Travel Nursing News / Blog

  • You are a nurse, so no one has to tell you what longs shifts do to your feet. The average person walks 75,000 miles by the age of 50, according to the American Podiatric Medical Association. Now triple that number for a travel nurse.

  • If you want to improve your job satisfaction and overall patient care, one of the most important things to focus on is teamwork.


    When facing an unexpected medical condition, you may think of going to the emergency room first. But this may not be your best choice. 

    You have options when choosing a care provider, so make sure you know where to go for various injuries. 

  • A nurse’s natural inclination is to care for patients, but that becomes more difficult with a backlog of tasks, in addition the unique challenges travel nurses face. Consider these 7 ways travel nurses can increase their productivity to meet their goals.

    1. Get Acclimated Early

  • Changing direction and taking on travel assignments later in your nursing career can be a rewarding experience. For 13 weeks – or shorter in some cases – you get to experience working in a different environment with new people.

  • You’ve decided to advance your nursing career by attending a graduate program.  Congratulations!

    The next step is to find a graduate school that suits your needs. There are plenty out there, so how do you choose one? It is a very personal decision, and not everyone looks for the same thing in a school.

  • Which states are most affected by the nursing shortage? The U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics makes it clear that jobs for nurses will continue to grow at a faster than average rate.

  • Nurses are on the front lines of patient care, providing individualized care while juggling data and deadlines. Personal, wearable technology can help manage it all—hands free.

  • Do you really need a reason to travel the country? The truth is most people lead busy lives and finding time to travel can be a challenge. Consider some of the health and lifestyle benefits of regular travel to get you motivated.

  • The future is bright for travel nurses in general, but certain nursing specialties are beginning to draw attention.