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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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    Travel Nurses and Allied Health Professionals - Enter our New Year's Giveaway!

    Have you ever headed into a new year saying "New Year, New Me" only to give up on your goal by the end of January? If the answer is "yes", you're not alone. Whether your goal is keeping a consistent workout schedule, eating healthier meals, or getting better sleep, it can be hard to stay consistent ...

    BHS Team BHS Team | December 29, 2020

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    Five Outdoor Activities To Do While On Assignment This Winter

    Are you taking an assignment this winter in a northern state? Not sure how to have fun outside in the cold? Well bundle up, get ready for an adventure, and check out the list below for some ideas on how to make the most of your assignment this snow season....

    Emma Thompson Emma Thompson | December 22, 2020

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    The Ultimate Guide for Travel Clinicians

    Have you checked out the BHS guide for Travel Clinicians? Check it out here! ...

    BHS Team BHS Team | December 15, 2020

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    Traveling as a PT Pair: One Couple's Experience

    This week, I had the opportunity to interview my colleague regarding her experience as a Traveling Physical Therapist. Stephanie and her husband Kyle, who is also a Physical Therapist, were newly engaged when they made the decision to travel. Between their combined college loans and high rent in the...

    Allison Stringer, MS, PT, FAAOMPT, CHA Allison Stringer, MS, PT, FAAOMPT, CHA | December 08, 2020

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    Nelan T., RN's Experience With BHS [VIDEO INTERVIEW]

    When Nelan T., a new psych RN, connected with her BHS recruiter, she had experienced unemployment twice in the same year. "I started Psych Nursing in January of this year, and I actually reached unemployment for a couple of weeks from that facility, with all of the COVID things going on." Nelan says...

    Ellen Lowry Ellen Lowry | December 01, 2020

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    How Temporary Clinicians Can Help During the Holiday Season

    As the cold fall season brings us closer to the winter months, it’s time to start planning for holiday coverage at your organization. Thanks to vacations and winter illnesses, many facilities find themselves without sufficient coverage from November through January. This can result in a decrease in ...

    BHS Team BHS Team | November 24, 2020

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    Standard Precautions for The New Universe

    One of the earliest known pandemics dates back to Athens, Greece in 430 B.C. Some experts believe that it could have been an outbreak of Typhoid Fever. There were actually ...

    Susan J. Kelly, BS, CNMT Susan J. Kelly, BS, CNMT | November 17, 2020

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    How Barton Healthcare Staffing Can Help Your IHS Facility

    As a nursing and allied health staffing and recruiting company, we operate under the motto: Quality. One relationship at a time. What does this mean for your IHS facility? Read on to learn more about our IHS staffing experience and solutions....

    BHS Team BHS Team | November 11, 2020

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    Benefits of Working in a Rural Health Setting

    To many travelers, travel contracts are, first and foremost, about exploring. From working in a new setting to visiting a new location on your off days, travel nurses and allied health providers alike choose to travel to new locations in order to broaden their skills and enhance their worldview....

    Ellen Lowry Ellen Lowry | November 03, 2020

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    The Birth of the American Physical Therapy Association

    After the war ended, many Reconstruction Aids found employment in civilian hospitals, physician officers, Veterans hospitals, and many opened private practices. During the war the aids developed strong relationships and wanted to keep these friendships as well as share new knowledge to further impro...

    Allison Stringer, MS, PT, FAAOMPT, CHA Allison Stringer, MS, PT, FAAOMPT, CHA | October 27, 2020