ThriveAP’s 5 Most Pinned on Pinterest

Do you love pinning as much as we do? Pinterest is an endless vortex of creativity, a DIY haven, a virtual fashion runway, and an inspiration station. For those of you who didn’t know, ThriveAP is pinning like crazy these days. We simply couldn’t resist.  No, we can’t teach you how to make the best vegan double chocolate brownies or redecorate your newborn’s bedroom or even whip up an at home organic face mask. 

We will leave the DIY decor projects and fashion tips to those trendy, creative types. But, we do post pins on all things nursing, health, and medicine related.

So, if you are looking for anything from skills workshops for nurse practitioners to a good medical movie to enjoy with a glass of wine this weekend, look no further than ThriveAP’s Pinterest boards. For a fun, mid-week pick me up, check out our most pinned on Pinterest.

1. 10 Highest Paying Nurse Practitioner Specialties

While the job market and years of experience certainly affect how much nurse practitioners are paid, the most important factor affecting NP salaries is specialty. Choosing a career in neonatology over women’s health, for example, could net you an additional $20,000 a year. Which nurse practitioner specialties are most lucrative? 

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2. Seven Habits of Highly Effective Nurse Practitioner Students

Your nurse practitioner program will certainly direct your studies, but its important you make the most of your classroom and clinical experience to maximize preparation for your career. Check out this modified version of Stephen Covey’s famous Seven Habits of Highly Effective People for advice on making the most of your NP education.

3. 10 Highest Paying Physician Assistant Specialties

The primary factor in selecting your physician assistant specialty should be your areas of interest. But, there is a significant variation when it comes to pay for PAs across different specialties so salary comes into play when choosing where you will work. Which physician assistants earn the most?

4. Make a Fashion Statement With Your Feet! Socks for NPs and PAs

Looking for a low risk way to transform your work wardrobe? Why not start with socks? These cozy new socks might be just the thing to add a fun, creative kick to your workplace wardrobe.

5. 10 Reasons You Should Become a Nurse Practitioner

If you’ve spent any amount of time on the ThriveAP blog, you’ve seen our excitement about the nurse practitioner career path. Looking at our own experiences, we’ve narrowed our enthusiasm down to the top 10 reasons you should become a nurse practitioner.

What are your favorite ThriveAP Pinterest pins?


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