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 [...]
Are you thinking about pursuing a career in travel nursing, but aren’t sure where to being? Your questions are waiting to be answered! There is a new easy-to-follow Student Guide to Travel Nursing for those students interested in travel nursing as a career. The student guide details information on the required education, experience and necessary skills to [...]
Ask a Travel Nurse Question: Hello, I am a new RN grad and am in the middle of interviews with various areas of the hospital. I am wondering what type of area of nursing is beneficial to gain experience in before pursuing a career as a travel nurse? For example, would an ortho floor be adequate? Thank [...]
As frequent flyers, I’m sure most travel nurses are familiar with the negative effects of flying on your body. Bad circulation? Dehydration? No Fun. But, not all may know that flying the friendly skies can take the biggest toll on your skin. Take the already stress of air travel paired with altitude and recycled air [...]
Ask a Travel Nurse Question: I am an experienced (28 years) Labor and delivery nurse, now kids are gone and am considering leaving hospital nursing for the travel world. What are the worst things as well as the best things about travel nursing I can expect? Ask a Travel Nurse Answer: Hi. There is simply not enough [...]
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February is the time of year when everyone starts trying to think of what in the world they are going to get their love for Valentine’s Day. As travel nurses or allied health professionals, a lot of you are away from the ones you love right now, making it seem more important than usual to [...]
Ask a Travel Nurse Question: My wife and I are both nurses and are starting to travel nurse. Her experience is in home health, hospice and LT care. My experience is ED, cardiac and CATH lab. We have signed with a couple different companies, but they seem to be looking more for me and not for [...]