Banner Health in Ariz. seeks nurses in specialty areas | Penn Highlands Healthcare will need more doctors, nurses | US health care adds 33,200 jobs in August
September 14, 2018
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Banner Health in Ariz. seeks nurses in specialty areas
Banner Health in Arizona needs to fill 1,500 jobs, including nurses in areas such as intensive care and behavioral health. Carol Cheney, vice president of staffing and workforce planning, said Banner has to hire the right balance of experienced and new graduates, but in some specialized areas it can be difficult to find experienced nurses to fill positions.
The Arizona Republic (Phoenix) (tiered subscription model) (9/8) 
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Penn Highlands Healthcare will need more doctors, nurses
Penn Highlands Healthcare is growing and will need more doctors, nurses and other employees, said CEO Steven Fontaine. About 195 clinical positions will need to be filled over the next three years, he said.
Courier-Express/Tri-County (DuBois, Pa.) (9/7) 
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Education & Training
Health system uses specialty training to fill key nursing jobs
Connecticut's Hartford HealthCare system wants to hire nurses and other providers and has staff needs in specialty areas. HHC started an operating room specialty nurse program with area colleges, to provide on-site training during a nursing student's senior year.
Hartford Business Journal (Conn.) (9/10) 
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RN: Do a self-analysis before changing specialties
Nurses who want to change their specialty area should first ensure they don't have more general issues that a change in specialty will not address, writes registered nurse Robert Hess Jr. Seek an area that matches your motivations, learn as much as possible and prioritize programs that support training or provide tuition reimbursement.
Nurse (9/10) 
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Leadership
Army veteran finds his niche as a midwife
B. Scot Hart served two deployments in Iraq with the Army and worked for the Peace Corps in Africa, but health care was his calling so he became a certified nurse-midwife and works at St. Luke's Hospital in Duluth, Minn. Hart also cared for Navajo populations in New Mexico, and said he believed he could make a difference in the lives of pregnant women.
Duluth News Tribune (Minn.) (9/4) 
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Ill. law seeks to reduce workplace violence against nurses
The Illinois Health Care Violence Prevention Act, recently signed into law, will take effect in January and use a multifaceted approach to reducing workplace violence against nurses. It includes mandated workplace violence prevention programs and the posting of notices warning against verbal aggression and physical assault.
The National Law Review (9/11) 
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