Coronavirus — Crisis Pay Rates for In-Demand Positions

The United States, and the world, is experiencing a crisis on an unprecedented scale. COVID-19 has brought whole cultures and economies to a standstill. Most importantly, hospitals are struggling to keep pace with the increased demand for care. Beds and medical supplies are in demand — and so are nurses and ther healthcare professionals. TaleMed

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How Becoming a Telemetry Nurse Can Help Your Career

Telemetry nurses live a fast-paced life. Experience in this specialty can boost a young nurse’s career. For a nurse specializing in another unit, it can provide a different experience and a new way of seeing nursing. What Can Telemetry Nursing Offer You? Cardiac Patient Interaction Telemetry nurses work in a challenging environment, but it’s an

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The Reality of Having the Ability to Float

As travel nurses, it is likely you will be the first RNs in a unit asked to float.  It is imperative we understand this is part of the travel nurse industry. Let’s discuss how to best handle a floating situation. Travelers MUST Be Able To Float This industry is complex and constantly changing and the

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ICU = Related Depression Often Overlooked

Depression in ICU TUESDAY, April 8, 2014 (HealthDay News) — One-third of patients admitted to an intensive care unit develop depression that causes physical symptoms rather than the typical psychological signs, a new study finds. As a result, their condition may go undiagnosed and they may not get needed help, the research suggested. “It’s a

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