Travel Nursing News / Blog

  • Nurses know that inflammation is a double-edged sword. It is the body’s way of defending against invaders like bacteria or viruses, but inflammation is also at the heart of many painful conditions.

  • The need for diversity in the nursing workforce is acknowledged by professional organizations, employers like us, and our team of nurses.

  • They say medicine isn’t an exact science, and all you need to do is look back at history to know that’s true. What once was considered life affirming is barbaric by today’s standards. Yet, this was cutting edge stuff 100 years ago.

  • Nursing is more than a job — it is a calling. People who share this calling can connect with one another on a deeper level, allowing them to forge strong relationships that last a lifetime. As a result, members of a nursing staff often feel more like family members than coworkers. 

  • When the cold of winter finally fades, work can be the last thing on your mind. However, even though you may be dreaming of the beach, few of us can afford to quit working altogether during the summer. Fortunately, by becoming a travel nurse, you can get the best of both worlds. 

  • Mental health is a major problem in the United States of America. If you or a loved one is struggling with mental illness, please reach out to local organizations, or the organizations suggested above, for help. 

  • During the summer of 2014, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) gained attention via social media thanks to the "ice bucket challenge." The ice bucket challenge took the internet by storm, with more than 17 million people participating and uploading videos to Facebook, according to the

  • They called her the Lady with the Lamp.

  • By: Alisha Trujillo, Fastaff Recruiter 
  • By: Sheppard Johnson, Recruiter 

    My time as a Fastaff recruiter has led me to several meaningful relationships with my nurses. One nurse in particular has become an important part of my #FastaffNurseFamily.