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Healthcare Traveler

Packing Guide for Nurse Travelers

by Howard Gerber on September 25, 2014

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travel-nurse-packing-guideBefore you get to your new travel assignment, you will need to decide what to bring and what to leave behind. Packing is almost never something most people look forward to, but being organized can make it an easier experience. [continue reading…]

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Safeguarding Your Health and Safety on the Road

by Carmela Nazareno on September 18, 2014

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healthcare-traveler-safetyLiving away from home and working as a healthcare traveler may mean being away from your regular doctor, dentist and your normal routine. You also may not be familiar with the neighborhood or know you way around. All of the factors above can cause you to slack off when it comes to your well-being and safety. But there are plenty of things you can do in order to safeguard your health and safety on the road. [continue reading…]

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September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

by Howard Gerber on September 4, 2014

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childhood-cancer-awarenessMost people are familiar with pink ribbons, which symbolize support for breast cancer awareness. But you may not know what gold ribbons represent. Gold ribbons represent childhood cancer awareness, and September is childhood cancer awareness month. [continue reading…]

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Working a Healthcare Travel Job in New York City

by Howard Gerber on August 28, 2014

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healthcare-travel-job-new-york-cityIt is called the Big Apple and the city that never sleeps. Whatever nickname you use, New York City can be a great place to work as a healthcare traveler. NYC has a lot of large hospitals as well as smaller facilities, which may often be short staffed, which creates a demand for healthcare travelers. If you land a travel job in New York, you will have plenty to do and see. [continue reading…]

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first-travel-assignment-tipsWorking as a healthcare traveler can be an exciting time in your career. Whether you work as a nurse, speech or occupational therapist, working as a traveler can be educational, fun and lucrative. But the downside is, it can sometimes be lonely, especially at first. [continue reading…]

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June is Great Outdoors Month

by Howard Gerber on June 8, 2011

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June is Great Outdoors Month and the perfect time to explore your community. If you have recently relocated to an area for work, or if you are thinking about relocating, use the first of summer to visit those areas that make the location unique. One of the greatest benefits of accepting a position as a temporary employee is the ability to travel and see more of the county. [continue reading…]

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How to Pack for Travel Work

by Angela Stevens on April 23, 2009

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If you’re new to the field of travel healthcare, you may be wondering exactly what to take with you when you go on your first assignment.  Chances are, you’ll be there for 13 to 26 weeks, so there will likely be a change of season involved. Is it possible to pack so you won’t have to rent a giant moving truck? [continue reading…]

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