy levels through diet.
We have a game plan for your all-day, on-site NP or PA interview. Handle back-to-back meetings, panel interviews, and shadowing your prospective employer without breaking a sweat!
Nursing school may be behind you, but what if the PNP Acute Care Exam stands in your way? If you’re in this situation, we have a strategy to help you succeed.
If you’re a new nurse practitioner, you owe it to yourself to find a job after graduation that offers a strong orientation program.
Just when you need the confidence to land your first Nurse Practitioner job, you’re facing the biggest leap in your career. Here’s why you should believe in yourself now more than ever.
There are great job opportunities for APRNs and PAs in the field of mental health. Thinking about making the leap into a psych career? Here’s how.
Mental illness is the world’s leading cause of disability. But, as a APRN or PA, your holistic, patient-focused approach to treatment can make a world of difference.
We can think of at least three reasons you deserve to be appreciated for inspiring, innovating, and influencing us every day!
May is Mental Health Month! Let’s recognize all the ways NPs and PAs are helping to change the perception of mental illness through compassion, empathy, and understanding.