It’s critical to maintain adequate medical staffing. If your staff-to-patient ratio is too low, you face the danger of staff burnout, patient safety issues, human error and a decrease in the quality of care your facility provides. So to help protect your staff, your patients and your reputation, you may need to staff up or
Nurses are on their feet constantly! This important mode of transportation carries you through your job—and your life—each day. Sore feet can make it much more difficult to do your job to the best of your ability, so it’s important to treat them right. Here are five ways you can keep your tootsies in tip-top
You are what you eat! You’ve heard this old adage time and again, but it’s true your body needs the right fuel to be strong and healthy. Your wellness directly impacts the care you provide your patients—and they’re relying on you to take good care of yourself! Still, healthy eating can seem boring and even
Communication While Traveling: How Can I Stay in Touch with Family, Friends and Professional Contacts?
During your Fall River travel nurse placement, you’ll want to keep in touch with friends and family back home. Regular communication with your “social support system” is important for your happiness and well-being. You’ll also want to keep up with your professional contacts, as well, to aid in your career development. Luckily, technology gives you