How to be a well-rested nurse

Working rotating shifts makes quality rest a doubly important factor in a nurse’s life. Being well rested will do more than make you feel better; clinical studies have shown that nurses who have gotten proper rest deliver better patient care and commit fewer errors. Dr. Kathy Reid, a research assistant professor at Northwestern University’s School

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Accepting Criticism as a Travel Nurse

In travel nursing, you must be able to accept criticism… You are going into a jungle of many different animals, and if you are the meek little domestic tabby nurse, then you are going to be eaten alive.  You are the one making the big bucks, and some will have the expectation that you have

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