Travel Nursing News
Want to keep up with the latest travel nursing news? In the fast-paced travel nursing industry, changes happen in the blink of an eye and could potentially impact your career. From lawmakers introducing new legislation that affects nurse staffing ratios to monumental changes made to the compact nurse licensure agreements, we cover current news updates that affect registered nurses who travel. On this page, you will find a collection of articles our team of healthcare writers has written to help keep you updated with changes that could potentially impact your career, the latest nursing industry news, legislation updates at the state and federal levels, and upcoming events. We are continuously adding new information to the site, so be sure to check our travel nursing blog often so that you do not miss out on important updates.
Before the arrival of COVID 19 to American soil, there was one true constant in the nursing industry: there are not enough nurses. In our article “How Nursing Shortages Create a High Demand for RNs” we explored factors contributing to the nursing shortage...read more
If you’re asking yourself that question, no worries. Lots of people of all professions are asking themselves that question right now. Different states are opening back up, bit by bit and mostly in phases, but the key is they are opening back up. But what does...read more
Normally the beginning of the year is punctuated by receiving various tax documents in the mail, and digging through folders and drawers for last years’ receipts and utility bills, and any other variety of things that you planned to use for filing your taxes....read more
Travel nurses who are willing to go to COVID-19 hotspots are in high demand and earning higher pay than ever before. Hotspots such as California, Washington, and New York are desperately recruiting travel nurses to help cover the burdens the tidal wave of COVID-19 has...read more
COVID-19 confirmed cases are popping up across the state of Nevada, and in worrying numbers despite limited testing. Dramatic headlines fill the news about the deaths of patients and even nurses within the Nevada healthcare system, which has led to a desperate need...read more
Wash your hands. Vigorously. Frequently. As nurses, we already understand that proper handwashing is the most important step that needs to be taken to combat Coronavirus. importance of washing our hands. Since the recent outbreaks, the general public is also catching...read more