Travel Nursing News / Blog

  • Having a baby is one of the most magical and overwhelming experiences in life. Because of the toll labor can take on your body, as well as the need to bond with your new child, you will most likely take varying periods of maternity leave after your baby is born. Here is some basic information to help you plan for maternity leave as a...

  • The holiday season is one of the happiest and busiest times of the year. It is also the perfect time to show your nursing staff how much they mean to you. Below are some nursing staff appreciation ideas that you can use to thank your staff for their hard work during the holidays. 

  • It’s no surprise that December is the month people gain the most weight. As the holiday season begins, make smart choices to avoid holiday weight gain.

  • Intensive care, or critical care, takes nursing to a new level because these professionals deal with high-risk patients and the emotional strain that comes with them. An ICU nurse often must manage more than just medical care. Families and patients facing end-of-life decisions are a normal part of the job.

  • We've titled this "Better Gift Ideas" because last year's holiday gift list didn't exactly earn us rave reviews. However, we are tenaciously trying again--with excellent suggestions from our community--inspired by last year's list.

  • Travel nursing can take you to locations all around the country, from warm coastal cities to charming towns in the Midwest. Before you visit a city, it helps to learn a little about it so that you can make the most of your stay.

  • You can become a travel nurse during any time of the year. However, becoming a travel nurse during the holiday season is especially rewarding. Not only does working during the holiday season provide you with intrinsic rewards, but you can also earn higher pay than you would working in a standard nursing job. 

  • Working as a travel nurse is a rewarding career and there are many reasons to be thankful, both big and small.

  • It is hard to stay on the go as a travel nurse without really good socks. The truth is, it is hard to do most things in life when your feet are uncomfortable, but travel nurses have the added challenge of navigating airports, mapping out new hospitals, and exploring cities, so feet are a top priority.

  • As a travel nurse, it is important to keep your energy up, but are you risking your health to do it? Caffeine is a powerful stimulant and one of the world's most widely consumed psychoactive drugs. The Food and Drug Administration classifies it as safe and legal, but it can be toxic is large doses.