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.
If you are a nurse or thinking about becoming a nurse, it’s a good idea to think about what the future holds for nurses in our country. I don’t have a crystal ball, but I’ve reviewed information put out in medical journals and stats from the Bureau...read more
Elite Specialty Staffing has set out on a mission to revolutionize the way that nurses search and apply for jobs online. Imagine, an app that allows nurses to perform every single step of the process to submit their application for per diem nursing shifts or travel...read more
Nurse supply and demand. This is a fluctuating roller coaster, if you will, where sometimes the two balance out but oftentimes they don’t. Industry experts have published extensive content that predicts a worsening nursing shortage, including this PDF poster of...read more
Hospitals are there when we need them, right? It’s expected that if you have a dire emergency a hospital nearby will be open and operating all hours, day and night. What happens when drastic weather events, such as hurricanes, put a strain on resources and cause...read more
Once nurses get passed that point in college where we have to read books to pass a class, a lot of us fail to continue reading after graduation – and that’s a shame. Speaking for myself, after I finished nursing school, it was several years before I picked...read more
Mass shootings are on their way to becoming a normalized event in American society. As such, many people are beginning to fear public places such as movie theaters, shopping malls, schools, concert venues, and places of worship. During the last week of July 2019,...read more