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Scrubadoo’s News: The Scrub Brand Break Down – Part 2

Scrubadoo’s News: The Scrub Brand Break Down – Part 2

Didn’t read the Scrub Brand Breakdown Part-1? See here Every time you turn around there is a new brand of scrubs out there.  Is there any real difference in what you are getting?  YES!  While there are some styles and cuts that are basically the same across many brands, there is typically a huuuge differences […]

By February 10, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
The Decision to Become Travelers

The Decision to Become Travelers

Nursing, unlike other professions, makes it easy to jump in the water. I believe that once your circumstances and curiosity becomes greater than your fear of the unknown, you will begin looking for a contract. We did and do not regret the decision. 2012 will be a big year for us. We have started a […]

By January 20, 2012 3 Comments Read More →
Do Travel Nurses Make a Lot of Money?

Do Travel Nurses Make a Lot of Money?

Although most nurses get hired on staff full time, there are the other kinds of nurses who are hired on a contract basis across the country and world.  These are the travel nurses, and a question often asked of them is do they make more money than regular nurses?  The short answer is yes. Because […]

Scrubadoo’s News: The Scrub Brand Break Down – Part 1

Scrubadoo’s News: The Scrub Brand Break Down – Part 1

It seems like there are an endless variety of scrub brands to choose from these days.  At Scrubadoo it seems like we are contacted on a weekly basis we are contacted by new vendors with new brands that they want us to carry on our site.  It is tough for us to keep track of […]

By January 12, 2012 2 Comments Read More →
Guest Author: Sam Omulligan – Professionalism and the Travel Nurse

Guest Author: Sam Omulligan – Professionalism and the Travel Nurse

If you are thinking about joining ranks with the over 25, 000 travel nurses in the United States who travel to exciting destinations while earning a solid income, consider the fact that your professional reputation will follow you from place to place. Agencies that recommend and place nurses keep records and share information with potential […]

Guest Author: Jacelyn Thomas – Preparing for winter in a cold travel nurse assignment

Guest Author: Jacelyn Thomas – Preparing for winter in a cold travel nurse assignment

Travel nurses encounter a lot of variety in the cities where they work. Over the course of a few years a typical travel nurse will experience a wide array of foods, cultures, and people as they travel from city to city. If a travel nurse hails from a hometown with a fairly temperate climate, however, […]

Guest Author: Elaine Hirsch – Opportunities for RNs in International Development

Guest Author: Elaine Hirsch – Opportunities for RNs in International Development

Nurses look to some of the occupation’s most revered pioneers such as Florence Nightingale and Clara Barton for their inspiration to work in adverse conditions. Nightingale and Barton both provided service to soldiers in wartime and dealt with the difficult atmosphere nursing in battle conditions required. Nurses in international development today may work under very […]

By December 5, 2011 1 Comments Read More →
Guest Author: Mariana Ashley – 4 Ways Travel RNs Can Ace Their Phone Interviews

Guest Author: Mariana Ashley – 4 Ways Travel RNs Can Ace Their Phone Interviews

Professional interviews can be one of the most nerve-racking experiences in any individual’s life. We, as a society, have trouble talking about ourselves to others in this way, so being forced to discuss all of your best qualities in an interview can feel very uncomfortable and be very difficult. Not only do we have to […]

By November 30, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Guest Author: Alvina Lopez – Make the most of free time while travel nursing

Guest Author: Alvina Lopez – Make the most of free time while travel nursing

Perhaps chief among the perks of working as a traveling nurse is the opportunity to explore new and exciting US cities. As a traveling nurse, you enjoy a constant mobility that most 9-5ers stuck in their day jobs can only dream of. What’s more, the small period of time that most travel nurses reside in […]

By November 10, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Scrubadoo’s News: Movember

Scrubadoo’s News: Movember

Normally in our monthly blog here we talk about scrubs, uniforms, and other changes that are going on with the clothes you have to wear to work.  This month we are going a little out of our norm.  We want to breach the subject of mustaches. Walking around the hospital over the next few weeks […]

By November 7, 2011 0 Comments Read More →