When it comes to travel nursing—-there’s a lot of details to consider. For nurses new on the scene to travel nursing (and even some more seasoned nurses) it can be an absolute ordeal trying to seek answers to some of the most daunting questions about travel nursing. Anything from “can I bring my dog?” to “what happens if my contract gets cancelled early?” can be answered with the right resources. Luckily, there’s some pretty rad publications out there to snag all the important deets about the entire industry. Here are some great reads to check out when you’re learning the REAL ropes about travel nursing.
Travel Nurse’s Bible (A Guide to Everything on Travel Nursing)
by David Morrison
The Travel Nurse’s Bible walks it’s readers through every step of travel nursing. Written by an industry expert with over 25 years of experience under their belt as well as other content provided by CEO’s of the top travel healthcare agencies and tax professionals qualified to handle travel nurse return preparation. The book gives realistic and helpful tips for anyone considering the travel nursing lifestyle.
The Truth About Travel Nursing: Know More than Your Recruiter as a Travel Healthcare Professional
by Kyle Schmidt
The Truth About Travel Nursing explores travel healthcare agencies in full-detail and provides an insider’s look into how agencies and hospitals work together, market their services, how to compare compensation and benefits between companies, explain requirements to be tax-free, and what to expect.
Discover Travel Nursing!: Your Guide to Everything You’ll Need to Know about Travel Nursing from Start to Finish!
by Clayton Ward
Going in order sequentially from start to finish, Discover Travel Nursing! gives nurses al the tips and tricks of the trade. Plus, if you have a KindleUnlimited account you can download this book to your device for free! Save yourself the time and energy it takes to find out about how to tackle travel nursing like a total pro.
Travel Nursing Pay: You Guide to Understanding and Negotiating Pay as a Travel Nurse
by Mike Leising
Ever concerned about how to negotiate your travel nurse pay? Then have no fear! This book has all the information you need to ensure you’re making the most money possible in travel healthcare. Dolla dolla bills, ya’ll.
How To Be A Successful Travel Nurse: New Graduate, Float Nurse, Agency Nurse
by Donna Daugherty RN
So maybe you already know the basics about travel nursing and you just want to be the best one you want to. This book is filled with do’s and don’ts, rules (that you might not really have paid attention to), the pro’s and con’s and much more. Using humor, this book gets everything you always wanted to know about travel nursing out in the open. And, written from a nurse’s perspective means that really knows what she’s talking about.
Fast Facts for the Travel Nurse: Travel Nursing in a Nutshell
by Michele Angell Landrum
Landrum, being a seasoned travel nurse herself, helps readers get the easy to digest information right from the source who has lived it all and gone for all the trials and tribulations so you don’t have to! Learn how to enter the field, get prepped for your assignment, and get the most out of it.