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 August, 2010
There is much to prepare for when leaving on your next travel nursing assignment and how you handle your mail and bills is a very important one to think about. Thankfully the 21st century has given us many alternatives to how we can send and receive mail.
Living in a new town, even temporarily, can allow you to explore a wide array of fascinating activities and enjoy new experiences. With a job as stressful as nursing, you may want to maximize your off duty time to enjoy the town and get involved in the things you love doing. Keeping your furnished apartment […]
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You need scrubs, but you don’t need to spend a ton of money on them. You also don’t need to run off to Walmart and purchase an extremely low quality uniform. There are ways to buy high quality scrubs that you can feel and look good in and still not spend a ton of money. […]
Being a traveling nurse it’s easy to think of yourself as just a fill in for a short time, but it’s obvious you’re more than that. You were hired not only to fill a need within the hospital but to do your job as a Registered Nurse. With that comes many responsibilities and number one being patient care.
Welcome to the Travel Nursing Blog Carnival. We had three submissions for our first edition, so no too bad. Katy at UnitekCollege.edu talks about the benefits of a travel nursing career for nurses looking to avoid burnout and learn new skills in her post Through the eyes of a Travel Nurse: Guest Speaker. Over at the […]
Time to vote for your favorite travel nursing recruiter at Healthcare Traveler’s 2010 Recruiter of the Year Contest. This is a chance for you to take a few minutes and tell the world why you think your recruiter is the best in the industry. Whether it is because they call you once a week or […]
Travel nurses often put themselves into one of two camps; more money or more fun (caring for others is a given). Whether you are in travel nursing for the money or the experience of doing fun things while traveling you will find LivingSocial.com a useful website during your travel nursing assignments. Here’s how to get started: First, Sign up […]