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Locum Tenens Daily Wrap Up: Week Of August 11th

Posted by Interim Physicians on Aug 15, 2014, 2:30:51 PM is the source for news & perspectives that matter to locum tenens professionals like physicians, mid-level providers, healthcare facilities & staffing firms. Locum Tenens Daily publishes original news and resources from top healthcare publications and professionals on a daily basis.

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If you're new to Locum Tenens Daily or just a periodical reader, here are brief synopses for each blog post for the week of August 11th through August 15th:

Monday 11, 2014: 3 Common Locums Gripes And How To Fix Them

Everyone has a few gripes about their career. In an effort to help locums physicians be more satisfied by their experience and facilities to get their best return on using locum tenens physicians, here are three of the top locums complaints.

Tuesday 29, 2014: 3 Reasons You NEED LinkedIn #PhysicianTipTuesday

LinkedIn can be one of your greatest resources as a healthcare professional. From connecting with physicians, nurses, and administrators, to controlling your online presence, and providing public access to your CV, here are 3 reasons why you absolutely need LinkedIn as a locums physician. 

Wednesday 30, 2014: Infographic: What Type Of Facebook User Are You?

Are you a social media enthusiast? Do you suffer from FOMO (fear of missing out) while with patients? After a fulfilling day of caring, do you play Facebook games to relax? Or, are you just plain skeptical of the social realm? If you said yes to any of these questions, you may enjoy this infographic of The 9 Types of Facebook Users.

Thursday 31, 2014: Proposed New Bill Changes Residency Slots

A new bill was recently introduced by Senator Patty Murray (D-Wash.) The bill, The Community-Based Medical Education Act of 2014, is a strike towards ending the physician shortage. This bill would vastly change the realm of medical education as it would extend the Teaching Health Center program that educates residents and medical students in underserved communities.

Friday 1, 2014: Happy Friday!

Stay tuned next Monday, August 18th for Working in Retirement:  An Attractive Option for ManyHave a great weekend!


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