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 May, 2008
If you haven’t noticed, we have two new authors, Patrick and Bret,Â contributing to TravelNursingBlogs.com. They both have a lot of interesting things to write about and each bring their own unique perspective on the travel nursing industry to the blog. If you get a chance leave them a comment and say hello.
Good day to you all! I hope you’ve all fully recovered from the Memorial Day break, I know I have. Although mine wasn’t filled with friends and BBQ’s, more like full of destruction, clean up and painting my new home! It really hasn’t hit me yet that I’ll soon be a homeowner, but buying a […]
I get the Healthcare Traveler E-News and this month it had some interestingÂ results regarding the effect that the high gas prices are having on travel nurses’ commutes. They asked: Has the cost of gasoline caused you to adjust your commute? 49% Yes. I mostly use public transportation now. 24% No. It has not had an […]
Good afternoon or whatever time of day it is when you’re reading this! I’d like to take this chance to introduce myself… Guten tag,my name is Patrick and I am part of the dynamic and dynamite Marketing team at Medical Solutions. I hope that you will come back and visit again shortly for I will […]
Last time I posted a couple websites you can use to map your running course while on a travel nursing assignment in a new location. I thought it would be good to review some running safety tips before you go for your run.
Here is a fun little site to help you plan your drive to your next travel nursing job. It’s called RoadTripPlanning.com and has everything you need to plan your next trip, from route planners to road trip games. When you are driving cross country the trip can get long and tedious, but I think this […]
Once you have submitted your application online you can literally sit back and wait for a recruiter to call you. Thanks to the nursing shortage, qualified nurses looking to travel are in high demand. That’s why I’m going to break this post up, for now I will just cover what makes a good recruiter and […]
A new and improved Orientedx3.comÂ is now available. It is a cool site that aggregates the feeds of a lot of other nursing blogs for you. Now you can read each blogs latest posts in one spot. You could set this up for yourself using Bloglines or Google Feeds, but now you don’t have to. This […]
If you are looking for some other great nursing blogs to read check out this Top 25 Nursing Blogs ListÂ put out by the Nursing Online Education Database. TravelNursingBlogs.com didn’t crack the top 25, but we did make the list coming in at number 36. I guess we will just have to keep working hard to […]
In the past I have talked about some of the best social networking sites out there for nurses and I just wanted to bring your attention to one I missed, NursingLink.com. It offersÂ all of the same tools as other social networking sites, but goes a step further with some pretty fun and cool functions like […]