A Look at Our Top Viewed Content from 2015

It’s hard to believe another year has come and gone.  Before we turn the page to 2016, we wanted to take a moment to celebrate a successful year and recap the most popular post of 2015 from the BOS Medical blog.  From tips for nurses dealing with difficult family members to tricks for successfully onboarding new employees, here are three posts you don’t want to miss.

How to Treat a Patient (When Their Family Member is a Nurse)

Every now and then you’ll have a patient whose family member is a nurse or other medical professional.  This post discusses how to deal with an overly concerned relative who is constantly second guessing your methods, telling you what they would do differently, and making it difficult for you to provide quality care.

How Will the Legalization of Marijuana Affect Nursing Staff Members?

The legalization of marijuana was a hot topic of debate this year as states began passing voter led laws allowing recreational use. This “don’t miss” post discussed the impact of these laws on nursing staff and the medical industry.

Implementing a 30-60-90 Day Plan When Hiring New Employees

The first 90 days of the assignment ultimately determines whether you made a good addition to your medical staff.  Make sure you set your new hire up for success with a seamless transition and track their progress by following this “how-to” post for creating a 30-60-90 day plan.

We at BOS Medical Staffing want to thank you for helping us make 2015 a great year.  We wish you a wonderful holiday season and look forward to helping with your needs from job placement to medical staffing in 2016.  Stay tuned for new, exciting content on the BOS Medical blog throughout the next year!

 

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