'APRN and PA Resumes' Category Posts
As an APRN or PA, what should you think about before applying for a job? Learn more about your role and how to set yourself up for success!
APRNs and PAs thrive in environments of engagement, support, professional growth, and a culture of respect leading to retention over the long term. Healthcare organizations that invest in retention save money, can provide better patient care, and attract new hires.
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.
Clinical rotations during your MSN program help build your competency as an NP. Learn why it’s essential to feature clinicals on your resume.
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!
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!
The clinical nurse specialist role varies widely from hospital to hospital. Here’s how to write your CNS resume to gain access to a full range of great opportunities.
Your education as a physician assistant will open doors to you. Here’s how to make sure your PA resume is the key to gain access to the jobs you really want.
Follow our five resume writing tips, and you’ll increase the odds of landing that nurse practitioner job you really want.