What NOT to Do on Day One of Your Assignment

You’ve landed a travel nurse placement in Providence, Rhode Island—congratulations! Being the “new kid” can be tough, but travel nurses find themselves in new situations every 13 weeks. With some practice, you’ll know what to expect on a travel nurse assignment, and this can make your transition easier. The key is to relax, breathe and

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Keep Your Certifications Current

As a qualified travel nurse, it’s not just enough to be passionate about what you do. Though passion is important, you also must show you’re up to date on your professional nursing knowledge. And this is especially true of any certifications you hold with the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). Keeping your certifications current shows

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