ADVANCE for Occupational Therapy Practitioners
February 25, 2015

Employment Issues

5 Best Practices for Landing a Job in Healthcare

Since it is likely that healthcare organizations will be aggressively seeking employees, many candidates will be applying for the open positions. Generally speaking, the higher the qualifications required to fulfill a position, the higher the income and the greater number of job opportunities. Accordingly, if you intend to or currently seek a job in healthcare, you should be sure to have the necessary education and qualifications to be considered for employment.  Practice Interviews

Going Green With Super Foods

Simple behaviors are powerful ways to save the planet, and simple eating behaviors can promote an individual's own personal environment. Too often, however, knowledge does not revert to health-promoting eating behaviors primarily because acquired tastes usually trump healthy foods. Would the following facts empower you to "go green" for your body's environment?  National Recommendations

Rethinking Employee Retention

Baby Boomers make up about one-third of the U.S. workforce and for the first time in several generations, there aren't enough younger workers to replace them. Key industries, especially those that rely on workers with proven performance, knowledge, skills and self-confidence, will be forced by labor shortages to ensure health and safety by adjusting equipment and the work environment.  Fears & Myths

Blog: Self-Care Is Healthcare

"Psychologist Tara Brach is one of my favorite resources who helped me to deepen my understanding about the importance of intention. She reminded me that every thought we have carries an intention or energy that creates karma, and that we often create negative karma by 'default' or lack of awareness and attention to the present moment."  Role Model