Travel Nursing

Avoiding Burnout in Travel Nursing

Burnout is a real thing. It is something you can experience after working at 100% capacity for too long without taking time yourself to recharge. In travel nursing, it can be very easy to achieve burnout. With double shifts being common, traveling, in general, being exhausting, and the rigor of…

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Communication in Travel Nursing

When you are a healthcare traveler, you must communicate with many people quickly to keep yourself and your patient on track. You must know what is expected of you by your agency, your patients, and your coworkers. To understand these expectations, communication must happen. Why Do We Need to Communicate?…

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How to Become a Travel LPN

What is an LPN? It is a licensed practical nurse. This is someone who is licensed to give care to someone who is ill or disabled. They provide primary nursing care to patients, whereas a registered nurse (RN) or certified nursing assistant (CNA) does more of the daily routines associated…

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Mental Health as a Healthcare Traveler

Whether you are new to travel nursing, searching for travel nursing jobs, or running an excellent travel nursing company, mental health will need to be looked at. The mental health of yourself and your coworkers is essential. You must also keep in mind the mental health of your patients and…

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How to Be Positive in Travel Nursing

When you are travel nursing, it can be easy to get lost in the difficulties of the job. You are asked to keep up with many complicated procedures, medicine combinations, and your patients’ mental health. This is a lot to handle traveling between states or even between countries and juggling…

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