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 April, 2008
Over at Payscale.com is a very honest and thorough description about what travel nursing is like, plus a look at the educational and experience requirements and potential travel nursing pay. They interview Amy Robbins one of the leading nurse bloggers and she does a great job. If you get a chance it is worth reading.
Here is a cool story about a nurse who carried the Olympic torch, which despite all the controversy this year, is something that I think is still a pretty important honor.
Sure, sites like GoogleMaps and MapQuest can give you maps, directions, distance and estimated time, but what you don’t get, is how long it is actually going to take you to get where you’re going. Things like traffic and road construction can affect your drive time. And when you are in a new city on […]
Hello! My name is Bret Nellor. I am a Marketing Specialist with Medical Solutions and will be contributing to this blog regularly. I have been in the marketing field for the past 11 years but I am fairly new to the travel nursing industry. I do not have a nursing background, but I think I […]
It’s called The Nursing Show and it is made for busy nurses, which translates perfectly to travel nurses’ lifestyles. It offers news, commentary, assessment and treatment tips, and medication information inÂ easy to download podcasts thatÂ you can take with you on our travel nursing assignment. It is a great way to stay current on new techniques, […]
After a long stressful day I was thinking about ways to reprioritize and manage my own time, but eventually I started thinking about all the stress that nurses deal with each day. Which made me wonder about what are some ways that nurses can balance the stress and demands on time that comes with dealing […]
In this month’s Life on the goÂ we continue our advice to help you pack more efficiently on your next travel nursing assignment.
I saw this question asked on the NurseZone Blog: Ask the Expert, and thought it was a great one. Shalon Weddington’s response is excellent, and she offers someÂ really goodÂ advice, such as maintaining a good reputation as a nurse, making sure you are with a company big enough to get you the travel nursing assignment you […]
I’m planning on really updating and organizingÂ the Travel Nursing Links page in the next couple of weeks, so if there are any you think should be added leave me a comment telling me what the link is and why you think it should be added.
In anÂ intriuging way to address the nursing shortageÂ a new site calledÂ NurseAuction.com has launched. It is an interesting concept where theÂ site, which isÂ free, allows nurses to bid on shifts and shift ownersÂ to bid on nurses in a “stock exchange” like market. I commented on this on a post at PixelRN.comif you want to read it, but […]