Now that you have had a good night’s sleep and started your first day out right you should be full of energy and ready to start your first day. For travel nurses this means the beginning of orientation. Each hospital has a different orientation process and some may be longer than others, but there are some [...]
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Kathryn Norcutt has been an active member of the health care community for over 20 years. During her time as a nurse, she has helped people from all walks of life and ages. Now, Kathryn leads a much less hectic life and devotes most of her free time to writing for RNnetwork, a site specializing in RNnetwork.
Spending time away from your loved ones can be difficult at best. But for the life of a travel nurse, traveling comes with the territory. With assignments that can last anywhere from a few months to a year, the periodic comings and goings are just another facet of the job. Yet, for the novice travel [...]
No doubt, the fairer seasons have retreated, leaving many of us standing under leafless trees, gazing upon gloomier skies and ho-humming our way through the shorter amounts of daylight. All of which combined, can create a slight case of the winter doldrums. Throw in being a traveling nurse on assignment in an unfamiliar location and [...]