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Navigating Your Compliance & Onboarding
Compliance — the tedious process between you and your next assignment. As a healthcare professional, you have lots of licenses, certifications, files, etc. that you need to keep organized, and having a general “get ready” process will make it a seamless jump into your future assignments.
August 26, 2022
Leaving on a Jet Plane: What Travel Nurses Need to Know About Flying During COVID
As you get ready to embark on your next travel nursing assignment, how you’re getting to the assignment is one of the first plans to arrange. Flying can be stressful enough, but add in a global pandemic and its variants and you’ve got a recipe for a potential headache that even the best medicine can’t remedy. To save you some stress, we asked our Travel and Housing Manager what travel nurses need to know when flying during these unprecedented times and how you can stay safe on the way to providing high-quality patient care.
April 20, 2022
Mental Health Help For Travel Nurses
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 a result of the heightened stress healthcare professionals have endured for almost two years, they are at a higher risk for mental health issues like anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress. While traveling as a healthcare professional may feel isolating and lonely at times, it’s important to understand that you are not alone, and help is available and accessible through multiple channels. Here are several benefits you can take advantage of as a travel nurse to support your mental health:
April 19, 2022