Mindful Practices For Locum Tenens

“Anyone whose work involves immense human suffering needs to be aware of their inner life. The nature of the work that physicians do makes [them] more vulnerable to negative emotions or making errors” – Ronald M. Epstein, M.D, Medical News Today. At a time when burnout is at a high, patients are extremely nervous about […]

The Benefits of Working Rural as a Locum Tenens

Whenever you hear about becoming a Locum Tenens, one of the draws to the job is being able to go and work in prominent places. You could choose to venture off to California and enjoy the beaches, New York to enjoy the big city life or areas like Utah where extreme sports and good food […]

The Pros And Cons of The Locum Tenens Life

Are you considering becoming a Locum Tenens but are just a little unsure if the position is right for you? Stress a little less, you’ve come to the right place! We understand a step into a new position can be worrisome and uncomfortable, but a leap into a travel job can be downright terrifying, and […]

Connecting With Fellow Healthcare Professionals

The past couple of years have been extremely isolating for many people, healthcare workers included. Quarantine, social distancing, and higher-pressure work environments have been taking a serious toll on doctors and nurses around the world. Without a solid support structure and social connections, these stressors hit even harder. Burnout can begin to affect those without […]

Compassionately Listening To Your Patients

Having compassion in a high-pressure work environment can be a tall order at times. You have to navigate many complex situations and conversations each day, all while managing your own stress at the same time.   Right now, more than ever, it’s important to bring compassion into healthcare because the data shows that we’re severely lacking […]