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Whether you’re new to travel nursing or a seasoned traveler, our blog will give you the best tips and tricks for making the most of your next assignment. Find a specific post by clicking through the tags or viewing the posts below and take a look at our always-updating pool of medical jobs.

Traveling Nurse Q & A

This week on our Travelers Tuesday social media video series, we sat down with Katie Shehan, RN, one of our travelers who shared what it’s really like to become a […]

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What Happens After You Sign?

We get that nervous butterfly feeling – you’ve just signed on for a new out-state-job and you’re wondering…what’s next? For travel nurses, signing on to a new job in a […]

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Breaking Down the Travel Nurse Submittal Process

For traveling nurses, tackling the submittal process for a new job is exciting, but also a lot of work. From paperwork to certifications to making sure the position is a […]

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Out-of-State Opportunities—What Nurses Need to Know

Moving out of state is a big decision, but it’s never been a better time for RNs and LPNs. When a state experiences high levels of nursing shortages, it can […]

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Top Benefits for Travel Nurses

Compassionate and driven, Voyage Healthcare supports travel nurses in making their career aspirations come true. Travel nurses and nurse practitioners have all the benefits of a budding (or veteran!) healthcare […]

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Wisconsin Joins The ENLC & More

Wisconsin has joined the eNLC! Until 06/11/2018, they will be participating BOTH the NLC & the eNLC. Therefore, those RN’s holding a WI Compact state licensure will be able to work in […]

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Nursing home overhaul bill would boost staffing & oversight.

Responding to the ravages of COVID-19 in nursing homes, senior Democratic senators Tuesday introduced legislation to increase nurse staffing, improve infection control and bolster inspections. The bill, from a group […]

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Self-care and Spiritual Wellness Are Vital for Cancer Patients

Over 600,000 people in the United States died from cancer in 2017, according to the National Cancer Institute. And 1,688,780 new cases were documented the same year. That makes cancer the second-most prevalent medical […]

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Top Pros and Cons of Travel Nursing

If you are considering travel nursing there is much to consider before signing your first contract. Here are a few of the big pros and cons we have put together […]

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First Year Interns and You

July is the time when new residents start in hospital across the country. There is a general belief that this is the worst time to be in a teaching hospital. […]

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