Travel Nursing News and Blog

  • by Eve Ami on January 28, 2016

    Think the downside of travel nursing is isolation from family and friends? In today’s digital world, that’s not really a problem. At the top of your toolbox list should be the video chat and online phone system Skype.

  • by Eve Ami on January 26, 2016

    Is it practical to consider starting a new a career or even your first one after the age of 50? The truth is, there is less security in retiring than there was 20 years ago. The cost of living is high while social security remains a gamble.

  • by Eve Ami on January 21, 2016

    Friends and family often ask nurses to give medical advice informally, but is it wise?

  • by Eve Ami on January 19, 2016

    What do travel nurses do during their down time? Life in a city that is new to you doesn’t mean spending your days off inside watching TV. One of the perks of this career option is the chance to see new places. Finding the right day trip will help you fill that time and make a few memories.

  • by Eve Ami on January 14, 2016

    It's no secret that nursing is a rewarding and fulfilling, yet sometimes challenging and stressful, profession -- and it takes strength to succeed.

  • by Eve Ami on January 12, 2016

    Where are you headed on your next travel nursing assignment? If the answer is Chambersburg, PA, then you are going to want to do some research. Chambersburg is actually a borough located in South Central Pennsylvania. Originally settled by Native American tribes such as the Shawnee, in 1730, the immigrants from Europe moved in to build homes...

  • by Eve Ami on January 07, 2016

    Nursing is a rewarding and fast-paced profession that requires stamina. Eating as healthy as possible, and staying hydrated, is crucial to supporting your ability to perform well in such a demanding profession.

  • by Eve Ami on January 05, 2016

    January is the month where winter’s darkness can really get to us. No matter which nursing shift you’re working, you may not get much sunlight -- and that’s especially true in the shorter days of winter. In order to lift your mood and avoid an unhealthy vitamin D deficiency, you need some daily time in the sun.

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  • by Eve Ami on January 21, 2016

    Friends and family often ask nurses to give medical advice informally, but is it wise?

  • by Eve Ami on January 19, 2016

    What do travel nurses do during their down time? Life in a city that is new to you doesn’t mean spending your days off inside watching TV. One of the perks of this career option is the chance to see new places. Finding the right day trip will help you fill that time and make a few memories.

  • by Eve Ami on January 14, 2016

    It's no secret that nursing is a rewarding and fulfilling, yet sometimes challenging and stressful, profession -- and it takes strength to succeed.

  • by Eve Ami on January 12, 2016

    Where are you headed on your next travel nursing assignment? If the answer is Chambersburg, PA, then you are going to want to do some research. Chambersburg is actually a borough located in South Central Pennsylvania. Originally settled by Native American tribes such as the Shawnee, in 1730, the immigrants from Europe moved in to build homes...

  • by Eve Ami on January 07, 2016

    Nursing is a rewarding and fast-paced profession that requires stamina. Eating as healthy as possible, and staying hydrated, is crucial to supporting your ability to perform well in such a demanding profession.

  • by Eve Ami on January 05, 2016

    January is the month where winter’s darkness can really get to us. No matter which nursing shift you’re working, you may not get much sunlight -- and that’s especially true in the shorter days of winter. In order to lift your mood and avoid an unhealthy vitamin D deficiency, you need some daily time in the sun.

  • by Eve Ami on December 31, 2015

    It is that time of year again! The holidays bring with them resolutions for a better life in the New Year. It can be anything from dropping that last stubborn 20 pounds to finding ways to make more money. If you’re a nurse and want to pick up a worthy resolution, consider one of the following:

  • by Eve Ami on December 29, 2015

    Honesty and ethics are two of the most important components of any profession. However, some professionals tend to exhibit these characteristics more than others do.

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