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Embracing Diversity in Health Care
Diversity within health care is integral in our ability to provide quality care to a growing population. You might imagine the diversity we see in health care on a daily basis; it’s something we embrace. Diversity is a broad term that includes factors like gender, age, race, religion and culture. When we choose to provide care, however, these and other factors like sexual orientation, education level and socio-economic status are areas of diversity that health care providers must protect from personal judgment.
Why Writing Down Your Goals Leads to Success
Using the SMART goal theory is just the beginning of your successful path for completing nearly any task, project or goal. There are many tricks and tweaks that you can do to reach your goals. According to a study conducted by Dr. Gail Matthews, you are nearly two times more likely to accomplish your goals when you write them down
Self-Taught vs. Degreed Programmer: Which is Better?
As a self-taught programmer, you already know how to write code and design applications. So why get a computer science degree on top of that? There are two reasons. One, getting a degree can make you an even better programmer. Two, it can give you a competitive edge in the industry.
Is Patient Privacy Possible in the Social Age?
Within the health care industry, there’s much discussion about providers marketing themselves through social media. There is question of whether current information confidentiality policies are adequate in protecting patient health information. Facebook and Twitter have proven to be effective tools in reaching untapped patient markets, and the trend toward marketing health care services through such networks will continue to increase.
Twitter: Give Flight to Your Personal Brand
Looking to build your reputation as a leader in your field? Twitter comes in handy for students and professionals wanting to build their personal brand online. It’s critical to begin exploring and building your brand now. Find out how your Twitter skills can enhance your professional future and help your personal brand take flight
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