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Travel Nurse Assignment

What Is a Compact Nursing License and How to Apply for it

Jan 26, 2023

Becoming a healthcare traveler can be a fast-paced career— but it can also be littered with paperwork to keep track of. As if being a healthcare worker wasn’t a challenging enough job, travelers can often be held back by bureaucratic red tape surrounding the routes from state to state.  

A staff nurse contemplating making the switch to travel nursing.
Travel Nurse Assignment
Healthcare Recruiting

5 Tips for Permanent Staff Looking to Transition into Travel Nursing

Jan 10, 2023

Travel nursing can lead to many opportunities as a healthcare professional while providing a fulfilling sense of adventure. It can be a little daunting for those looking to switch to traveling from permanent placement.

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Travel Nurse Housing
Housing Expectations
Traveler Questions

A Traveler’s Guide to Housing

Dec 19, 2022

As a travel nurse, finding accommodations may be intimidating and overwhelming. But it certainly doesn’t have to be. Below, we’ll go over what you need to know about travel nurse housing and how to select the best place for you.

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Travel Nurse Assignment
Travel Contracts
Early Travel Career

Making the Most of Travel Nursing During the Holidays

Dec 5, 2022

Flexibility is one of the many reasons that nurses choose to travel. That flexibility can be a particular asset during the holiday season, though you still need (or try your best) to plan thoroughly in advance. How is working the holidays different when you're a travel nurse?

A travel nurse working on an EHR system
Travel Nurse Health Guide
Travel Nurse Assignment
Healthcare Training

What Is EHR Fatigue and What Can We Do About It?

Nov 21, 2022

Clinicians have a lot to juggle daily. When an EHR alert goes off – again— for the thousandth time with so much going on, it becomes commonplace to ignore it. EHR alerts serve a significant purpose, but they can also result in EHR alert fatigue, clinician burnout, and frustration.