How to Become a Nurse Practitioner

How to Become a Nurse Practitioner

The nurse practitioner role is one that is not often completely understood. For a nurse who is looking to take on a number of new responsibilities which are usually only completed by a doctor. The role of a nurse practitioner is usually taken up by an experienced...
How to Transition Into a Career as a Traveling Therapist

How to Transition Into a Career as a Traveling Therapist

Traveling therapy roles afford medical professionals a way to try out new jobs in different settings. These engagements are lucrative, interesting and have many other benefits for both the clinical facility and the traveling therapist. If you’ve been considering the...
Survive Your First Night Shift as a Nurse

Survive Your First Night Shift as a Nurse

For nurses who have only worked day shifts, changing to the night shift might seem impossible. At night, exhaustion and soreness sink i, and it’s difficult to maintain good energy levels or a positive mood. Many night shift nurses, however, are perfectly...
The Top 5 Benefits of Being a Traveling Therapist

The Top 5 Benefits of Being a Traveling Therapist

Traditional therapy jobs offer a rewarding career serving clients. But there’s an alternative to the standard role that can spice up a career with travel. We’re talking about the traveling therapist, a position that many licensed therapists should consider as a change...
3 Steps For Getting a Nursing License in Another State

3 Steps For Getting a Nursing License in Another State

Changing jobs is always stressful. There are so many new things to learn, new faces to meet, and a new schedule to get used to. And if you’re not only changing jobs but changing states, the stress can be overwhelming. While you know that you want to continue your...
Amp Up Your Travel Nurse Resume with these Tricks

Amp Up Your Travel Nurse Resume with these Tricks

A job as a travel nurse can be intensely emotionally and fiscally rewarding. Travel nurses have the chance to see the country. They also help fill in gaps in nursing care and make it easier for their fellow nurses to deliver the help their patients need. If you are...