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The Female Frontline: How Healthcare Is Affected by the "She-cession"

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many essential healthcare workers—primarily women—to leave the workforce. This has brought up gender equality issues in the workplace, and many employers are taking action.

  • September 15, 2021 |
  • National Healthcareer Association

Post-Pandemic Future is Bright for Technicians

Tapping pharmacy technicians as immunizers opens up greater visibility and new source of health care labor.

  • August 25, 2021 |
  • National Healthcareer Association

ORCA Program: Paving the Path for Online CTE Success

Oregon Charter Academy Creates Online Medical Assisting Program That Serves Students State-wide

  • August 4, 2021 |
  • National Healthcareer Association

NHA’s PersonAbility™ Achieves ACPE Continuing Education Accreditation

The National Healthcareer Association (NHA) has achieved programmatic accreditation for continuing education from the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education for their soft skills training program, PersonAbility™. Accredited to provide nine hours of continuing education (0.9 CEUs) for both certified pharmacy technicians and pharmacists, PersonAbility™ provides essential soft skills training to improve communication techniques, critical thinking skills, and professionalism.   

  • August 3, 2021 |
  • Jessica Langley

2021 Industry Outlook: Trends Impacting Allied Health Professionals

NHA's 2021 Industry Outlook shares the trends impacting some of the most in-demand allied health professions. In this year's research, NHA collected insights and data from employers of allied health professionals, digging deeper to understand what they seek in candidates, what these professionals’ daily work looks like, and what traits and skills make them most successful in their roles. Download a copy or read on to learn more about this report.

  • July 14, 2021 |
  • National Healthcareer Association

Now live! The 2021 edition of access™

In writing the 2021 edition of access™: an allied health industry journal, it was not lost on us that the healthcare industry, and specifically those working on the front lines, had just gone through what might have been the most challenging year in their careers.

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  • July 14, 2021 |
  • Jessica Langley

Surviving to Thriving: How a Pandemic Expanded Telehealth

In response to COVID-19, policy changes paved the way for a rapid expansion of telehealth. As we reflect on the past year, we can learn from the opportunities and challenges that communications technology has yielded and take steps to prepare for what might come next.

  • July 14, 2021 |
  • National Healthcareer Association

Achieving + Stacking: The Credentialing Landscape in 2021

We all know that the Covid-19 pandemic has triggered change across multiple industries, particularly affecting healthcare, education, and the U.S. economy. Now more than ever, the role credentials play is top-of-mind, as having advanced certifications and skills serve to help job seekers stand out amongst other candidates in a very competitive job market.

  • June 8, 2021 |
  • Jessica Langley

Episode 16: Pharmacy Workforce Issues + the Optimizing Model

Change is constant within health care, but the pharmacy profession has been driving change for decades, with even more happening in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Because of this change, our two recent podcast guests have been dedicated to leading the charge as it relates to research that highlights the pharmacy technician profession.  

  • May 27, 2021 |
  • Jessica Langley

What's the Difference? eBooks, Integrated Solutions + More

When it comes to choosing the best classroom materials, educators often struggle with narrowing down their many options. While in bygone days, choices centered around hardbound or softbound options, today’s textbook offerings go beyond something you can hold in your hands.

  • May 17, 2021 |
  • National Healthcareer Association

How Case Studies Make Learning Stick

Did you know that as recently as the 1990s, the use of case studies in teaching was almost nonexistent? Over the past twenty years, more and more health science instructors are seeing the value of using case studies in their teaching, with the lecture-only method quickly losing steam. To keep learners’ attention, educators must provide interactive, engaging content, with an emphasis on how the subject studied relates to and expresses itself in real-life situations.

  • May 10, 2021 |
  • Erin Venable
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The Female Frontline: How Healthcare Is Affected by the "She-cession"

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Post-Pandemic Future is Bright for Technicians

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ORCA Program: Paving the Path for Online CTE Success

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