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Best Ways to Make Friends While Travel Nursing
Making friends as an adult can be a hard feat to tackle. What can make that even harder is making friends while you are on the road as a travel nurse! Being away from the comforts of home add an even more complex layer to finding people to do things with.
By Supplemental Health Care Sep 21, 2021
Take Your Nursing Career to the Next Level
After over a year of working in the kind of world that you only read about in history books, many nurses have begun to reevaluate their careers. The long hours and incredible stress of a worldwide pandemic have made many consider moving away from bedside nursing or at least looking for a change of scenery.
By Supplemental Health Care Sep 14, 2021
Top 10 Travel Nursing Questions
Getting paid to travel all over the United States sounds like a pretty good way to make a living. And, the good news is that you don’t need to be a freelance writer who gets paid to write travel and leisure articles for a national magazine. Just because you chose to pursue a career in healthcare, doesn’t mean you can’t find adventure and flexibility in your work.
By Supplemental Health Care Sep 2, 2021
New Compact States are Making Travel Nursing Easier
The importance of having portability among healthcare workers has been evident throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. In the earliest days of the outbreak, different areas of the country became hotspots while others had not yet begun to see a spike in patients.
By Supplemental Health Care Aug 11, 2021
How the Right Recruiter Makes a Difference
This National Healthcare Recruiter Recognition Day, we wanted to talk about what a recruiter’s role is within healthcare staffing and what makes someone successful in the job. We spoke with one of our talented healthcare recruiters about his experience and advice.
By Tyler Pilarski Jun 1, 2021
Consider Extending Your Travel Nursing Assignment
Time flies when you are having fun, or so the saying goes. If you think about it, a typical travel assignment for a travel nurse is 13 weeks, part of which is spent on orientation and settling into a new work environment. Before you know it, you find yourself on the tail end of the contract and haven’t even explored the surroundings!
By Supplemental Health Care Apr 21, 2021
How Travel Nursing is Changing Today
COVID-19 continues to impact the country and the healthcare industry, making the future unclear. Travel nursing continues to be in high demand, but the landscape has shifted this year. Here’s what you need to know about travel nursing as we continue to navigate these unique circumstances.
By Supplemental Health Care Oct 29, 2020
Your Guide to Traveling as a Healthcare Professional
If you’re new to a travel career or even a seasoned working tourist, we have guidance for every step of your journey through interactive events, informative sessions, and expert resources. Our recruiters, travelers, and industry experts discuss some hot topics for traveling today: COVID-19, licensing updates, telehealth, and much more. Whether your a nurse, physical therapist, or speech-language pathologist, there's something for every healthcare professional looking to travel.
By Supplemental Health Care Oct 6, 2020
Top Tips to Help Travelers Find Housing
When it comes to travel housing, there are a variety of paths you can take to finding the perfect space. While most companies offer some version of corporate housing if you choose to take it, experienced travelers will tell you the best way to pocket the most cash is to find your own housing on assignment. Now that there are more ways to connect with people across the country than ever before, you can be confident in your ability to find safe, affordable, furnished housing no matter where your..
By Furnished Finder Sep 17, 2020
eNLC Updates for Travel Nurses During COVID-19
2020 brought many changes in life and in the healthcare industry. Despite its challenges, there have been some really positive updates. For example: adopting technology to make care safer and easier using a more robust approach to telehealth is going well. Another example is new treatments with outside the box thinking when it comes to care in any setting. However, a major positive for nurses and patients alike are the new additions to the Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC).
By Supplemental Health Care Sep 3, 2020
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