In celebration of the first week of summer, here is a list of Barton’s favorite summer healthcare tips and blogs!
- Part of the locum tenens experience is the opportunity to travel to different healthcare facilities across the country. However, the only thing separating many healthcare providers from testing out different specialties and work environments is an airplane ride. Without being fully prepared for your departure, that time in the sky, whether it is a couple of hours to a day or more, can take a toll on your health. Here are a few simple, precautionary ways to stay healthy while flying. Read More
- Salmon has incredible health benefits and should be on your radar the next time you’re thinking of a healthy meal option. Read More
- “You don’t need a gym to get your fitness on — in most cases, all you need is WiFi and a bit of floor space. Here are some YouTube channels you might want to subscribe to for workouts, fitness tips, or just plain motivation” Read More
- When most people think of the summer season, beaches and barbecues are the first things to come to mind. However, for emergency departments across the nation, summer is colloquially referred to as “trauma season”. With daylight savings and students on summer break, days have become longer and summer leisure time increases. As a result, there is a rise in emergency department (ED) visits. Read More