ICU=Related Depression Often Overlooked

TUESDAY, April 8, 2014 (HealthDay News) — One-third of patients admitted to an intensive care unit develop depression that causes physical symptoms rather than the typical psychological signs, a new study finds. As a result, their condition may go undiagnosed and they may not get needed help, the research suggested. “It’s a significant public health … Continue reading ICU=Related Depression Often Overlooked


New Year’s Resolution for nurses 2014

It’s a couple of weeks into the new year. Are you still adhering to your resolutions? More than 40 percent of Americans pledge some form of self-improvement, most resolutions fall into the “get healthy” or “be a better person” categories. Career commitments don’t show up nearly as often, but why not take a few minutes … Continue reading New Year’s Resolution for nurses 2014


Getting Along with Others While on Assignment

Remember in grade school when we had this spot on our report cards that read, “Gets along and plays well with others?” Well, that is about how things are in the big world also! Your first impression takes you a long ways when it comes to getting along and working well with others upon arrival … Continue reading Getting Along with Others While on Assignment


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ENTER OUR CALENDAR PHOTO CONTEST

TaleMed is pleased to announce our 2017 Calendar Photo Contest!

We put health care professionals on assignment to do the work they love – in places they fall in love with. We want to help all travel health care professionals find your place, by seeing the places you have fallen in love with. Submit photos of the cities, season, views you have fallen in love with.

Four healthcare professionals that have found their place will receive an Echo Dot. Winners will be announced every 13 weeks! Eight honorable mention winners will also be chosen and announced in November 2017.

The twelve winners selected will see their photos in the 2018 Find Your Place Calendar. So set your cameras to high resolution and start snapping those photos. If you have already taken an award winning photo please feel free to submit. Photographs will be accepted from any healthcare professional that would like to participate.