'Professional Development' Category Posts
For many Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners, working in surgery is a very exciting and rewarding part of their career.
Looking to build your CV? Want to know the difference between a CV and a resume? Learn how to use your CV as your professional roadmap.
It is human nature to want to have an impact. Finding passion in your work is a key ingredient to loving your job. Clinical leaders, APRNs, and PAs can grow professionally at work by identifying their passion.
Clinical leaders face unprecedented challenges in today’s healthcare environment. Leadership skills can be learned, take time to develop your skills. Here are 5 essential traits for clinical leaders.
Team building thrives when leaders leverage the combined strengths of each individual member. Look at 4 ways to build your team for maximum effectiveness.
It’s Here, the 2020 Melnic Salary Guide for APRNs, PAs, and hiring managers! We served the community with the free salary guide!
Join a cohort of Advanced Practice Leaders and future leaders at this leading academic institution and achieve your certificate in Practice Management for APPs!
How to Help Children Grow into Successful Adults as a Pediatric Primary Care Provider. 5 Tips Available Inside, read now.
Facebook, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Instagram, and Work, the pros and cons of what to post. Read a well thought out review of the pros and cons of social posting! Let professionalism be your guide.
Evaluations, chart review, competencies for APPs. Finding a solution and getting the data can be a challenge.
Time to up your game? Here are the reasons you might consider joining a committee at your hospital or clinic!
The role of the CRNA is an important addition to the healthcare team. CRNAs work in both the surgery center and in hospitals. Learn more about the differences and advantages of this provider on the healthcare team.
Neonatal Nurse Practitioners occupy a critical role as providers in the neonatal intensive care unit. They are responsible for a fragile population of newborns and their work is critical to the care of these patients. Learn more about their work and contribution to healthcare.
How to Write a Cover Letter for Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants. Stand out in your job search!
Want to stand out in front of hiring managers? Read, How to Write a Cover Letter for Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants” To learn key strategies to get attention in your next job search.
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
Tips for Building and Growing an NP and PA Hospitalist Service in our new blog. Find out more from leaders in the field.
Registered Nurse First Assist, Nurse Practitioners in the Operating Room, what are the top 3 responsibilities!
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.
Neonatal Nurse Practitioners and Acute Care PNPs have similar job responsibilities. So why are NNP and AC-PNP salaries so different?
We all want to uncover the secret to earning top dollar. What’s fair compensation for your NP or PA role?
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.
Congratulations to Olubusola Hall, the UMMC class of 2019, and all the incredible Advanced Practice students who are graduating this May!
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?
Is the AC-PNP exam in your future? Our six-step plan will help get you exam-ready with less stress.
The Melnic Advanced Practice Salary Guide is your inside track for salary and benefits from APRNs and PAs across the U.S.
The Melnic Critical Care Center is your go-to resource for industry-leading Critical Care tools and information.
Your guide to conference sessions, jobs, and sightseeing at the NAPNAP 40th Annual Conference. We can’t wait to see you there!
The Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Society (PCICS) promotes excellence in pediatric cardiac critical care medicine. And right now, the organization has three great ways to get involved!
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.
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.
Five actions you can take to revive your professional reputation as a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant. Make your professional brand a healthy driver of your career success!
Your NP or PA brand is the perception that others have of you both inside, and outside, your organization. Discover what your brand says about you.
The career path for an Advanced Practice Provider is one of continual growth and development. Here’s how to write a PA or NP curriculum vitae (CV) that shows how competent you truly are!
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.
Here’s why striving to achieve important goals for your organization is a great investment in your own NP career.
How staying true to yourself can help you lead change and create a more positive work culture.
Moving from the role of an experienced clinician to an APP leader is a brave and challenging process. Along the way, here’s how to use strengths to your advantage.
As you make your plans for the NAPNAP 39th Annual Conference, consider our recommendations for sessions and events to attend. This is where we’ll be – and we can’t wait to see you!