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

Earning a BSN as a Travel Nurse

by Lindsay Wilcox

It's getting harder to land a nursing job with only an associate degree, but it's becoming easier to earn your bachelor's degree in nursing online! Here are some tips for achieving your degree and becoming more marketable as a nurse. Read more

Travel Nursing: PACU

by Lindsay Wilcox

Nurses who enjoy caring for patients of all ages and conditions will enjoy working in the post-anesthesia care unit, or PACU. Learn more about this surgical specialty and the requirements for becoming a PACU travel nurse below. Read more

Why Hospitals Work With Travel Nurse Staffing Agencies

by Lindsay Wilcox

Whether it's filling in gaps during a staff member's maternity leave or supplementing your staff during flu season, there are many reasons to bring travel nurses to your facility -- but why not make the process easier? Here are a few reasons hospitals work with travel nurse staffing agencies. Read more

How to Recognize Nurse Bullying (And Prevent It)

by Lindsay Wilcox

Did you know that about 85 percent of nurses have been verbally abused by another nurse? And it isn't just peers; doctors are guilty of nurse bullying as well -- and it often goes unreported. Check out some of the signs of nurse bullying at your facility. Read more

Travel Nursing: NICU

by Eric Saylor

Nurses who work in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) provide specialized care to premature and critically ill newborns. While a career as a NICU nurse can be challenging, it is highly rewarding to play a role in saving babies' lives. Learn more about NICU travel nursing jobs in this post. Read more