Tips For Surviving the Night Shift

Posted on October 26, 2018
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Whether you’re starting your first assignment working the night shift or you’re practically an owl after years of working nights, there are certainly challenges to working through the wee hours of the morning. Here’s are some of the best tips about how you can make the most out of working the night shift. Create a New…Read More

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At Travel Nurse Across America, we recognize the dedication and hard work that every travel nurse puts forth in their career. While our goal is to help you during every step of your travel nurse journey, we understand that you are often embarking on adventures alone. You make sacrifices, change lives and show compassion to…Read More

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Last month, our featured traveler, Stanton, was honored with the DAISY award for going above and beyond, providing excellent, compassionate patient care. He quickly anticipated that a patient was exhibiting signs of a stroke and ensured she received life-saving surgery before it was too late. Just three days later, the patient was recovering. We were happy…Read More

The Best Mobile Apps for Travel Nurses

Posted on September 21, 2018
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As any travel nurse knows, constantly traveling on the road to and from assignments and getting acquainted with a new city, mobile apps can help tremendously! Read on to learn more about ten of the best mobile apps for travel nurses. 1. Waze Waze uses the power of crowdsourcing to help you find the best…Read More

5 of Our Best Self Care Tips for Travel Nurses

Posted on September 13, 2018
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The travel nurse lifestyle is full of adventures, but it also has its challenges. Moving every three months or so, getting used to a new assignment and apartment, and meeting new people can be stressful. As you’re busy getting settled in and finding your routine, be sure to incorporate self-care into your daily schedule. You’ll…Read More

5 Fall Festivals Worth Visiting On Assignment

Posted on September 7, 2018
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Fall is almost here, and as the leaves start falling and the air gets crisper, fall festivals pop up across the country. No matter where you traveling, there’s bound to be fun fall festivals to discover. If you’re planning your next travel nursing assignment or looking for one in your current city, keep these festivals…Read More

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TravCon 2018 is almost here, and a group of our amazing, talented recruiters are so excited to participate! TravCon is an annual conference built for travel nurses to learn more about travel nursing, continue their professional development, meet other travelers, and learn more about travel nursing agencies. Be sure to visit Travel Nurse Across America at booth…Read More

Nurses and Bullying: How to Handle It

Posted on August 23, 2018
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Unfortunately, harassment, discrimination, and bullying aren’t a new topic in the nursing industry. The American Nurses Association (ANA) defines bullying as “repeated, unwanted harmful actions intended to humiliate, offend and cause distress in the recipient.” Bullying is serious, and when it happens it can lead to mental health issues, depression, and can have a negative impact on…Read More

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We exist in a world that lives online, and it’s hard to hide. It’s common that when you meet a new person or have a question about someone, you simply plug their name into a search engine. You suddenly have pages of information and stories about someone you may have never even met. Google, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn are…Read More

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At Travel Nurse Across America, we are committed to providing professional development opportunities and continuing education to the nursing community. Twice a year, we extend an invitation to RN’s nationwide to apply for a $2,500 scholarship towards a BSN program. The awardee is selected by our scholarship committee, and we are delighted to announce Dominic H.…Read More

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