Career Advice

A Nurse’s Guide to Navigating Social Media

Let’s be real, most of us are on social media, whether it’s Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, Snapchat, LinkedIn or any other social networking site. Social media is an easily accessible source of communication and many of our nurses use it.

We love to see our nurses post about their adventures in new cities, spreading positive messages about nursing, or meeting nursing, but there is a dangerously thin line between professional and personal online etiquette.

Jobs

Freedom’s Hot Traveling Nurse Jobs | May

 

We’re back with your next batch of adventures with Freedom Healthcare’s traveling nurse assignments for May! You thought April was awesome, just wait to see what we have available leading into sweet summer weather. Get ready for lots of hiking and beautiful scenery. Where will you go next?

Traveler Tips

3 Small Ways Nurses Can Make Big Waves

Being a nurse doesn’t stop in the hospital or facility you’re working in. In fact, it’s far beyond our workplace. In a society where people can often forget how to be kind to others, nurses sometimes feel the need to take their innate reflex to care for others to the public. You’re tired, your feet are sore, your brains might even be overloaded, but small services outside the workplace can act as large reminders for those stuck in their own worlds. Use these three small actions in life to motivate others to care for others the way a nurse does!

Nursing News

What Makes a Successful Nurse

Not many people would disagree with the statement that nursing is one of the most underrated professions. It isn’t easy, in fact, it’s extremely demanding. Being around ailing patients, working 10 plus hour shifts, often without breaks, and having no idea what you will encounter every time you go into work is exhausting.
Career Advice

We’ve All Been There | Dealing with Difficult Doctors 4 Ways

“Negative people need drama like oxygen. Stay positive, it will take their breath away.” -Unknown.

Working with others who want nothing more than to complain and make everything dramatic and sad will only make your day worse… if you allow it to be that way. It’s easy to be empathetic and feel for the negative people and get sucked into their vortex of hate… if you want to make everyone else’s day the same way. We’ve all been there. The doctor you’re working with is having a bad day, so guess what? Now you will too! Unless you do something about it.