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Top Challenges in Travel Nursing: How to Control the Situation
Travel nursing is an excellent way to hone your clinical skills and advance your career while getting paid to see the country. Taking the leap from staff nurse to gypsy ...
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13 Things I Have Learned as a Travel Nurse Newbie
3 months, 13 weeks and 91 days. It may not seem like a lot of time spent in one place, but I can’t honestly say that I have grown significantly ...
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Frequently Asked Friday: Tips for Surviving a Disastrous Travel Nurse Assignment
Not every travel nurse assignment is going to be great. You may not mesh well with the staff or you may find the practices of the hospital or facility put ...
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Travel Nursing as a Travel Nurse Pair: Tips for Making it Work
Thinking about travel nursing but don’t want to do it alone? Or are you currently traveling solo and have met someone on assignment that shares your same interests that you ...
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Great Warmer Winter Travel Nurse Assignment Locations
One of the perks of being a travel nurse is the ability to spend your winters in warmer weather!  Now is the time to start looking for that warmer winter ...
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10 Tips for Your First 12-Hour Travel Nurse Night Shift
Travel nursing can be hard, add working a 12-hour night shift for the first time and it can prove to be even more difficult.  This is always a hot topic ...
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Frequently Asked Friday: Top Apps for Tracking Hours
One of the top posts we see in The Gypsy Nurse Facebook group is: What app do you use to track your hours? Keeping track of your hours and calculating ...
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Overcoming Travel Nurse Burnout – 5 Lessons I Learned On the Road
“BEEP.  BEEP.”  0530 and my alarm was ringing off.  After I had pressed snooze for long enough to make myself late, I lazily pulled myself out of bed, put my ...
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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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