As a nurse, you are most likely trying to find ways to save money and still meet those recertification requirements needed to maintain your professional licensure. Let’s look at a few of our recommendations for finding courses.
Summer vacations are always exciting, but having kids in tow can make it more challenging to find family friendly places to travel. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to include your family on your next travel nursing assignment?
Communication is essential to the recruiter/nurse relationship. Breakdowns can result in either a disgruntled recruiter or an unsatisfied travel nurse. Let’s look at how and why transparency is a two-way street.
Each week, we are going to be featuring one of our fantastic recruiters so you can get to know our team a little better. We feel it is important for you to have an established relationship with your recruiter – this is first step!
Anytime you start a new job it can be nerve-racking. Starting a new travel nursing job can be even more anxiety producing on the first day. Let’s look at 5 ways to reduce your stress and enjoy your first day on your new travel nursing adventure.
Being on the road as travel nurse can be unpredictable, so having the right items with you can help you maximize your experience. While there are many essentials, we’ve laid out our top 5 “must-haves.”
Knowledge is power - Understanding the facts about your travel contract the first step to making your experiences more rewarding and less intimidating. Here is our advice for making the process easier.