Travel Nurses Are Just As (or more than) Qualified.
A study published in late 2007 indicates that there is no basis for the perception among some healthcare industry professionals that travel nurses and other nurses considered “temporary nurses” do not provide the same quality of care as permanent nurses. The results of the study were published in the Journal of Nursing Administration.
The study concluded that “nurses employed by staffing companies are as well or better qualified than permanent nurses employed by hospitals, and that the higher use of temporary nurses does not lead to safety and quality problems for patients or nurses.”
You can read about the study by clicking here.