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Dealing with SAD - a guide for international healthcare professionals living in the U.S.
Navigating Seasonal Affective Disorder: a guide for international healthcare professionals in the United States

​Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that typically occurs during specific seasons, most commonly in the fall and winter months when daylight hours are shorter. For internatio...

Conexus MedStaff international healthcare professionals success stories
Celine’s story: fast-tracked U.S. medical technologist career with the H-1B visa lottery

​The H-1B visa lottery is a popular choice for international medical technologists looking to start a new career in the United States with Conexus MedStaff, because it offers a faster path to worki...

Earn Fall 2023 Recipients
Three Conexus RNs Awarded Scholarship to Enhance Specialty Skillsets

​Three Conexus RNs recently received Conexus MedStaff's Education Advancement for Registered Nurses (EARN) Scholarship, a biannual scholarship that supports dedicated healthcare professionals with ...

10 good things to do today
Mental well-being during the holidays for international healthcare professionals in the United States
Prioritizing mental well-being during the holiday season

​The holiday season often brings joy and celebration, but for many international registered nurses and medical technologists living in the United States, it can also bring unique challenges to ment...

USA festive holiday traditions for international healthcare professionals
Gifts, feasts, and traditions: your guide to the American festive season

​The winter festive season in the United States is a time of joy, togetherness, and celebration. Rooted in a diverse tapestry of cultural and religious traditions, Americans come together to share ...

Visa Bulletin
Visa Bulletin update: January 2024

​January 2024 Visa Bulletin: now is the ideal time for your U.S. dreams!The Visa Bulletin for January 2024 has been released by the U.S. Department of State. There’s exciting news for international...

Preparing For OPT as an international nursing student on an F-1 visa in the USA
Preparing for OPT as an F1 nursing student in the U.S.

​As an international nursing student on the verge of graduating in the United States, the prospect of Optional Practical Training (OPT) allows for valuable professional experiences. OPT provide F1 ...

Holiday budgeting tips for international healthcare professionals in the U.S.
Mastering your festive finance: a guide to holiday season budgeting

​The holiday season is a time of joy, festivities, and giving, but it can also bring financial stress as the spirit of generosity can lead to overspending. However, with a strategic approach to bud...

USA H-1B visa eligibility for international medical technologists
Building community connections as an international healthcare professional in the U.S.
Giving back: strengthening ties and connecting with your community

​As an international registered nurse or medical technologist living in the U.S., you may be looking for ways to give back to your new community over the festive season. Giving back and lending a h...

Team Spotlight
Conexus team spotlight: Janice Quiachon

​We have a fantastic team of people at Conexus MedStaff! Whether we’re working behind the scenes, over the phone, or face-to-face with our nurses and medical technologists, we all have one thing in...

Event Wrap Up
A year of global connections: recapping our 2023 recruitment events

​We’re bidding farewell to an extraordinary year of recruiting international registered nurses and medical technologists from around the world, and wanted to share our incredible 2023 journey with ...