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4 Ways to Rent Your House While You Travel

July 17, 2017

Travel nursing allows you to see the country, gain new personal and professional experiences and help fulfill the needs of medical facilities that may be underserved. This type of work can be immensely gratifying and quite lucrative, but many people are hesitant to dive into travel nursing because they don’t want to have to worry […]


The First Month In The Life Of A Travel Nurse

July 10, 2017

This is it! It’s time to get on the road. You turned in the 7,000 single pieces of paperwork and gave your two-week notice. Fingerprints: check. Drug screen: check. Cancel cable and internet: check. Your entire life is packed snugly in the back of your car and the travel snack bag is sitting in the […]


Traveler Orientation: Operating Room Questions You Should Ask

July 3, 2017

Orientation as a traveler is going to be very different than as a permanent staff nurse. Since you are only at one location for 13 weeks and the hospital is probably desperately short-staffed, it isn’t uncommon to receive only 1 to 2 days of orientation or none at all. I find it helpful to ask […]


Travel Nursing – Safety Tips to Take on the Road

June 26, 2017

Being a travel nurse is exciting and possibly one of the most memorable things you will do in your nursing career. With that said, it seems that with all good things in life, there’s the possibility that bad things will follow. Travel nursing is fun and very adventurous but without taking certain safety precautions, your […]


The Difference Between a Travel NP and a Travel RN

June 19, 2017

Like most people, I thought being a Travel NP would be more or less the same as being a Travel RN. I’ve come to realize that while they do have some similarities, they are actually quite different. In fact, Travel NPs are more commonly known as locum tenens providers. The word “locum tenens” means to […]