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Your travel nurse license good in 26 states in 2018

by Tim McDonnell

The idea that you should be able to practice in multiple states with one travel nurse license is gaining momentum. More states are getting on board in 2018. Read more

9 Ways to reduce nurse fatigue

by Lindsay Wilcox

Registered nurses and their employers need to collaborate to reduce the risks of nurse fatigue for patients and nurses, according to the American Nursing Association (ANA). Read on for 9 practical tips you can act on now. Read more

2017 Trends: Nurse Salary, Top Nursing Schools, In-Demand Specialties [Infographic]

by Kathleen Stone

The demand for nurses is at an all time high. In 2016, the healthcare industry added an average of 35,000 jobs each month, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Here is the state of nursing in 2017, including top nursing schools, average nurse salary, in-demand specialties, and more. Read more

What Employers Should Know About Hiring Travel Nurses

by Lindsay Wilcox

Bringing travel nurses into your facility can be a cost-effective staffing method when you face a high patient census or are heading into flu season. But how do you know you're placing a skilled, professional nurse? Here are answers to a few frequently asked questions employers have about travel nursing. Read more

Infographic: Tomorrow’s Nurse

by Lindsay Wilcox

With more and more aging baby boomers needing healthcare and a looming nursing shortage, changes are on the horizon for nurses throughout the country. Check out this infographic from the University of San Francisco School of Nursing to see what tomorrow's nurse may look like. Read more

Travel Nursing: Psychiatry

by Lindsay Wilcox

Psychiatry nurses are more in demand than ever before, thanks to the Affordable Care Act. Find out what it takes to become a psychiatry nurse. Read more