Holidays in the Hospital: Most Common Holiday Hazards
Dec12

Holidays in the Hospital: Most Common Holiday Hazards

Every season, emergency rooms treat countless Americans for injuries sustained from the hazards of the holiday. People hurting themselves around Christmas time is about as traditional as singing carols, baking cookies, and buying presents. This makes sense considering the basic ingredients for disaster are totally afoot from November until January. Folks are going overboard with the eggnog. They’re rushing around to get...

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10 Super Cool Nursing Jobs You’ve Never Heard Of
Nov01

10 Super Cool Nursing Jobs You’ve Never Heard Of

When you were in school deciding which nursing speciality would suit you best, I bet you never thought that your workplace could be a rock concert, sports arena, or summer camp. However, these less common (but way cool) types of nursing jobs exist – whether you knew it or not! Check out these cool nursing jobs that you may not have even heard of! 10 Cool Nursing Jobs! 1. Cruise Ship Nurse Ever wish you could combine the...

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Reduce Travel Nurse Stress in 5 Simple Ways!
Sep26

Reduce Travel Nurse Stress in 5 Simple Ways!

Travel nursing has the potential to be one of the most exciting and liberating careers. I mean, getting paid to travel the country while doing what you love is pretty sweet! At the same time, it’s not unlikely that you’ll experience some stress along the way. Maybe you’re feeling a little homesick or you are having a little trouble adjusting to your new work environment. Have no fear; these small bothers can easily be...

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The Incredible Advantages of Travel Nursing
Sep18

The Incredible Advantages of Travel Nursing

If you’re contemplating becoming a travel nurse, I can’t help you make your own personal pro-con list. It’s a huge decision and lifestyle change to switch from working on staff at a hospital to taking on temporary assignments in unchartered territory. However, I can tell you about all of the incredible advantages of travel nursing. Let’s start the list! T-R-A-V-E-L | Top Advantages of Travel Nursing T – Travel constantly The most...

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How to Make a Good First Impression as a Travel Nurse
Sep15

How to Make a Good First Impression as a Travel Nurse

Guest Author: Jennifer Larson, American Mobile Contributor You’ve heard the old expression before: you never get a second chance to make a first impression. But it’s true! You only get once chance to make a first impression, so it’s vitally important to make that opportunity count. As a travel nurse, that’s especially important. You may only be at your assignment for 13 weeks, but you might get an opportunity to extend and stay longer...

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