Solving the Case of the Disappearing Fingerprints

Have you ever had one of these scenarios? Time to get medications — the patient is in pain, or you’re already behind on giving scheduled meds, and you just need one medication. You quickly run over to the machine, input your id, and slam your finger on the fingerprint scanner. [...]

Solving the Case of the Disappearing Fingerprints2020-01-18T19:34:35+00:00

3 Ways to Reduce Alarm Fatigue When Surrounded by Noisy Monitors

The sounds are echoing in your head. You can hear them when you’re eating, when you’re trying to chat with friends, and even in your sleep. It is the sound of beeping alarms. High pitched noises that are made to alert you to changes to your patients — but after [...]

3 Ways to Reduce Alarm Fatigue When Surrounded by Noisy Monitors2019-12-16T18:34:06+00:00

Wedding Bells and U-Haul Trucks: the Relocation Guides for Relationships

(Relocation Blog Series: Part 3 of 3)   Deciding to relocate to a new area requires a great deal of planning and preparation, as we have seen in part 1 and part 2 of our series on relocation. For the final section, we are addressing the most challenging scenario for [...]

Wedding Bells and U-Haul Trucks: the Relocation Guides for Relationships2019-11-19T20:20:10+00:00

Relocation Is More Than Just Finding The Place With Perfect Weather

(Relocation Blog Series: Part 2 of 3) Relocation is a tough decision, so here at ENSEARCH, we are dedicating three articles surrounding the pros and cons of this decision. The first article can be found HERE. It is our goal to help you be informed and knowledgeable on how to [...]

Relocation Is More Than Just Finding The Place With Perfect Weather2019-10-30T22:10:39+00:00

Should a New Graduate NNP Relocate?

(Relocation Blog Series: Part 1 of 3) Deciding whether or not to relocate for your first NNP job after graduation is a tough decision, so at ENSEARCH, we are dedicating three articles surrounding the pros and cons of this decision. It is our goal to help you be informed and [...]

Should a New Graduate NNP Relocate?2019-09-21T17:40:01+00:00

Ways to Encourage More Staff Nurses to Become NNPs

There was a day when someone decided that you would be a great NNP. Perhaps it came in the form of a fellow colleague complimenting you on your work, or maybe it was a child’s parent thanking you for your help. Or maybe it was simply a quiet voice inside [...]

Ways to Encourage More Staff Nurses to Become NNPs2019-08-26T17:27:57+00:00

Destructive Habits that Drive Your NICU Coworkers Crazy

Even the most unique and rewarding roles, like that of a neonatal nurse practitioner, come with potential workplace challenges. From physicians to families, there is always an opportunity for interpersonal conflict. Still, almost no workplace challenge compares to a coworker with destructive habits, and the field of nursing is no [...]

Destructive Habits that Drive Your NICU Coworkers Crazy2019-07-26T16:11:25+00:00

How to Respond to Those Dreaded Behavioral Interview Questions

Honesty is always the best policy “Tell us about a time that you disagreed with your manager. And how did you handle it?” Could there ever be a more difficult question during an interview? (Let’s hope not!) But if just the sight of questions like these gives you the heebie-jeebies, [...]

How to Respond to Those Dreaded Behavioral Interview Questions2019-07-26T16:23:44+00:00

3 Mistakes I Learned From Posting My Resume Online

Don’t believe the fairy tale and protect your privacy   It seemed like a great idea. Post my resume online and get the offer of my dreams for the perfect neonatal nurse practitioner position. Soon I’d be working in the best Magnet hospital with all the latest equipment. I would [...]

3 Mistakes I Learned From Posting My Resume Online2019-05-19T16:17:49+00:00