Be a Mentor — On Your Terms

It’s hard to let go of being a leader and mentor on your unit. Some healthcare professionals (HCPs) face this hurdle as they transition from unit leadership positions to traveling. While you may be the new kid at a new hospital every 13 weeks, you still have years of experience and knowledge to pass onto

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Boosting Your Travel Independence

How to Embrace Your Travel Independence If you’re an adventurous sort or just looking for something new, check out travel nursing! Moving to new assignments every 13 weeks or so demands independence. And this is a great way to spread your wings and increase your self-confidence—with new experiences, people and cities, you will be amazed

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Travel Tips: How to Make Travel Easier

How to Make Travel Feel Easier As a travel nurse, do you experience the occasional hiccup on the way to your new placements? No one is perfect, but you can take steps to handle your travel experience with perfection. All it takes is a few tips from a reliable source: the travel nurse staffing expert,

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How to Meet New People on Assignment

Meeting New People on a Travel Assignment Do you have the new-assignment jitters? As you prepare for your Brooklyn travel nurse placement, you may be worried about how to meet people while at your temporary new home. Relax: it’s perfectly natural to have concerns about making friends on travel nurse assignments. After all, having a

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Safety Tips for Nurses: Solo Travel

A List of Safety Travel Tips Travel nursing is a valuable opportunity in your nursing career. You can see the world while you build your resume of nursing experience. But to ensure yours is a pleasant stay in your city of choice, it’s important to stay safe during your travel nurse assignment. And you can

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How to Learn About a New City

Before you accept a travel nurse assignment, it helps to learn all you can about the city. This way, you’ll be able to make the best choice for yourself—and ease any anxieties you may be having about your destination. Finding out more about how to get around will help you decide if you want to

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How to succeed in your career despite health issues

5 Tips on How to Succeed in Travel Healthcare with Health Issues In June 2009, I found myself excited and anxious to start my first nursing career and also unexpectedly diagnosed with a chronic autoimmune disease. I literally started having gastrointestinal symptoms my first day on the job. Not exactly what I had planned for

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Travel Addict: The 7 Signs

Being a Travel Addict Are you a travel Addict? Traveling can be addictive. The excitement of moving to a new place and exploring new things can be exhilarating. Most people find a balance between normal life and travel. How do you know if you have become addicted? Have you lost sight of normal? Everything you

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Using a Mail Forward Service

Establishing a Mail Forward Service Before You Leave on a Travel Assignment One of the most important tasks you will need to do as a travel nurse is decide on a way to manage your mail from the post office. Even in the digital world we live in today, it is nearly impossible to completely

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