Ask a Travel Nurse Question: Do you have a list of options that you make sure you spell out on a contract, sort of a guide or checklist to follow to make sure that all your needs, issues and concerns are spelled out within your contract? Ask a Travel Nurse Answer: The things that you […]
Archive for October, 2007
If you like scary ghost stories or have any of your own from your nursing experience check out this discussion thread on AllNurses.com. Do you have any of your own?
The next step in becoming a travel nurse is to figure out where you want to go. Like determining why you want to travel, knowing where you want to go will guide many of your future decisions in the early stages of your travel nursing career. Maybe you want to see new places that aren’t […]
The first step in becoming a travel nurse is determining exactly why you want to travel. Is it to make more money? Do you want more control of your schedule? Are you looking for more time for yourself? Do you want to improve your current skills? Learn new ones? Are you looking to meet new […]
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Over the next couple of weeks I’m going to be creating the ultimate travel nursing checklsit for you. So keep your eyes out for it. I will look at everything from how to pick a company to what kind of things to pack to how to find fun stuff to do. And as always your […]
A while ago I posted about the top ten sites for blogging about your travel nursing experiences, but I sure missed one. RealTravel.com is a phenomenal travel site that not only allows you to share your travel stories, but plan your trips too. Of course you can also read other people’s travel blogs and see […]
I was looking through the new RN Magazine this morning and was pretty impressed. Not only does it have a nice new look, but it also contains lots of new content. Including more clinical and professional content and more work-life balance advice. Give it a look. They also are making some changes to RNweb.com, like […]
I usually try to find good advice for you when you are out on your travel nursing assignment, but a letter from the editor in Healthcare Traveler magazine made me realize there is a lot of work to do before you leave for a travel nursing assignment. For starters keeping your home safe. I found […]
TravelingNurseAdvice.com is a new travel nursing advice site with lots of good content. Definitely worth stopping in and checking out.
I foundÂ TravelGirlInc.comÂ yesterday and was really impressed with all of the travel tips. I have never read the magazine itself, but the website is full of great content and travel advice that nurses, male or female, could used on the road working a travel nursing job. The “What’a TG to do in…” section offers great reviews […]