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Michelle Marg
The "Clinical Liaison"

The Importance of Finding a Nurse Mentor

Posted June 15, 2020
Everyone needs guidance. There is a good chance you stumbled upon this blog using Google as your “guide”.  As much as Google can solve many problems, a search engine still [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
The "Clinical Liaison"

RN to BSN: Is It Worth It?

Posted December 16, 2019
You already have the experience, so do you really need the fancy degree to prove that you’re an awesome nurse? The thought of going back to school for your BSN [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
The "Clinical Liaison"

Interviewing Tips for Nurses: How to Land your Dream Job!

Posted October 7, 2019
You’ve found the perfect nursing job opportunity. Your resume stands out among dozens of other candidates. Now, it all comes down to the interview. Interviewing for a new nursing job [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
The "Clinical Liaison"

Handling Conflict in the Workplace, the Right Way

Posted August 19, 2019
Nurses are trained to handle a multitude of complex health-related issues on a daily basis. However, something you can’t learn in nursing school is how to deal with other types [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
The "Clinical Liaison"

Nurses, Sleep Will Benefit You in More Ways Than One!

Posted June 17, 2019
It’s no secret that getting enough sleep is important for living a healthy life. However, for nurses, sleep will benefit you and your patients’ health simultaneously. With a busy schedule [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
The "Clinical Liaison"

Ready to Resign from Your Job?

Posted February 18, 2019
The question of whether to resign or not is a tough decision to make.There is so much to consider. You have to evaluate all the pros and cons of staying [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
The "Clinical Liaison"

Dangers of Social Media for Nurses…

Posted December 17, 2018
The danger of social media for nurses is a real thing! Social media is becoming an increasingly common part of our daily lives. We use it without even thinking! Nurses [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
The "Clinical Liaison"

Nurse Guide to Effective Communication

Posted September 21, 2016
Communication is the key to success in the healthcare field. A nurse can’t do their job right if the hospital or doctor doesn’t communicate with them, and vice versa. A [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
The "Clinical Liaison"

Compression Socks: Why All Nurses Should Wear Them

Posted July 20, 2016
The patient is the number one concern of the healthcare system, but a close second should be the nurse’s health. If a nurse is unable to perform their duties to [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
The "Clinical Liaison"

Advice to a New Nurse – Things I Wish I Knew

Posted May 24, 2016
The decision to embark upon a particular career can be life-changing. With any life-changing decision, it would be best to plan for as many steps in the process as possible [...] Read More

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