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The Path to a Physical Therapy Career

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General Safety Tips While Traveling Solo

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Traveling to Rural Hospitals

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Where to Travel In Autumn

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Day or Night Shift? Pros and Cons of Both

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Advice on How to Prepare for Your Interview

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Does Experience Predict Success in Management?

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6 Reasons Nurses Choose to Travel

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Dealing With Loneliness While Traveling

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Essential Qualities of a Successful Traveler: Part 3

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Getting Your Mail on the Road

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Should I Move up to Pharmacy Management?

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    Getting Up to Speed as a Traveling Pharmacist (Part One)

    I have written previously about how the ability to get up to speed quickly is a key skill for pharmacists who want to excel in their roles. In this article, I will discuss a few tips on how exactly to accomplish this....

    Bryan Mayfield Bryan Mayfield | February 18, 2020

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    Bullying Doesn't End in High School

    You might think you’re done dealing with bullies once you graduate high school and enter the workforce. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Bullying can be a significant issue in the nursing workforce. Although nurses provide care to others, they are often the recipient of uncaring behavior f...

    Maureen Bonatch MSN, RN Maureen Bonatch MSN, RN | February 13, 2020

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    Employment Tips for a Traveling Clinician's Significant Other

    Many nurses and allied health professionals want to travel with their spouses or significant others. Employment of the significant other can be a problem when they aren’t also traveling clinicians. The concerns are exacerbated by 13- to 26-week rotations as places hesitate to hire an employee with a...

    Kurt Ullman, RN, BSPA, MHA Kurt Ullman, RN, BSPA, MHA | February 11, 2020

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    Lessons Learned As A Travel Nurse

    Without a doubt, becoming a travel nurse has a strong learning curve and no guidebook! Everyone's path is sure to be different, but in this article I'll cover a few lessons I learned the hard way, and hopefully make your path a little easier....

    Kearstyn Fox, RN Kearstyn Fox, RN | February 06, 2020

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    A Nurse’s Guide to Travel Nursing

    Often times, nurses obtain their license and aim to start working as a registered nurse (RN) as soon as they can. Travel nursing is just another step in the process of becoming a well-rounded nurse, offering fun and valuable experiences along the way. Travel nurses typically don’t get to jump right ...

    Janine Kelbach, BSN, RNC-OB Janine Kelbach, BSN, RNC-OB | February 04, 2020

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    Take Steps to Avoid Nursing Burnout

    Most nurses are familiar with long work days, having to deal with stressful patient situations, short-staffing, and rotating shifts. Many may even assume that it’s part of the job. Some may feel as if their work contributions are measured by how busy they are, or as if admitting to exhaustion or fee...

    Maureen Bonatch MSN, RN Maureen Bonatch MSN, RN | January 30, 2020

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    Tips for Keeping Track of Licenses and Certifications

    To be a travel nurse you have, to well, travel. The multi-state enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) allows nurses to be licensed in 26 states. There are still many states not involved and separate licenses need to be obtained and managed. It would be a bad thing to get a job and find out your lic...

    Kurt Ullman, RN, BSPA, MHA Kurt Ullman, RN, BSPA, MHA | January 28, 2020

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    Top Places to Visit in North Florida

    It’s no surprise that Florida is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, with its beautiful sandy beaches, theme parks, fresh orange juice and seafood, and the Kennedy Space Center, just to name a few....

    Alex Evans, PharmD Alex Evans, PharmD | January 23, 2020

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    How to Stay Current in Nursing

    Whether it’s new technology impacting how nurses provide patient care, fluctuating methods of payment, or medications, changes in healthcare are inevitable. While many can become comfortable after working in a position for a few years and settle into how a routine for how tasks are always done, that...

    Maureen Bonatch MSN, RN Maureen Bonatch MSN, RN | January 21, 2020

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    Volunteering as a Nurse Overseas

    To date, I've worked/volunteered in over 20 hospitals in five different countries. Whether different states, cities, hospital networks, or countries, it goes without saying that every hospital is different. For the sake of this article, I'm going to be writing about my experience working in rural/se...

    Kearstyn Fox, RN Kearstyn Fox, RN | January 16, 2020