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What to do Between Travel Nursing Assignments

December 26, 2014

If you are considering a career in travel nursing, one of the first things you should think about is what you plan to do in between contracts and what it will take to make that happen. Do you want/need to go home in between each assignment? Do you want to leisurely travel from one location […]

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Understanding Your Travel Nursing Schedule

November 5, 2014

I have always found the most exciting thing about starting a new travel assignment is getting your schedule and planning your activities. It is not uncommon for the nurse manager on your floor to have your schedule done for your first few weeks by the time you hit hospital orientation; after all, you are there […]

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Travel Nursing in Big Cities vs Small

October 29, 2014

The variety of living in Los Angeles versus a small Cape Cod town; or San Antonio versus Boston, or Washington state wine country versus Washington D.C. can be intoxicating – our country is so versatile. From big bustling cities to small quaint towns and everything in between; this is why we travel. We get to […]

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Tips for Preparing for a Travel Nurse Assignment

October 15, 2014

Have you just accepted your first travel nurse assignment and are thinking, “Now what?!” or have you been at it a while and thinking there has to be a better way to prepare for a new assignment? We have been at this for five years now and have about got it down to a science. […]

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The Power of Networking for the Traveling Nurse

September 19, 2014

Networking as a nurse is something you simply don’t learn during nursing school. Believe it or not, you are actually networking right now as you read this article. Networking is simply interacting with other people in order to gain information to better yourself. This is huge in nursing and there are a variety of ways […]

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