Have you ever considered remote jobs for nurse practitioners? Maybe you crave for flexibility and a better work-life balance. Maybe you know you can overcome nurse practitioner burnout by working from home. And maybe you have no idea what kind of remote nurse practitioner jobs are available.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of telehealth visits have soared! The convenience of talking with a healthcare provider is a major benefit of telehealth. Not to mention the improved access to specialty providers. Now patients can have improved access to health care providers at their hands (through cell phone and computers that is).
Examples of remote jobs for nurse practitioners
But telehealth is just one example of remote jobs for nurse practitioners. There are so many companies that hire nurse practitioners for a variety of healthcare related jobs. For example, legal nurse consultants can do a majority of their work from home. There may also be instructor or educator roles that are based online.
Nurse practitioners can participate in clinical review. They can write health related articles for companies. APRNs can start their own online coaching and consulting business. There are so many remote jobs for nurse practitioners available!
But how do nurse practitioners find these remote jobs? And what if APRNs have questions about applying for remote work? How can they stand out in a remote job interview? Is it possible to travel while working from your computer? Can remote jobs create a better work-life balance? What are some other examples of remote jobs for nurse practitioners? Is working from home a good option for you?
How to find remote jobs for nurse practitioners
With so many questions, I want to give you expert answers!
Introducing The Remote Nurse!
Sadie Glisson, RN, created The Remote Nurse to provide resources and a community for nurses, nurse practitioners, and physician associates. The Remote Nurse provides the information to find and land your first (or next) remote job!
Sadie discovered the benefits of working remotely such as creating a better work-life balance. Sadie shares her own struggles with finding remote work. She applied for dozens of jobs before she found one that would work for her background and life.
Sadie created The Remote Nurse to help other nurses, nurse practitioners, and physician associates find and land their dream remote job. If you have never considered remote jobs as a nurse practitioner, I encourage you to check out The Remote Nurse.
The Remote Nurse provides a Remote Nursing Jobs Crash Course to answer FAQs of finding and landing a remote job as well as examples of 20 remote jobs for healthcare providers. The Remote Nurse also offers a membership program to gain early notification to remote jobs, help with resume building, and access to company reviews (you will learn which company best matches your needs)! Click here to learn more about Remote Nursing Jobs Crash Course and The Remote Nurse Membership!
If you would like to look at available remote jobs for nurse practitioners, check out The Remote Nurse Job Board! There are currently over 400 remote jobs listed, so check out the link for more information!
Overcome nurse practitioner burnout through remote work
As The Burned-out Nurse Practitioner, I strive to provide those struggling with nurse practitioner burnout a variety of options to overcome their burnout. If you crave a better work-life balance, if you long to overcome nurse practitioner burnout, consider remote jobs for nurse practitioners! Think about the flexibility and increase of time (i.e. no daily commute, no social distractions at the office) may be what you need to overcome nurse practitioner burnout.
Remote jobs for nurse practitioners may not be beneficial for everyone, but if you are looking for a better work-life balance while still being able to make an impact, then consider remote jobs for nurse practitioners. If you want to stay in healthcare yet find a job that works for you, check out The Remote Nurse for more information and resources!
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