Tips for Securing Your Own Housing

Posted on February 26, 2015

We sat down with Ashley Graham, TNAA’s Senior Housing Specialist, to find out some of the best things to do – and some things to watch out for – when you decide to find your own housing for an assignment. Ashley’s been setting our nurses up with top-notch accommodations since TNAA got its start, so…Read More

Resolving to Stay Healthy on the Road

Posted on January 12, 2015

Happy New Year! If you’re like most of us, you’ve been up to your eyeballs in holiday treats since mid-November, and January offers a welcome chance to start over with healthier habits. Staying healthy on a nurse’s schedule can be a challenge – and an even bigger one when you’re traveling. Read below for some…Read More

‘Twas the Night Shift Before Christmas

Posted on December 19, 2014

The holidays can be a challenging time for travelers, especially those who are away from home for the first time. Spending Christmas apart from your loved ones is never easy, and it can be all the more stressful on your own in a new place. Here are some tips to make the best of being…Read More

Time Off

With the holidays just around the corner, we’re all looking forward to spending a few days with friends and family. But when you’re a travel nurse on assignment, it may be hard to know what to expect. Here are some tips to increase your chances of success when asking for time off from a travel…Read More

How to Nail Your Interview

Posted on November 7, 2014

Jill Eliassen, TNAA’s VP of Clinical Services did a Q & A session for travelers about how to have a successful interview with facilities. From how to prepare to when to follow up, we have answers to the questions you may have while attempting to score that perfect travel nurse position. Q: How should a…Read More

Travel Nurse Resume Tips

Posted on September 18, 2014

While there are rules for building a great resume that apply to any industry, there are a few that apply specifically to travel nursing. Here are some tips to building a masterpiece of a resume that will get you the position you want. Employers want to know you’re flexible. To show flexibility, be sure to…Read More


The adventure of travel nursing can also mean being away from family and friends. One of the best ways to keep in touch while on the road are with quick and easy social apps that anyone can use. Here are a few of our favorite apps: Vine Vine allows users to make short videos or…Read More

Plan Ahead

Do you want to relax on the beach, hike the mountains or sight-see in the big city? One of the great things about being a travel nurse is the adventure that comes with traveling the country and visiting new places. However, some of the top destination states for travel nurses can have long waits for…Read More


• Are you interested in dedicated staff members that assist you with any questions or concerns you might have? Of course you are! • Do you like it when your phone calls are ALWAYS returned? Of course you do! • How about travel reimbursement? And what about our exclusive Your Way Is Paid plan? •…Read More

There’s an App for That!

Posted on September 26, 2013
App for that

As a Travel Nurse your mobile phone can quickly become one of your most important and useful tools while on assignment. Smart phones, specifically, give you the power of accessibility to information, communication and more at your fingertips. There are more than 700,000 smart phone apps currently available for iPhone and Android. From Social Media…Read More

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