Answers To Common Patient Questions Regarding Masks (Part 1)

Over the past several months, wearing masks while in public places or in groups of people has become increasingly recommended by government and health officials to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. Some cities and states have taken the request for...

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Feeling Alone in Making Difficult Decisions & Diagnoses

For physicians, there can often be a sense of dread mixed with anxiety when it comes to making difficult decisions during treatment or offering tragic news to individuals regarding a diagnosis. Nobody wants to be in the position to deliver hard news or decisions, yet...

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Free Online Courses for Healthcare and Medicine

As a physician or healthcare professional, finding opportunities for continuing education are vital for personal and patient success. However, between your office hours, patient visits, and paperwork, you barely have time to grab a bite to eat - let alone watch an...

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Utilizing Empathetic Listening and Rapport with Patients

As a healthcare professional, you are interacting with patients daily. From the moment they enter the door to their exit with a treatment plan in hand, your interaction with patients may be as significant as the guidance you give them. Have you taken the time to...

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Building Dynamic Relationships Between Physicians & PAs

As a physician, your relationship with a physician's assistant is one that must be built on trust and integrity. Ideally, this ongoing relationship would last many years in practice, allowing for inter-dependency and mutual respect to be developed across a variety of...

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COVID-19 Tracking Through Phones: Fact vs. Fiction

As Google and Apple team up to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, social media streams have lit up with claims regarding smartphone applications tracking your location for nefarious purposes. If you've been on social media channels in the past few weeks, you have likely...

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What’s the Hype with Hydroxychloroquine?

*Authors Note: This is a resource regarding an evolving situation. Any information included in this article may change at a later date as new information emerges. Please stay abreast of new and changing information regarding COVID-19 from the CDC and WHO. As the...

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Utilizing TikTok as a Wellness Tool in the Health Care World

Almost six months since the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 emerged in Wuhan, China, healthcare professionals worldwide are facing ongoing struggles to serve and treat the numerous individuals still streaming into hospitals and clinics. As so many are giving nearly every...

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Pediatric Guidance for COVID-19 and Children

As the information regarding the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and the COVID-19 pandemic has swept the headlines, it has become clear that there is still much that we do not know regarding this mysterious disease. During the outset of the virus and the first several...

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Managing Your Work-Life Balance As A Physician

As a physician, your daily life consists of wearing many different, constantly changing hats. Your early mornings are filled with filing paperwork and updating patient information. Before you can catch your breath, it is on to a full schedule of patient visits,...

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How to Handle Vaccination Concerns

One of the most prevalent messages that have emerged in this year’s novel coronavirus pandemic has been the need for a vaccine before life can return to any semblance of normal. A Rise In Opposition Of Vaccinations Vaccinations have been regarded as one of the...

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How To Spot A Coronavirus Conspiracy & How To Respond

As a physician, you are likely currently treating patients daily who are fearful, confused, or simply interested in the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. Being a healthcare professional, you are viewed as an expert in the field of medicine, and as such, are probably...

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Tips for Handling Physician Burnout

One of the biggest risks facing healthcare workers in today’s high-stress industry may surprise you. It’s not the possibility of illness or injury on the job. Nor is it the risk of losing their job due to malpractice or accident. The most damaging force working...

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Mental Health Resources For Healthcare Workers

One of the greatest skills that healthcare workers learn through on the job experience is categorization. Having the ability to separate the current moment’s stress and ongoing crisis from one’s functionality on the job can help doctors and nurses treat patients while...

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Understanding Emerging Telehealth Regulations During COVID-19

As the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 began its spread across the globe, countries closed their borders, business shut their doors, and billions of individuals sought shelter at home to help mitigate the mysterious infection’s spread. With hospitals quickly becoming...

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Transitioning From Registered Nurse To Nurse Practitioner

A common question that our team at Apollo often received is “What is the difference between a “Registered Nurse” (RN) and a “Nurse Practician” (NP)? Whether you are a nurse in training or are currently working in the field, understanding the difference and the...

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Tips For Interviewing As A Healthcare Professional

If you are a healthcare professional, you know that finding the job of your dreams is… well, a dream! One of the most intimidating parts of the process can be the first step - the interview. However, with a little bit of preparation beforehand, you can lower your...

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Navigating Difficult Conversations with Coworkers

If you work in a high-stress workplace such as a healthcare facility or medical office, the day-to-day interactions you have with your coworkers can be a lifeline in difficult times. In fact, some of the greatest unity comes through shared conflict. However, when the...

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Moonlighting & Locum Tenens During COVID-19

License and credentialing processes for physicians are changing rapidly in states across the nation. Join us for a 30 minute webinar we will discuss important information for part-time workers during this time. The event will be held on May 13 at 630 EST. GIVEAWAY: To...

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Handling Grief In A Post-COVID World

For healthcare professionals, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many into crisis situations that they never expected to encounter during their experience in the field. The constant sense of panic, dread, and stress - mixed with the daily experience of death and...

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How To File For Unemployment As A Healthcare Worker

The novel coronavirus has had a crippling economic impact on all sectors, and many people have lost their jobs. The healthcare sector hasn’t been spared as healthcare workers are facing layoffs, furloughs and salary cuts in response to declining revenues. That means...

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Free Resources and Deals for Healthcare Providers

From mindfully social distancing to Zoom calls with loved ones and cheering on our local heroes from our windows, those of us who are not in the healthcare field have consistently found varied, and often creative, ways to showcase our gratitude for healthcare workers...

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