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PAs Are In Demand Today As We Demands Lower Cost Healthcare

Physician assistants are in high demand and play a vital role in healthcare.Their employment should grow faster than other occupations. We will see an expansion especially in rural areas and the center of the city. Between 2008 and 2018, it is estimated that the use of PAs will grow about 40 percent. This increase has to do with the focus on reducing costs and PAs are less expensive then doctors.

PAs practice under the supervision of a physician or a surgeon.


Working As A Nurse Practitioner In Texas

A nurse practitioner in Texas has extended their studies and experience beyond that of a registered nurse. They have advanced training and are considered on the same level as medical doctors. They have generally finished their post graduate studies at masters or doctoral level. Their training, skills and experience exceeds that required by a registered nurse.

In order to be given this status they must have a field of expertise and get registered with the state nursing board.


Working With The Litton Resource Group

It seems like just trying to find a job these days is a full time job in itself. But many companies are finding it difficult to even find the time to weed through the amount of applicants they receive regularly. This is how working with Litton Resource Group to locate nurse practitioner jobs can be very helpful.

This organization will recruit qualified personnel for the positions and match them up with the facilities that need their services.


Nurse Practitioner Jobs In Texas

A nurse practitioner in Texas has extended their studies and experience beyond that of a registered nurse. They have advanced training and are considered on the same level as medical doctors. They have generally finished their post graduate studies at masters or doctoral level. Their training, skills and experience exceeds that required by a registered nurse.

In order to be given this status they must have a field of expertise and get registered with the state nursing board.


Nurse Practitioner Jobs Are Quickly Becoming Popular Every Year

More people are wanting to learn about Nurse Practitioner Jobs simply because an NP position might offer much more flexibility, responsibility and reward than any other nursing position might. This article is going to be looking at some of the most basic considerations to have when considering such NP positions.

A lot of nurses go back to school to get the extra education required for these positions and many consider it to be well worth the effort.


Job Search Advice For Nurse Practitioners

As you’re all aware by now, job hunting today is a much more complex endeavor than ever before. Let’s review what we’ve learned about job hunting for nurse practitioners over the past several months. Here are some of the things you need to be doing to be competitive in today’s job marketplace:

1. Join both real world and virtual groups for networking and support.

2. Enlist the help of a mentor or career counselor.


Nurse Practitioner Practices Wilderness Medicine

My brother-in-law was riding his All-Terrain-Vehicle a few years ago in the hot Southern California desert just outside of Palm Springs when he remembers hitting a bump in the dirt road he was on. His next memory was waking up in the hospital. Lucky for him, the racing dunes are not too far from the Interstate 10 freeway, which means relatively easy and quick access to nearby hospitals. His friends loaded him into the back of their truck and sped off to the hospital where he was cared for and released with a lot of bruising.



The Top 50 Nurse Practitioner Blogs

Nurses are tough cookies, but every now and then they need some room to vent and rant too. This list is compiled of the best nurse practitioner blogs, some other good-egg nurses’ blogs, nursing resources and news Web sites and a few surprises. These nurses aren’t grumpy; they’re just tired of listening to the rest of us complain.

Nurse Practitioner Blogs
1. The Nurse Practioner’s Place – This is a straightforward blog that deftly mixes humor with practical advice.


Midlevel Providers Fill Primary Care Doctor’s Shoes

August 27, 2010 From NPR

Increasingly, the doctor is not in when it comes to delivering primary care. But the nurse practitioner or physician assistant is often taking the doctor’s place.

“We are ideally suited for it. And it’s so cost-effective compared to any other form of medical provider,” says Jim Love, a physician assistant from rural Pittsfield, Maine. “We need to be educating a lot more of us.”

Michael McDonald,