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Nursing News, Traveler Tips

The Diversity Factor: How Representation Improves Healthcare for All

What does the term “diversity” mean to you? How does it apply to your career as a nurse? As a traveling nurse? So many people talk about how diversity is a complicated topic, but the reality is the perceived complexities surrounding its issues are just that – perceived. Most diversity issues have a straightforward answer, and that’s to treat people like people and give everyone the respect, dignity and representation they deserve. For nursing, it’s no different.
Career Advice, Traveler Tips

How to Save Money and Minimize Costs as a Travel Nurse

If you are reading this, you more than likely got into travel nursing to help others and travel the world. But what exactly does that mean? Is it the ability to travel and to cure your insatiable wanderlust? Is it the opportunities to meet people from all walks of life while you help them better their health? These are all factors that make people jump into travel nursing, but the constant travel also comes with constant costs (doesn’t everything though?).
Career Advice, Traveler Tips

10 Helpful Mobile Apps for Travel Nurses on New Assignments

When traveling from assignment to assignment, travel nurses are constantly looking for the best ways to save money, simplify life and most importantly, have fun. Nowadays, there’s an app for just about everything. Whether you’re looking for the latest hot spot in your new town or trying to keep all of your documents organized, your smartphone can help you along the way. Solve some of the most unique issues to travel nursing with these 10 apps!
Health Tips, Traveler Tips

Dealing with Depression on the Road

Your shift is in the morning, but the thoughts are already invading your mind. And you know they will get worse as the night goes on. As these thoughts spin and spin, you’re letting your mind create and review each worst case scenario. You know that the thoughts will continue to worsen while you’re getting ready in the morning, while you’re driving and you’re to the point where you can feel your heartbeat out of your chest as you take the elevator up to your floor. You never get used to it, but it has become part of the job. You’re a nurse with depression, and no one knows…not even you.

Traveler Tips

5 TV Shows Every Nurse Needs to Watch

Traveling nurses need some down time too and what better way to relax than watching a good show? Day in and day out, you put your patients and their families first, so kick up your feet, grab a glass of wine (or a La Croix) and turn on your television, because it’s time to relax and unwind. We have compiled a list of memorable TV shows nurses are sure to enjoy!