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Travel nursing is a fun and challenging role for those who decide to pursue it. But that doesn’t mean they don’t need a little help staying motivated from time to time. The experience itself can be scary, even as the nurse signed up for it voluntarily. So how do you keep your travel nurses motivated… Read more »

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Hiring travel nurses is not at all the same experience as hiring permanent, local staff for your medical facility. So why are you trying to fit that square peg in the round hole? Before you spend an inordinate amount of time sourcing, prescreening, and hiring remote candidates for travel positions, consider working with a staffing… Read more »

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Turnover can be a problem for any industry, but in nursing, it affects everything from the chain of command to patient experience. As a manager, how can you reduce nurse turnover in your facility or clinic? Before you make any major policy changes, consider just a few things you can do right now to make… Read more »

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Travel nurses have a difficult job. Not only do they need to be skilled in their specific job and specialization, but they also need to feel comfortable walking into vastly different environments on a regular basis. It can be hard to feel at home in a job where you are always the outsider. But this… Read more »