The Pros and Cons of a Travel Nursing Position

Are you a nurse who loves to travel to new places? Travel nursing might be for you. Travel nursing allows you to combine your love of traveling and exploration with your nursing career. There are many fantastic motivations to become a travel nurse and a few reasons you might wish to reconsider your choice. Here…

It is time to show your hard-working nursing staff some appreciation this summer. It need not be expensive, and it is a fantastic way to increase engagement while decreasing turnover. Nurses deserve appreciation, so consider these ways to show your nurses you appreciate their service without damaging your budget. Create a Nurse of the Month…

Communication is vital to health care and the healing process. Patients are likely to adhere to treatment, have better outcomes, express greater satisfaction, and are less likely to file malpractice suits when communication is effective. For a new nurse, communication can help build satisfying relationships with older patients. Here are tips on how to communicate…

Burnout is much more than feeling tired as a nurse. It is an emotional, mental, and physical reaction to stress. The demands of the nursing profession can pile up on you rapidly, and you can quickly feel unappreciated and overworked. You might also be experiencing the following: • Dread going to work • Mentally check…

Happy Holidays to everyone! I spent a lot of time with family, relaxing in pajamas, and eating a lot of delicious food – probably not the best for my body but so good for my soul. My family doesn’t buy a lot of presents for each other, which makes Christmas a welcome chance to unwind…

The finitude of the human body can make working in healthcare seem defeating. Bones demineralize; muscles weaken; neuron firing speed slows to a snail’s pace. When I focus on the inevitability of bodily decomposition, I begin to question the meaning of my daily work. Why do I spend my days assisting people in the pursuit…