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Being a leader for your team is essential. You are the glue that can hold your entire department today, manage the day to day interactions between nurses, doctors, and patients. But why is it so important? Without you, the fabric can begin to unravel and your team won’t be efficient, effective, or productive. Leadership is… Read more »

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Each individual nurse in your department has an important role to play, but how they interact with one another can be equally as critical. As a manager, how do you build the best nursing team to ensure employee satisfaction, quality patient care, and the right combination of skills and personality to be effective at their… Read more »

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When you’re considering working with a staffing agency to help you with your travel nursing career, where do you start? What things should you be looking for, and expecting in, your recruiter and representatives? What do they need to offer and, in turn, what can you offer them? If you want to get started with… Read more »

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Many people choose travel nursing as a way to have a flexible career and the opportunity to travel, see new things, and earn more money. But what things should you expect if you’re setting out as a travel nurse for the first time? Before you book your flight or pack your bags, consider these things… Read more »

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It’s no secret that nursing is considered one of the most stressful professions. Not only is the job physically taxing, but the emotional impact of caregiving can take its toll as well. Stress on the job is one of the leading causes of heart disease and stroke, so it’s imperative that employers understand the risks… Read more »

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Travel nursing seems like the kind of career move only afforded to single professionals. You need to be able to leave on a moment’s notice and the job could take you anywhere. But this is patently untrue as many nurses live this lifestyle with their spouses and children. It is quite possible as long as… Read more »

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Travel nurses are a completely different type of employee than your full-time staff. So how can you train and orient them to the job in their first days? Onboarding is important for every team member, whether they’re short term or long term. Whether that first day, or first week, is good for bad, their onboarding… Read more »

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Have you been thinking about working with a healthcare staffing provider but are concerned about some of the due diligence required when hiring medical professionals? There is good news. Knowing who is responsible for licensing when working with a healthcare staffing provider is just the first step of the process. So how does it work… Read more »

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Interviewing for any job can be stressful. When you add the variable of travel nursing on top of it, you open yourself up to an entirely new experience. There are a lot of things you can do to make sure your next travel nursing interview goes smoothly and make the right impression on the hiring… Read more »

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It’s hard to find the right people for your unit, department, or clinic. And just when you think you might have the right resources, something changes to topple the entire house of cards. It can be devastating when your nursing staff is unable to function because of outside factors that make it difficult if not… Read more »