Travel Nursing: Labor and Delivery

by Eric Saylor

Labor and delivery nursing is a fulfilling career that allows you to assist women through one of the most special times in their lives. The position can be challenging but affords nurses the privilege of helping bring new life into the world. Read on for more about labor and delivery travel nursing jobs. Read more

Join RNnetwork at the 2015 Travelers Conference Sept. 13-15

by Lindsay Wilcox

Join us at this year's Travelers Conference, held Sept. 13-15 in Las Vegas, Nevada, to meet a few of our recruiters and learn more about travel nursing! You can attend more than 30 sessions, many that qualify for CEU credits, including a newbie bootcamp for new travelers, Spanish intensive class and sessions explaining multi-state taxes, per diem reimbursements and tax homes. Read more

INFOGRAPHIC: The Future of Nursing

by Lindsay Wilcox

With more than 3 million professionals, nurses make up the largest segment of healthcare workers. Learn more about how nursing will change in the future in this infographic from the Institute of Medicine. Read more

INFOGRAPHIC: The Importance of Nurse Leaders

by Lindsay Wilcox

The University of Arizona College of Nursing explored how advanced nursing degrees can help nurses evolve from providing disease-centered to patient-centered care in a recent infographic. Read more

Celebrate Perianesthesia Nurses Feb. 2-8, 2015

by Lindsay Wilcox

It's Perianesthesia Nurse Awareness Week, a time to recognize nurses who work in pre- and post-anesthesia care, ambulatory surgery and pain management. Here are some quick facts about these nurses from the American Society of Perianesthesia Nurses (ASPAN) and Nurses Without Borders. Read more

Four Things to Know About the PBDS Test

by Lindsay Wilcox

If you've worked as a nurse for a few years, chances are you've encountered the performance-based development system (PBDS) test or even been told you must take it before starting a new job. Here are four things to know before you take it. Read more