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10 Common Healthcare Traveler Questions Answered

by Howard Gerber on May 23, 2013

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Before you make a decision on whether a healthcare travel job is a good fit, you probably have a lot of questions. Becoming well informed on what to expect with travel assignments will help you decide if you should pursue a healthcare travel job. Some common questions are answered below.

 

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Dealing with Homesickness on the Road

by Howard Gerber on May 16, 2013

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Starting a travel assignment is a great opportunity to meet new people, see a new part of the country and learn new skills. Although it is an exciting time, it’s normal to deal with some level of homesickness. This may especially be true if you are leaving children or a significant other behind. While you don’t want to forget family and friends back home, you don’t want homesickness to spoil your time. Consider some of the suggestions below to cope when you are missing home. [continue reading…]

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If you are planning on working as a healthcare traveler, you may be working the overnight shift, also known as the graveyard shift. Although physical, speech and occupations therapists will almost always work day shift, nurses are needed around the clock. Whether you will be new to working overnight or have been doing it for years, it can be a challenge to work through the night. [continue reading…]

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It’s normal to have a few fears when you start a new job or move to a new area to live. When you work as a nurse traveler, you combine both a new living environment and a new job. It’s no wonder you may be a little apprehensive. Keep in mind that everyone gets a little nervous starting a new travel assignment, especially if it is their first. Below are some suggestions for overcoming a few common fears nurse travelers may have.

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Staying Healthy While Working as a Healthcare Traveler

by Howard Gerber on April 25, 2013

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You found a great travel job and are excited to get started, but with a new job may come a little stress, working different shifts and a change in your exercise routine. Moving to a new area and starting a new job may also mean being out of your normal routine for a while. While you adjust, don’t let staying healthy take a back seat to your new assignment. [continue reading…]

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Getting the travel assignment you want most may take research and a little patience, but there are ways to increase your chances of getting your ideal assignment. Improving your skills increases your marketability as a travel nurse and makes you more in demand.  Although you already have your education and experience as a nurse, there are several things you can do to increase your knowledge, your skills, and make you a more marketable nurse. [continue reading…]

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Preparing for Your First Travel Assignment

by Howard Gerber on March 21, 2013

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If you have decided to pursue your first nursing travel assignment, you may be both excited and a little nervous. It’s normal to have a bit of apprehension before starting a new job, especially one which will take you to a new area to live. Preparing for your first assignment by getting organized will help you relax and enjoy your new experience. Consider some of the suggestions below to help get you started.

 

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