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Despite having little direct impact on success in life and business, a person’s intelligence quotient (IQ) is often a great source of pride. An IQ test is best at predicting how quickly a person can learn or how well they will do at school. If you’re a nurse, however, you’re beginning to realize why this […]Comments: 0 Read More
Any experienced nurse can tell you something that may sound shocking: Nursing school just barely prepares you to work as a nurse. Since so many aspects of the profession cannot be learned in a classroom, new graduates are often overwhelmed by their first weeks on the job. But there’s good news, too. Most RNs learn […]Comments: 0 Read More
They say that absence makes the heart grow fonder, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy to handle. For travel nurses, absence is part of the job. We are away from our family, our friends, and our loved ones for long stretches at a time. If you’re new to the travel nursing game, keeping up your […]Comments: 0 Read More
Nursing exposes you to all different types of personality. On any given work day, you’re likely to come across the entire spectrum of human experience. Adapting yourself to such a wide variety of emotions and personalities can be difficult, but it is the only way to connect with your patients. Since hospitals don’t lend themselves […]Comments: 0 Read More
There is no such thing as a truly permanent staff. Whether due to retirement, a change of career, or personal choice, all of your employees eventually move on. For this reason, developing a successful , long-term staffing strategy is one of the greatest challenges that nurse managers face. Why is it smart to enlist a […]Comments: 0 Read More
We hear a lot of health care professionals assume that working at a nursing home is slower-paced or less stressful than other care settings. There is a specific type of person who holds this view: those who have never worked in a nursing home! Long-term care is a fascinating specialty that, though challenging in its […]Comments: 0 Read More
A long nursing shift doesn’t tend to leave you with a calm head. No matter what specialty you work in, nursing is a stressful, hectic job that can sometimes be too much to handle. Add the dangerous amounts of caffeine that we tend to consume into the mix, and it might seem that you’ll never […]Comments: 0 Read More
For travel nurses, one of the biggest perks of our job is flexibility. We get to pick a new job and a new town as often as every couple of months. The one downside to flexibility, however, is instability. There are a lot of reasons a travel nursing contract could end early. For example, if […]Comments: 0 Read More
If you spend much time talking to travel nurses, you’ll find that housing comes up more than almost any other issue. Your housing situation can make or break your travel assignment. If you’re thinking of accepting a travel nursing contract soon, you’re probably trying to decide between company housing and the housing stipend. There are […]Comments: 0 Read More
Life on the road is lonely. Most travel nurses find that, in order to stay sane, they need to bring along some creature comforts; some more literally than others! If you’re like many nurses, traveling with your pets is mandatory. Though it’s well worth the effort to bring Fido or Whiskers along with you, you’ll […]Comments: 0 Read More