Jan 7, 2018
In the third episode of the Clinician1 podcast, Renee Dahring, NP, joins host Jordan G Roberts, PA-C of Modern MedEd to give some tips on how to clear the clutter from your resume and how to stand out in an otherwise favorable job market for PA’s and NP’s.
Her first secret is that despite employers fighting over us, we still have competition for those perfect jobs.
Read more about this episode here.
Renee transitioned from the recruiting industry to correctional medicine, where she has gained unique insight into the entire healthcare system. We could improve the healthcare system tens times over if only we could send all the administrators to jail...to learn from Renee, I mean.
We also get a little meta and discuss healthcare communications, as Renee is a prolific writer on all things job-related, as well as an advocate for improving PA’s & NP’s professional standing. You can see some of her work and learn more about her career coaching services by visiting NPcareercoach.com or nursepractitionerjobsearch.com.
Renee Dahring received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from North Dakota State University. In 2000, she earned her master’s degree from the University of Minnesota as a family nurse practitioner. She is a Certified Correctional Health Professional and has a clinical practice delivering care to inmates in several Minnesota county jails while teaching part time at the University of Minnesota in the FNP program. She is the current president of the Minnesota APRN Coalition.
Several years ago, she helped to build a national staffing agency, and although she no longer works as a recruiter, she decided to utilize her five years of direct experience in NP recruiting to do workshops and author blogs and articles which give employment and job search advice to NPs. You can read her blogs on the Advance for NPs and PAs website where she is known as the “NP Career Coach”.
Recording, editing, production: Jordan G Roberts, PA-C
Editing, sound design: Kristina Saric
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Music: "Backbay Lounge" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/