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Are you a new Grad APRN or Physician Assistant, here are 7 Tips for the new APRN or PA including questions to ask yourself while preparing for this new role
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.
Congratulations to Olubusola Hall, the UMMC class of 2019, and all the incredible Advanced Practice students who are graduating this May!
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.
The best job search tips for New NP grads in a free eBook! Learn the strategies that have helped thousands of Nurse Practitioners find a fulfilling job after graduation.
Becoming an NP leader means facing some pretty tricky situations. But with a few smart communication strategies, you’ll be able to come out on top of your career.
If you’re currently a Clinical Nurse Specialist or are considering pursuing a CNS career, our tips can help you chart a course to a satisfying work life.
Clinical rotations expose you to many areas of practice. If you’re a new PA grad, we’ll show you how to feature your experience on a resume and go after the job you really want!
Dr. Bolick explains why the effort you put in during the last months of your nurse practitioner program will pay dividends once you’re employed.