MedEd & Wellness Blog

6 Ways to Get your Medical Education Resources Found Online

April 21, 2017 by Alex Slack

Doctors and other medical field professionals need to deploy digital marketing techniques in order to reap the associated benefits. Digital marketing will not only help you get more qualified leads, but it will also help you increase your website traffic and establish your authority online. Let's take a look at some of the tried-and-true digital marketing techniques that will help you get your medical education resources found online.

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10 Questions to Ask a Medical Marketing Agency

April 20, 2017 by PJ Calkins

Partnering with a marketing agency can help you develop a campaign, boost your online presence, and ultimately increase sales. Asking potential agencies the right questions will enable you to assess and select the best medical marketing agency for your business.

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5 Things Physicians Look for in Medical Education Resources

April 19, 2017 by Amy White

In order for physicians to stay on top of their game professionally, they are often required to take continuing education courses. But there are certain things that physicians look for, and desire more, when it comes to who provides them. Let's take a closer look at five of them.

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Why a Learning Management System (LMS) Is Your Best Friend at a CME Conference

April 18, 2017 by John McMahon

Continuing medical education (CME) is crucial for helping medical professionals stay up to date on the latest medical information, procedures, technology, and equipment. Medical personnel such as physicians, nurses, and other healthcare staff must earn CME credits on a regular basis in order to maintain their state license to practice medicine.

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Is Nurse Burnout on the Rise? Startling Statistics on Nurse Well-Being

April 13, 2017 by Alan DeKeyrel

Nurses fill many roles at the patient's bedside: caretaker, educator, interpreter for the doctor's guidelines, emotional lifeline, and more. So, it's little surprise that nurses are prone to mental, physical, and/or emotional fatigue. But if that fatigue turns into exhaustion that doesn't go away after a short rest, it may be burnout.

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