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  Ask any nurse, especially nurse managers, the biggest sources of stress they face in the day-to-day of their career and managing work schedules often tops the list. Scheduling vacations, PTO, equitable shift-coverage, holidays, all the while keeping patient acuity and care at the forefront is difficult at best, and downright overwhelming at worst. If… Read more »

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One of the most remarkable technological boons to healthcare education is virtual simulation teaching for nurses and other students pursuing an education in medicine. In an environment that very closely mimics that of a healthcare facility students can practice their skill and apply their knowledge without putting a patient at risk. Through the use of… Read more »

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Though not at all unexpected, the baby boomer retirement wave is impacting all facets of the working world in varying degrees. And as baby boomer nurses gather up their stethoscopes and turn in their badges they are leaving an incredible void to be filled in a healthcare industry already clamoring for quality nurses. The need… Read more »

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As you settle into your nursing career you may begin to think about management possibilities, especially if you find yourself fitting naturally into the role of mentor. You’ve been asked to precept rising RNs and help onboard new-hire nurses who join your medical facility because you have that certain ability to connect with your coworkers…. Read more »

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  In the ever-changing realm of healthcare it isn’t always easy to predict your staffing needs. From day-to-day your patient numbers will change, staff members will come and go and you may find it’s a “two steps forward, one step back” kind of situation. You would like to build your healthcare organization however your lack… Read more »

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Returning to nursing after an absence is a common occurrence. Whether you’ve taken an extended leave for medical reasons, to raise a family, in order to be a caregiver for an aging parent, or to experience an entirely new career, the time away probably has you feeling out of touch. And why wouldn’t it? In… Read more »

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We are proud to announce the opening of our new office in Duluth, Georgia. This location puts us in the heart of booming Gwinnett County and the entire Northeast Atlanta metro area. B O S Medical Staffing was originally part of B O S Staffing, founded originally in 1979 as Business Office Services. BOS Medical… Read more »

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For many who take up the stethoscope, nursing can be a “risky business” due to the emotional impact on those providing care. Compassion fatigue, sometimes known as compassion burnout syndrome, is an all-to-real consequence of caring for people in pain, trauma,, or who are near end of life. The very qualities that make you an… Read more »

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        There’s no disputing the nursing shortage crisis that exists in the US, but we do seem to be headed for a disaster if it isn’t remedied very soon. Nursing is one of the most noble of professions, and one to which many good and nurturing individuals feel called. Unfortunately there is… Read more »