Mental Health Articles for Travel Nurses and Health Care Workers

As a travel nurse, your mental health is of great importance. You cannot fully care for others if you aren’t caring for yourself. In this category, you will find articles to help you keep on top of your mental health. As well as tips to help you maintain your mental health.  You will also find tips for self-care and relaxation.

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Five Ways to Fight SAD this Winter
Guest Post By: Katie McBeth The winter season is in full swing, and many people are finding themselves bundled in for the winter. For nurses, we’re seeing less sunshine, more ...
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Mental Health Help For Travel Nurses
This article was provided by Fastaff. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on mental health worldwide, but no one has been hit harder than front-line healthcare workers. As ...
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4 Self-Care Tips for Travel Nurses While on Assignment
As travel nurses, you always care for others but taking care of yourself is just as important, if not more important. If you don’t take care of yourself, you will ...
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How to Cope with Compassion Fatigue
This article was sponsored by Focus Point. Health care workers are easily some of the most respectable and necessary individuals that the world needs and appreciates. In light of COVID-19, ...
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How to Stay Calm and Content as a Travel Nurse
Nurses have a lot of stress on their plates daily. Adding frequent travel to an already anxiety-provoking job can make it that much more stressful. As a travel nurse, you’re ...
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5 Practical Tips to Help Traveling Nurses Sleep Better
Working as a traveling nurse can be an exciting career. Not only do you get to meet and interact with new people all the time, but you also get to ...
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How to Handle Loneliness as a Travel Nurse on Assignment
As a travel nurse, you are packing up your belongings after every assignment ends.  Many times, these assignments are thousands of miles away from your family and friends.  So, how ...
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Leaving the Day Behind: Relaxation Techniques for Nurses
This article was provided by CareerStaff Unlimited. By Karen Stockdale, MBA, BSN, RN For most nurses, dealing with high levels of stress on a daily basis becomes the norm. The ...
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Suicide Prevention Month: Ending the Stigma
September is National Suicide Prevention Month. With an increase in isolation due to COVID-19 quarantine regulations, people are feeling lonely and disconnected. The pandemic has also caused high levels of ...
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