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How to Learn a New Language as a Nurse

by Lindsay Wilcox

Fluency in a second language is a huge asset for a travel nurse, no matter where you plan to work -- but finding the time to learn one is a challenge. Fortunately, there are simple ways to improve your current skills so you can better communicate with patients and their families. Read on for tips on learning a new language. Read more

Travel Nurses: How to Work with a Boss You Don’t Like

by Lindsay Wilcox

It's inevitable, especially as a travel nurse, that you'll work with a boss who rubs you the wrong way or has totally different values than you do. While you may never become friends, there are a few ways to make your relationship stronger. Check out these tips for getting along with a boss you don't like. Read more

Seven Ways to be Happy as a Nurse This Winter

by Lindsay Wilcox

While it's normal to feel a little down during the winter (and especially after a few months of holiday celebrations), there are ways you can stay positive -- and help your coworkers stay positive -- at work. Here are a few suggestions. Read more

Five Ways to Prepare for the NCLEX

by Lindsay Wilcox

You just graduated from nursing school and received an offer for your dream job. Congratulations! Now the only thing that stands between you and that job is that little thing known as the NCLEX. Read more

11 Ways to have the Best Travel Nursing Jobs Ever

by Lindsay Wilcox

Heading to a brand-new place for a travel nursing assignment and working long hours at an unfamiliar hospital can be challenging and a bit overwhelming -- but it can also be the best three months of your life if you have the right frame of mind. Read more

Thankful to be a Nurse: A Career That Makes a Difference

by Lindsay Wilcox

We've had an overwhelming response to our Thankful to be a Nurse campaign, and many nurses have shared personal stories and thoughts about why they love their careers. Here are just a few of the reasons you are thankful to be nurses. Read more