To set the record straight and help you manage your fiscal expectations from assignment to assignment, here are five misconceptions about travel nursing compensation that demand a closer look.
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While travel nurse contracts may be in place for several weeks, some hospitals or facilities may want to extend your contract. Learn what to do if presented this option, including weighing the pros and cons of extending your assignment.
Working in a hospital setting can sometimes expose healthcare workers and nurses to violent behaviors from patients, with emergency room doctors and nurses experiencing the brunt of assault.
When you take a travel assignment, you will often be provided with short-term housing for travel nurses.
If you’ve been traveling for more than the past several years, you probably have a travel nursing portfolio of documentation you keep with you at all times that includes your licenses, certifications.
Due to the recent measles outbreak that has occurred, healthcare professionals such as nurses, should be aware of symptoms and how to effectively manage their risk of exposure to the disease when at work.
Ready to take your nursing career on the road? Choosing the right recruiter is one of the first and most important steps you will take on this exciting new journey
When on assignment as a travel nurse, staying active and caring for your health can help you prevent burnout. Read four simple tips to help increase your fitness and energy levels while traveling.
Burnout in the workplace can happen to employees in any field or industry, however, nurses are at an increased risk due to stressors such as decreasing budgets and staffing shortages. Learn the symptoms of nurse burnout so you can be aware and seek treatm
Most people think travel nurses are always living their best lives, traveling to exciting destinations and never being in one place long enough to be affected by office politics.