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Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

Dangers of Social Media for Nurses

Posted May 3, 2021
Buckle up nurses, I’m about to give you a crash course in the dos and don’ts of social media. In 2021 Statista reported around 79% of Americans have at least [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

The Making of a Travel Nurse Contract

Posted April 26, 2021
The making of a travel nurse contract is quite the process. At Nurses PRN, there are many departments and hands involved. Our team works diligently to ensure the process is [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

Top 3 Travel Nursing Podcasts

Posted April 19, 2021
As a travel nurse, road trips are often a given! The same music playlist can get old after a while. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably have [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
The "Clinical Liaison"

Handling Conflict in the Workplace, the Right Way

Posted April 12, 2021
Nurses handle a multitude of complex health-related issues on a daily basis. One thing you can’t learn in nursing school is how to handle conflict in the workplace. Problems can [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

3 Reasons To Actually Travel If You’re a Travel Nurse

Posted April 5, 2021
Being a travel nurse doesn’t necessarily mean you will be traveling. Sometimes travel nurses stick around their hometown and travel to different facilities on a contract-to-contract basis. We support the [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

5 Ways to Make it Through Your First Night Shift as a Nurse

Posted March 29, 2021
You decided to take on the fun adventures as a night shift nurse! You’ll love the many perks of the night shift. But, it does come with a few adjustments [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

How to Avoid Loneliness on Your Travel Nursing Assignment

Posted March 22, 2021
Perhaps one of the most exhilarating and scary parts of travel nursing is starting a new job in a new location, alone. There are endless activities to do on your [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

5 Ways Nurses Can Keep Tabs On Their Mental Health

Posted March 15, 2021
As healthcare professionals, you are trained and capable to handle whatever is thrown at you, but one of your best attributes is that you’re human. The human element brings out [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

How to Select a Travel Nursing Company

Posted March 8, 2021
Selecting a travel nursing company can feel daunting and confusing, but it doesn’t have to be! There are many travel nursing companies to choose from. Here are a few key [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

Best Luggage for Travel Nurses

Posted March 1, 2021
As a travel nurse being on-the-go is part of the adventure! Packing up your whole life and moving to a new city or state is just another page in your [...] Read More

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