If you’re a seasoned travel nurse, you may not need much advice on how to enhance your travel nursing experience. But for those who are new to travel nursing, or those who may be getting back in the game after a time out, a little advice is always welcome.
You may want to visit this link to some valuable tips for new travel nurses. Whether you need tips on good “novice” locations or counseling on what, or whom, to bring with you, a knowledgeable Recruiter can be your best resource. If you find a good one, hang on to their name and number.
Many travel nurses are “people people,” who look forward to the social aspects of travel nursing: meeting new people, seeing new things, maybe even finding romance. Still, even the most outgoing among us can be intimidated by the first day on a new assignment. Check out these tried and true tips on navigating your way through the interpersonal aspects of a new travel nursing job.
Thanks for the two links in this point. Even as a seasoned travel nurse, you can always learn new things about nursing and about yourself. Thanks!
At Expert RN’s we have had Nurses who have relocated from Canada to the Cayman islands, Saudi Arabia, Dubai, and all parts of the USA. There is also a lucrative ICU, and Emergency Nurse shortage in Calgary, Alberta. In Toronto ICU and Critical Care Nurses are incorporating themselves, and earning more (and keeping more of their income).
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