Hailing from our Youngstown, Ohio office, Bobi Jo Piper, LPN, is the go-to caregiver for high acuity patients and has a passion for working with premature babies. She says she can relate to her patients and their families, as her own daughter was born 13 weeks prematurely, weighing just 1 pound, 3 ounces, and diagnosed with cerebral palsy.
4 study tips for nursing students
1. Take time to study every day: To feel less overwhelmed, educate yourself each day. Harvard University and the American Psychological Association research shows that studying in variances can improve recall.
2. Form a study group: This is a great way for students to learn from each other and make learning fun. You will cover more material when you have multiple people reviewing different topics. It’s also an opportunity to compare class notes to see if you missed anything important.
3. Connect with real-life experiences: When studying, visualize a real-life scenario such as caring for a patient. This may help you grasp the material quicker.
4. Use learning tools: Many apps are available that can help you progress in your studies by using things such as electronic flashcards, practice tests and study guides. Discover the top study apps by visiting http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMan8
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Caregivers are needed for facility and home healthcare settings. We have thousands of opportunities for RNs, LPNs, LVNs, CNAs, HHAs and nurse practitioners. Search our openings today by visiting http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vManL #NurseJobs #JoboftheWeek
Congratulations to the 2018 Special Programs Caregiver of the Year - Zana McClure, CNA
Zana McClure, CNA, has worked for the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans for more than eight years; two with Maxim Healthcare Services. Assigned to a unit of 29 veterans, she inspires patients and coworkers with her infectious spirit.
During Cardiovascular Professionals Week, we recognize a diverse group of healthcare professionals such as nurses, physicians, rehab specialists, lab technicians, and other medical staff who help diagnose and treat heart conditions. Thank you for providing vital services to patients. #CardiovascularProfessionalsWeek #HeartHealth
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Congratulations to the 2018 Caregiver of the Year, Susan Scott, LPN
After losing her husband, Andy, to ALS, Susan Scott, LPN, moved from Boston to Virginia and applied to work as a Maxim Healthcare Services caregiver in Woodbridge. Susan was assigned to her patient, Rick, and learned that he, too, needed around-the-clock care due to his ALS. After overcoming her trepidation, she realized their pairing was all a part of the universe’s grand plan. #Nurses #NurseAwards #Caregivers
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"Sue is the type of caregiver we would all want for our loved ones. While she is clinically competent, it is her empathy, positivity and nurturing spirit that set her apart. We are so honored to have Sue as a part of our Maxim family." – Bill Butz, Maxim’s chief executive officer
This week we celebrate PeriAnesthesia Nurse Awareness Week. These nurses play a significant role to those that have gone under anesthesia. We appreciate all the comfort and reassurance you provide to patients and their families. #PeriAnesthesiaNurses #ThankYouNurses
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