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Interview: so how exactly does ultra-runner Dean Karnazes relax? by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Fri 10 Jun 2011 12:00pm Dean Karnazes is perhaps America's best known ultra runner. Or perhaps to be more specific he might be the only ultra runner most American's can name. In an effort to raise awareness of the Endurance Challenge, Karnazes was gracious enough to play questions and answer with EMT's Ryan F. We think you'll find Ryan's questions and answer fa ... Read on »
Snagged an Interview? Look the part by Patrice S. Posted Mon 01 Mar 2010 12:00am Getting invited for an interview is really exciting! However, amidst that excitement, there can be a lot of anxiety, nervousness and uncertainty. Hopefully this will help you to relax. All interviews, whether it is for a job or  placement in a school, has essentially the same aim - to see who is the best fit for the position. Your goal is to p ... Read on »
An Unusually Bad Interview Experience by Dr. Rob Dobrenski Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Thu 12 Mar 2009 3:43pm When I applied to graduate school in the winter of 1996, there was a large emphasis on what was labeled "goodness of fit." That is, once certain academic criteria were reached (e.g., acceptable GRE scores, sufficient G.P.A.) the program was looking for applicants who were most likely to thrive in the institution. The thinking was that at the do ... Read on »
Preparing for a Massage Interview - What Every Massage Therapist Should Know and Ask by Laurie Craig Posted Tue 26 Apr 2011 8:09pm Before you can start working as a massage therapist, you have to perform a massage interview to get the job, and interviewing for a massage position is quite different than most other interview processes. For many massage therapists, the first job they hold directly out of massage school is for a chiropractor, or a spa / salon owner instead of ... Read on »
Best Way to Prepare For Medical School Interviews by MDadmit Posted Wed 28 Nov 2012 6:49am The best way to get ready for medical school interviews is to exercise with someone and do mock interviews. Get a record of common meeting concerns and have your buddy ask concerns. First, begin off simple to get you used to being questioned. Simultaneously, have the interview panel member notice your actions and system gesture. For example ... Read on »
Stressed Out? Learn to Relax Tomorrow Night by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 8:13pm If you're stressed out, as many of us are, I've got some great news. Tomorrow night, I'm presenting a very special tele-seminar to help you manage your stress. It's with a wonderful M.D., who specializes in stress management and who also just happens to be one of those who has the most incredible bedside manner! * * * So, do any of ... Read on »
Massage eases anxiety, but no better than simple relaxation does by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Mar 2010 7:33am A new randomized trial shows that on average, three months after receiving a series of 10 massage sessions, patients had half the symptoms of anxiety. This improvement resembles that previously reported with psychotherapy, medications, or both. But the trial, published in the journal Depression and Anxiety, also found massage to be no more e ... Read on »
Life-Altering Relaxation in 6 Minutes and 20 Seconds by theselfhealingcoach Posted Tue 08 Nov 2011 12:01pm I’m still amazed by the tremendous response I received from the video interview with Devon White about fear that I published a few weeks ago. Apparently, I’m not the only one who has done battle with this fierce opponent. As a result of the emails I received, Devon and I spent some time discussing what we could give all y’all to help mana ... Read on »
Tips for Interviewing the Disabled by Victoria Powell Posted Wed 21 Oct 2009 10:09pm Image via Wikipedia In my line of work as a Life Care Planner, I must interview clients who have suffered from a traumatic injury or illness.  As the interviewer there are certain things one should keep in mind when interviewing someone with a disability.  Here are a few tips I have picked up along the way.  I hope you find the ... Read on »
Masterful Communication: Absolutely Dominate the Interview by Rhett L. Patient Expert Posted Mon 16 Jul 2012 3:50pm Following are my top tips on how to rock in a job interview... Be early. 15 minutes before is on time. If you are interviewing on a large corporate complex or institutional campus, be in the parking lot no later than 30 minutes before.  Give yourself time to get to the interview room in a relaxed, focused and ready-to-go fashion. ... Read on »