job satisfaction

The Drug Topics 2017 Pharmacist Salary Survey
The Drug Topics 2017 Pharmacist Salary SurveyAs pharmacist salaries rise, so do demands.
Pediatrics in 2016: MoraleBetween MOC, your workload, your stress levels, and other job demands, morale was another "pain point" that we heard loud and clear in our annual Issues and Attitudes survey.
Pharmacists respond: Is job satisfaction too much to ask?In his recent, two-part series, Dennis Miller opined that large, enviable paychecks are still plentiful, but job satisfaction remains elusive for many pharmacists working for retail chains.
Natural light improves nurse satisfaction and performance, study findsA recent study shows the benefits of natural light for nurses in the workplace.
EHRs continue to hinder physician job satisfactionPhysicians’ rocky relationships with their EHR systems seem to trump other professional issues that lead to job satisfaction, according to a survey of physicians conducted by the RAND Corporation sponsored by the AMA.
Physician drug use and suicides spotlighted in recent media reportsThe continued pressures of working in the healthcare industry may be causing more than 100,000 of the nation's physicians, nurses, and other practitioners to develop substance abuse problems.
Derms score well in physician-lifestyle reportDermatologists report high job satisfaction and are among the most likely of all specialties to take dietary supplements, a recent report suggests.
Patient-Centered Medical Home grows patient, provider satisfaction, study saysA year-long study conducted at a teaching clinic in Los Angeles found that implementing some of the components of the Patient-Centered Medical Home model increased both patient and resident provider satisfaction.
4 tips for physicians to evaluate practice culture during a job interviewWhen interviewing for a position, sometimes it’s easy for physicians to tell whether the hospital or practice will be a good fit. But rather than relying on instinct alone, evaluating an organization’s culture can be a crucial element to the interviewing process.
Nurse practitioners may have higher job satisfaction than physicians, survey saysNurse practitioners (NPs) might be the most professionally satisfied group in healthcare, according to a recent survey conducted by Staff Care, a temporary physician and NP staffing firm and company of AMN Healthcare.