National Nurses Week: Stay Happy and Healthy National Nurses Week is May 6–12, 2017. It’s when the country celebrates the hard work and contributions of nurses to our society and healthcare industry. As a nurse, take time during this week to reflect on your experiences that enrich the lives of your patients and healthcare team.
Sleep is important for everyone—and that includes nurses. During your shift, you’re required to be on your feet and alert, because the lives of your patients are literally in your hands! Your brain and body need enough sleep to be able to function well, so you’ll have plenty of energy, be able to think clearly,
As a travel nurse, you’ll get ahead with professional skills, job experience and certifications. These qualifications make you a highly trained nurse who knows what she’s doing. But certain “soft” skills are just as important to help cement you as an expert at your job—and put you ahead of others in your field. Five key
Tips to Nutrition 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
Nervous for your next assignment? The better prepared you are, the more you can ease your mind—and your transition. One of your first steps in the planning process should be determining how to get to your travel assignment and how to make travel arrangements. The next step is learning more about Austin and what to