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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