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12 Travel Nursing Jobs that are popular in 2019

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Travel nursing jobs are an exciting and rapidly growing field. For those with a desire to help others and also explore the world or even just travel across the United States, becoming a a travel nurse just may be the way to do it. Read on to learn all about how to become a travel nurse. Why choose travel nursing as a career? A huge number of individuals wish to have an occupation that both pays them well and also permits them to journey around the country or the world. One field that actually delivers on all of these dreams is that of working| Read More...

7 reasons to choose Travel Nursing in 2019

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What is travel nursing? A travel nurse is normally hired to work in different locations for a limited period. The work done by the nurses is similar to that performed by non-traveling nurses. These include patient care, administering medication and charting patient information. As part of the training, the nurses can choose different areas of specialization such as Case Filing and Management, Oncology, Orthopedics, ER, Labor and Delivery and Critical Care. Travel nursing companies and travel nurse agencies usually send nurses to places where their skills are required. Depending on the existing demand, the nurses typically work for 13 to 26| Read More...

Travel Nursing Redefined

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The American Nurse Association states more than 500,000 seasoned Registered Nurses (RNs) are expected to retire by 2022. With the already escalating demand for nurses, this is a staggering amount of upcoming vacancies. Nursing positions are opening from state to state, but who will answer the call? Do you have what it takes to become a Travel Nurse?  What is Travel Nursing?  The concept of Travel Nursing was devised because of the nursing shortage across the nation. A Travel Nurse is a nurse hired to work in temporary nursing positions around the country, mostly in hospitals. The working assignment could range from| Read More...

Nursing Exams Made Easy by Ready To Pass

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Congratulations, you have completed Nursing School. Now what? How are you ever going to remember all of the concepts that you learned in two years or more to successfully pass NCLEX? We’ve got a solution: White Glove constantly strives to provide you with only the best in YOUR career, we have partnered with Ready to Pass in order to provide you with a superior and unmatched success in YOUR future career! Ready To Pass is the key to your NCLEX success. They offer courses to assist YOU in integrating the knowledge that you have acquired in nursing school. Are YOU a New| Read More...

For The New Graduate Nurse

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Congratulations, you have completed Nursing School. Now what? How are you ever going to remember all of the concepts that you learned in two years or more to successfully pass NCLEX? We’ve got a solution: White Glove Community Care constantly strives to provide you with only the best in YOUR career, we have partnered with Ready to Pass in order to provide you with a superior and unmatched success in YOUR future career! Ready To Pass is the key to your NCLEX success. They offer courses to assist YOU in integrating the knowledge that you have acquired in nursing school. Are you| Read More...

The Importance of Vacation

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How did you spend your summer vacation? If you haven’t visited your vacation spot yet do it while the sun is still out. Many people go on vacation to get away from the hustle and bustle of work and business as usual. They are preparing to change their environment to relax and unwind. Some look at vacations as a luxury; on the contrary, it is a necessity. Vacations improve work-life balance, as you give time to your family and yourself. This is the most important benefit offered by using vacation time. When you’re well rested, you are more focused and more| Read More...

Transitioning from a Nursing Graduate to a Working Nurse

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Your hard work has finally paid off and the nursing career you dreamed of is now a reality.  In spite of all the challenges, personal sacrifice, intense studying and more, you succeeded.  Along the way many gave up, but with determination and perseverance you made it to the finish line.  Congratulations!  Mission accomplished.   The prospect of getting your first nursing job is exciting and anxiety inducing at the same time. Every new nurse goes through this “rite of passage” and you’re no exception.  As you officially launch your nursing career, you will transition from being a student assigned one patient, to| Read More...

Nutrition For Healthy Nurses

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Welcome, wonderful nurses out there! As caregivers, lifesavers, cheerleaders, confidants, liaisons, coaches and so much more, it's important for us to practicesound nutrition so we can actually do all that we do in good spirit. A proper diet is not only essential and beneficial to general wellbeing, but is key to preventing many chronic, inflammatory issues and obesity. For nurses, especially, it can help earn the credibility needed to educate patients on these topics. Talk about being a role model. Nobody wants to feel uncomfortable teaching patients about health, knowing full-well that he/she practices bad lifestyle habits.  Imagine lecturing a patient on| Read More...

Avoiding Stress and Fatigue As a Nurse

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Nurses constantly take the time to educate their patients how to stay warm or cool, how important fluid intake is, and the significance of a good night’s sleep.   Are they mindful of these for themselves? Frequently not. Nurses are commonly referred to as Super Humans. Indeed, they are. Still, because they are humane, reminders are needed to stop and take care of themselves and replenish their passion and energy so that they can carry on.   Sleep, and how to secure enough of it, is a mutual issue in nursing. But how much sleep is “enough”? Typically, 8 hours of sleep is recommended| Read More...

Building a Relationship with Your Travel Nurse Recruiter

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A prime factor to be mindful of as a Travel Nurse is carefully selecting the right Travel Nurse Recruiter. After all, it's your recruiter who will help you navigate the sea of opportunities. Furthermore, your recruiter will be the one to submit your file to preferred facilities and be your information resource all along. Additionally, it is the recruiter you will reach out to with any concerns while on the assignment. Thus, it is important that you and your recruiter work as a team. Open, Honest Communication Communication is key to achieve your common goal; namely; getting you placed in awesome assignments. Give| Read More...
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