Do you have an iPhone? Then make sure you read Katy Unitek’s post about the Ten Awesome iPhone Apps for Nurses & Nursing Students.
If you are just looking into a nursing career with the hopes of being a travel nurse one day then Peter Kimmich’s post about the Benefits of Becoming an RN, is a good one for you to read.
These tips presented by Carol Vertz in the post 10 Safety Tips for Cruising Around Campus are aimed at on campus college students, but they have a lot of application for travel nurses who are out on on their own during an assignment in a new city or unfamiliar hospital, make sure to read them.
Looking for ways to improve your drive to your travel nursing assignment? Whether it is your drive across the country to a new location or just commuting to the hospital each day, the tips by Sheryl Owen in 10 Ways to a Better Morning Commute could come in handy.
Although you obviously want to enjoy the fun things tourists do while you are in assignment in a new city, you want to make sure you don’t actually look like a tourist. Be sure to read these tips from Roger Elmore in 10 Tell-Tale Signs You’re a Tourist. Some are for overseas travelers, but there are still a lot of good tips there if you are travel nursing here in the U.S.
If you want to host the next Travel Nursing Blog Carnival let me know by emailing me at Jeff.Long@TravelNursingBlogs.com.
Also, if you want to submit to the next one here is the link: Travel Nursing Blog Carnival. Submissions will be due 10-18-2010 and the carnival will be posted on 10-22-2010.
And you can see past posts and future hosts can be found on our Travel Nursing Bog Carnival index page.