Too often, medical professionals and first responders spend so much time thinking about the health and well-being of others that they forget to think about themselves. Basic lifesaving skills and your own health can — and do — go hand in hand. With these healthy tips for healthcare providers, you can find out how to stay polished in both departments.
Whether you are thinking about your work as a nurse practitioner and family life or wondering how doctors and family life coincide, work-life balance is a struggle all healthcare providers face. It starts in school and continues throughout your career.
Jennifer Joseph says that finding balance between nursing and family life “takes an organized, motivated, and determined person.” She couldn’t be more right. Here are a few tips for balancing your work with important family time:
When you care for your personal health, you are helping yourself become a better healthcare provider. In between your CPR renewal class and your regular shift, make sure to make time for you.
You may not think of education having a direct link to your health, but your mental health improves when you are confident in your knowledge and your skills. That’s where ACLS Certification Institute can help.
From online CPR renewal to ACLS and BLS certification, our courses are designed to make learning convenient and easy to complete on your own time and at your own pace. More than 10,000 healthcare providers have used our program to sharpen their skills and improve patient outcomes.
Our accreditation comes through the ADA, AMA, and ANCC in joint providership with the Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (PIM). Each of our courses is also accredited by CAPCE for all emergency medical professionals. Get started today!