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Emily Reise
The "Social Media Queen"

Nurse Gift Ideas

Posted February 6, 2020
There are so many unique nurse gift options, whether you are celebrating a birthday, graduation or simply expressing a gesture of thanks.  In this blog, we are going to explore [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

Male Nurses: What You Need to Know

Posted January 21, 2020
The nursing profession needs people that are dedicated to the care of others – male or female.  There is a perception that nursing is only a female profession, but that [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

Best Apps for Nursing Students and Nurses in 2020

Posted December 23, 2019
Whether you are in your first year of nursing school or you’re a five year veteran on the floor, nursing related apps are sure to be a helpful guide along [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
The "Clinical Liaison"

RN to BSN: Is It Worth It?

Posted December 16, 2019
You already have the experience, so do you really need the fancy degree to prove that you’re an awesome nurse? The thought of going back to school for your BSN [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

How to Become a Registered Nurse (RN) in 2020 [Complete Guide]

Posted December 11, 2019
If you are looking to become a Registered Nurse (RN), then you’re in the right place! In this article, we will discuss the responsibilities of a registered nurse, qualities that [...] Read More

Travel Nursing During the Holidays

Posted November 18, 2019
Travel nursing during the holidays can be a thrilling experience.  The hustle and bustle of a new city and hospital will keep you preoccupied during a normally stressful time for [...] Read More

The Reality of Per Diem Cancellations

Posted November 4, 2019
As we’ve discussed, per diem has its ups and downs. The biggest issue can be per diem nurse cancellations. In this industry, it is inevitable. While it is an issue [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

The Full Moon Chronicles

Posted October 31, 2019
October tends to be the month when you hear spooky stories, watch scary movies and purposely walk into a haunted house with the full intention of being scared out of [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
The "Clinical Liaison"

Interviewing Tips for Nurses: How to Land your Dream Job!

Posted October 7, 2019
You’ve found the perfect nursing job opportunity. Your resume stands out among dozens of other candidates. Now, it all comes down to the interview. Interviewing for a new nursing job [...] Read More

Travel Nurse Resume Tips

Posted September 16, 2019
The tedious and daunting task of writing your travel nurse resume; where to start? It’s hard enough to DO your job every day, much less be able to write about [...] Read More

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