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Nurse First News

Katie Dietz
Marketing Guru

You Think Mondays are Bad…

Posted February 4, 2019
Andrea Rupnow
Travel Recruiter

Tax Free Pay and The Distance Rule

Posted January 21, 2019
Want to make the most money on your next travel nursing assignment? Of course you do! In this post, we will cover the prerequisites of tax free pay, what taxable [...] Read More
Eden Mueller
Per Diem Recruiter

Per Diem Life at Nurses PRN

Posted January 7, 2019
The term contract is pretty self-explanatory, but what exactly is “per diem”? Translated, per diem means “by the day.” Twenty-two years ago, our agency took that meaning and created a [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
Marketing Guru

New Digs! Website and Logo Redesign

Posted January 3, 2019
Chhh, chhh, chhhanges! This was our theme in December – our website and logo redesign made their grand debut mid-month. You might be asking yourself, what changes did you make [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

Dangers of Social Media for Nurses…

Posted December 17, 2018
The danger of social media for nurses is a real thing! Social media is becoming an increasingly common part of our daily lives. We use it without even thinking! Nurses [...] Read More
Eden Mueller
Per Diem Recruiter

Meet the Bloggers!

Posted October 31, 2018
Hello and welcome to the “Nurse First News” blog! We are so glad you are here. You will have the pleasure of reading from the four us – different perspectives, information, [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

Nurse Guide to Effective Communication

Posted September 21, 2016
Communication is the key to success in the healthcare field. A nurse can’t do their job right if the hospital or doctor doesn’t communicate with them, and vice versa. A [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

Compression Socks: Why All Nurses Should Wear Them

Posted July 20, 2016
The patient is the number one concern of the healthcare system, but a close second should be the nurse’s health. If a nurse is unable to perform their duties to [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

Advice to a New Nurse – Things I Wish I Knew

Posted May 24, 2016
We’ve all been there, fresh out of nursing school with big hopes and dreams for the future. We’re ready to make a difference in people’s lives. Then reality sets in [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

Night Shift: How to Prepare Yourself

Posted March 13, 2016
The night shift can be difficult for a nurse. They must both work when many others are sleeping and fight the body’s natural urge to sleep during the night. A [...] Read More