Six Tips To Increase Productivity In the Work-place

Posted on November 22, 2016 by Alexa

Ahh, distractions. It's hard to be productive when we're surrounded by so much noise- whether it's social media, a chatty co-worker,  current events (hello, elections!), or the unforeseen, there's always something grabbing your attention from what TRULY needs to get done.

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“Fake It till You Make It”: A Good Idea For Clinical Rotations?

Posted on July 26, 2016 by RotationManager.com

Just thinking about new clinical rotations used to give me stomach aches. Quivering, trembling, stomach aches that made me want to cower in the corner. Would my clinical site be safe? Scary? Clean? Dirty? Would my mentor be nice to me? Or would they be like the stories I’ve heard and try to eat their young? There are a million reasons to be afraid of your clinical rotation, but they aren’t...

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Fun And Unique Nursing Careers

Posted on July 26, 2016 by RotationManager.com

When we think of nurses, we think of the hustle and bustle of the floors, running between patient rooms to pass medications, hanging IV bags, inserting Foleys and changing dressings. And that’s just in the first hour and a half. However, there’s much more to nursing than one path. As nurses, we’ve spent years in school developing skills that prepare us for careers of all kinds, and yet, we are...

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Can Your Social Media Presence Prevent You from Being Hired?

Posted on July 7, 2016 by Rotation_ Manager_

The answer is quite simple, it depends. Social media is a powerful tool that can make or break a career. Used wisely, it can be an incredibly effective way to learn and network. When used inappropriately, it can lead to losing your nursing license, being fired, or even criminal charges. Understanding how to appropriately leverage these tools can help ensure that you are limiting your risk while...

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Three Techniques to Get the Most Out of Your Preceptor Relationship

Posted on July 7, 2016 by Rotation_ Manager_

Clinical rotations can be the most challenging and exciting portion of nursing school. Finally having the opportunity to apply concepts learned from a textbook is exceptionally rewarding and to ensure success a preceptor is assigned to help navigate the foreign waters. This individual will have a huge part in developing your skills.

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How Nursing Theory is Applied in Practice

Posted on June 7, 2016 by Rotation_ Manager_

The question “What is nursing?” became popular in the 70s as many nurse scholars felt the need to recognize nursing as a profession. Concepts about the person, the environment, and health grew into theories of nursing, which later became nursing fundamentals.

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What is it like to Transition from Student Nurse to Staff Nurse?

Posted on June 7, 2016 by Rotation_ Manager_

Did you ever wonder how is it like being a new graduate nurse trying to embark into the real world of professional nursing as a staff nurse? For most new nurses, the transition phase is very scary and for others it is a stage when enthusiasm for new beginnings take place.

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5 MORE Tips To Obtain Student Clinical Rotation Placements

Posted on April 11, 2016 by Rotation_ Manager_

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6 Tips To Obtain Student Clinical Rotation Placements

Posted on April 6, 2016 by Rotation_ Manager_

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Tribeca Trending – Industry Spotlight: Rotation Manager

Posted on November 30, 2015 by Rotation_ Manager_

Throughout the Higher Education landscape, student outcomes have become a focal point in the evaluation of an institution’s efficacy in fulfilling their academic promise. For some programs of study, particularly in the Allied Health fields, the Clinical Externship has provided a valuable means by which to better prepare students for professional success after graduation. Giving students the...

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