Redefining Recruitment to Retention

About ROAR

ROAR is the respected educational publication for the AAPPR membership and healthcare community. The publication focuses on the professions of physician, provider, physician assistant, and advanced practice registered nurse recruitment through aggregated industry information, analysis of future and current trends, legislative news, and the sharing of best practices. ROAR is published two times per year in the spring and fall with an approximate electronic distribution of 5,000 professionals. ROAR and all of its archives are an AAPPR membership benefit. The current issue is available to the public until the next issue is published.

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If you would like to submit an article for a future issue of ROAR, suggest a topic, or if you would like some guidance on possible article topics, you may contact the editorial team at info@aappr.org. Already have an article ready to submit? You can submit your article through the AAPPR website at the link address below.

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Milestones

The last year has been challenging, but from the unforeseen challenges many of us have achieved great success. Did you start a new job? Have you managed a remote or hybrid team? Were you able to build or revamp a program at your organization? Did find a new creative solution for a challenge? What professional milestones did you reach in the last 365 days? AAPPR would love to hear your story.

Member Connections

We consistently hear that networking and connecting with fellow recruitment professionals is a key benefit of AAPPR membership. How has networking with other AAPPR members impacted your career? Have you been able to leverage connections with other members to complete a challenging project? Have you participated in AAPPR’s Mentor Match program? Tell us about the connections you’ve made.

Advice

Recruitment is typically a profession most people find themselves in because they have certain skills or personality traits. We tend to enter the profession without ever really knowing much about it. Reflecting on your career, what advice would you give your past self when you were first starting out? What are some of the biggest lessons you have learned that would benefit other recruitment professionals? Learning from each other is a key benefit of membership. We encourage you to share your advice.

 
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