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, 2010
In later posts we will look more closely at the challenges and benefits that travel nursing with children at different ages can present, but right now we will look at the general idea of being a a travel nursing family (where two parents travel with one or more children). First off, don’t worry about whether you will be […]
Hallow’s eve is near and it’s during this time when it seems appropriate to share some ghastly tales with you. If you’re like me, it’s during this time that I like the thrill of a good scary movie or scary tale, as it’s a good adrenaline rush! I’m sure as a nurse, there’s no comparison to the rush you get for doing your jobs under so much pressure and under some frightful circumstances. Now couple that with where you’re working and the aura many of these places may have, especially at night.Now that’s spooky!
Welcome to the October 22, 2010 edition of Travel Nursing Blog Carnival. We didn’t have a ton of entries this time and the two we did get have a warnings and danger tone. Between bed bugs and drunk drivers this is not the most fun Travel Nursing Blog Carnival we have had, but both these articles offer […]
There are many besides traveling nurses that escape the doldrums of fall and winter and head to more temperate locations like Arizona, Florida, California & of course Hawaii, these folks are known as “snowbirds.” Just like birds, they’ll head south for the winter and return home, once the coast is clear. So why not follow them, for wherever these people go, there’s definitely going to be a need for nurses like you.
Travel nursing with your spouse or significant other is probably the easiest of all the traveling with a family scenarios. You don’t have to worry about taking care of, educating or keeping kids out of trouble. The biggest challenges that I have seen out there is how to deal with your spouse or significant other’s […]
In my last post I wrote about the many advantages a travel nurse can have by purchasing a GPS system for their cars, and touched briefly on the usefulness of a having a smartphone as well. For anyone venturing across the country, or across town for that matter, will quickly discover how great having a “co-pilot” in a GPS system really is.