What a great question and one that we are often asked. The quick response to your question is yes, absolutely you can.
Just like in any other job, you will accrue sick time/paid time off (PTO), to be utilized in the event you become ill and need to take some time off. This is similar to other nurses who enjoy the full-time benefits of working at one location or with one h
While there is an increase in digital and hard skills for healthcare professionals, experts stress soft skills such as critical thinking and problem-solving skills are even more vital to delivering quality care to patients.
As the healthcare industry continues to evolve due to advances in technology, both healthcare organizations and medical professionals should look to embrace these three top digital skills for continued success.
In addition to salary, what are other important things I should look for in my travel nursing contract?
Obviously, salary is a very important part of the travel nurse package, but there is so much more to consider.
I used to travel, but a few years ago, I took a permanent position. How can I get back into traveling? Will my non-travel experience carry over when I apply for a travel position?
Thanks so much for such a great question! The good news is that yes, all of your experiences counts towards you being placed as a travel nurse.
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Have you ever thought about where you’d like to be in 10 years? Well, a career in travel nursing can help you reach both your personal and professional long-term goals.
If you are pursuing a career as a travel nurse and want employers to notice your ‘traveling’ credentials, your resume must highlight that experience effectively!
As Nurses, we know the importance of continuing our education, keeping abreast of current trends and having the knowledge base to pull from when the need arises.