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7 Tech Breakthroughs that will Make You a Better Nurse

April 2, 2015

It’s impossible to think back even a few years ago and not be able to identify how some significant technology upgrade has changed the way you live, work, or play. The same is true for those who work in the healthcare industry, especially for those who are on the front lines of patient care – […]


The Rewards and Trials of PICU Nursing

March 27, 2015

No one ever said that a nursing career was easy on the mind, body, or soul, but one specialization in particular – pediatric ICU (PICU) nursing – comes with a unique set of challenges. On the flipside, however, it’s hard to find a more rewarding career. Pediatric ICU nurses are often the saving grace in […]


Touching Stories from the Labor and Delivery Unit – A Glimpse into their World

March 13, 2015

Helping to bring a new life into the world as a labor and delivery nurse can be the best job on earth, says the people that choose this career each and every day. “I know I will never do any other type of nursing because the thought of not being a part of this is […]


Understanding Your Travel Nurse Pay Package and Taxes

March 2, 2015

I was originally drawn to the travel nursing field for the opportunity to travel the country while getting paid at the same time. I knew travel nurses were paid fairly well and had been bombarded with various emails advertising travel nursing pay scales as high as $40 an hour; I don’t know about you, but […]


Travel Nursing Vocabulary You Need to Know

January 30, 2015

When initially pursuing a career in travel nursing, you might find the lingo a bit confusing and overwhelming. There are several terms used often that most people haven’t heard of because they don’t typically pertain to a non-traveling career.  Below, I will explain some of the travel nurse lingo that you will likely come across […]