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Ask a Travel Nurse: What is needed to prove my perm address?

Ask a Travel Nurse: What is needed to prove my perm address?

Ask a Travel Nurse Question: What is needed to prove my perm address? Is receiving a credit card bill there enough to demonstrate that it’s my perm address, or would it have to be a utility bill, or even having my driver’s license and voters registration listed there? Ask a Travel Nurse Answer: I guess [...]

17 Top Travel Nursing Blogs Posts From 2014

17 Top Travel Nursing Blogs Posts From 2014

Our hope is that Travel Nursing Blogs is able to provide tools and resources for your career in Travel Nursing, help answer your questions, entertain you, and support you in building an awesome career where you can have amazing adventures and do truly important work. When it comes to what topics to cover here at [...]

By December 29, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Why a Nurse is the Ultimate “Big Hero”

Why a Nurse is the Ultimate “Big Hero”

Last weekend I saw an NPR headline that caught my attention: Why Does It Take A Movie Robot To Show What Nurses Really Do? In the article, author Kelli Dunham (herself a nurse) discusses the prevalence of unsatisfying media representations of nurses. She details nurse representations in popular media that include hyper-sexuality, incompetency, lack of [...]

By December 23, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Ask a Travel Nurse: What are the best hospitals nationwide?

Ask a Travel Nurse: What are the best hospitals nationwide?

Ask a Travel Nurse Question: I’m thinking about becoming a Travel Nurse next year, and I will be taking my husband and two children with me, so I’m looking for a place that treats their Travelers well and might have potential for assignment extensions. Can you tell me: What are the best hospitals nationwide? Ask [...]

Ask a Travel Nurse: How do I get the best housing on my first Travel Nursing assignment?

Ask a Travel Nurse: How do I get the best housing on my first Travel Nursing assignment?

Ask a Travel Nurse Question: I am about to become a first-time Traveler. What should I look for in terms of accommodations and how do I get the best housing on my first Travel Nursing assignment? Ask a Travel Nurse Answer: In speaking with travel companies, if you are concerned about your accommodations, one of [...]

By December 19, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
33 Holiday Movies Travel Nurses Will Love

33 Holiday Movies Travel Nurses Will Love

Throughout much of the country, the cold of winter calls for bountiful blankets and copious covers, which tend to go great with movie marathons! And, during this festive time of year, what better fare to snuggle up with than a Holiday flick? Even if it’s still 70° and sunny in your location, here are 33 [...]

By December 18, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
How Baby Boomers Will Impact the Nursing Shortage

How Baby Boomers Will Impact the Nursing Shortage

Most folks know about the nursing shortage, which Travel Nursing helps to ease in part. The United States is in need of more nurses, nurse leaders, and nurse educators, in order to satisfy the healthcare needs of the population. While most people know that the Affordable Care Act has increased the demand on the healthcare [...]

By December 12, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Time’s Person of the Year are the Ebola Fighters

Time’s Person of the Year are the Ebola Fighters

Time magazine’s latest “Person of the Year” is healthcare related, with the publication naming the Ebola Fighters for 2014. While Time’s Person of the Year are the Ebola Fighters, the profile focuses mostly on those in West Africa, which has been the real hot zone for the deadly, destructive disease. However, there are stories spanning [...]

By December 10, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Ask a Travel Nurse: Is my Travel Nursing contract OK?

Ask a Travel Nurse: Is my Travel Nursing contract OK?

Ask a Travel Nurse Question: Hi David! I’m getting ready to start my very first Travel Nursing assignment in a couple of weeks. I just got my contract today and I was wondering if you would mind taking a look at it and seeing if everything looks OK? I can email it to you if [...]

Tips for Taking Care of Tired Nurse Feet

Tips for Taking Care of Tired Nurse Feet

Feet were built for moving, whether it be running from patient to patient or standing at bedsides administering care. But your job doesn’t ever seem to give your tired feet a break! At the end of the day, the constant pressure and use can mean that they are extremely sore and aching for reprieve. Because [...]