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Best Social Networks for Doctors

Posted by Adam Rapp | Healthcare Social Media

Mar 30, 2015

Best Social Networks For Doctors
A review of the top four physician-only social media networks that promote online communication and career development among doctors.  The social media boom that has grown increasingly popular for over a decade now continues to consume millions of people all over the world. If you still haven’t accepted that it’s here to stay, it’s ab...

A Day in the Life of an ER Nurse

Posted by Adam Rapp | Nursing

Mar 16, 2015

ER Nurse Infographic
This thorough infographic details the routine one might experience on a typical day as an ER nurse. This post was created by the Graduate Nursing Program at Olivet Nazarene University. At eMedCert, we strongly encourage all forms of guest posting. If you are interested in publishing your work on the eMedCert blog, please contact our editorial t...

The Numbers Don’t Lie: Wearables are the Future of Healthcare

Posted by Adam Rapp | Healthcare Technology

Feb 22, 2015

Wearables Statistics and Future of Healthcare
Still not sold on the notion that wearable technology will revolutionize the way we treat patients? These statistics will change that. USA Today declared 2015, “The Year of Health Care for Wearables.” The Huffington Post labeled wearable technology as, “The Coming Revolution in Healthcare.” TechCrunch claimed it’s time we start, “Reim...

The History of Nursing Infographic

Posted by Adam Rapp | Nursing

Feb 16, 2015

History of Nursing Infographic
This History of Nursing Infographic is a comprehensive illustration that takes you on a trip through time and chronicles the role of nursing from generation to generation.This post was created by Top RN to BSN. At eMedCert, we strongly encourage all forms of guest posting. If you are interested in publishing your work on the eMedCert blog, pleas...

The Bigger Story Behind the Measles Outbreak

Posted by Adam Rapp | Healthcare News

Feb 9, 2015

Measles Outbreak and the Anti-Vaccine Movement
Amidst the uneasiness surrounding the recent measles outbreak, it’s time to unmask the silver lining and address the real issue at hand: the anti-vaccine movement. There are few things in this world more powerful than fear. Fear can keep us alive, and fear can just as easily cripple us. It forces us to react in hope of avoiding a situ...