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Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

10 travel nurse items you’ll want for your next contract

Posted September 21, 2020
Your contract is set, housing is secured, and now you just need to pack! Oh, the packing and the never-ending checklists. You’re questioning what to bring, what not to bring, [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

How to Stop Travel Nurse Bullying

Posted September 14, 2020
Unfortunately, travel nurse bullying is a real thing. However, when you hear the word “bully” your mind probably goes to the mean kid on the playground. Sadly, those bullies grow [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

10 Signs You Would Be Perfect For a Travel Nursing Career

Posted September 8, 2020
Have you been wondering “is travel nursing right for me We’re here to help you figure that out! If you check any or all of the following signs listed below, [...] Read More
Emily Reise
The "Social Media Queen"

5 Tips for Packing for a 13 Week Travel Contract

Posted August 24, 2020
YAY! You’ve locked in your next travel contract. You know the location, where you will be staying, and the best things to do in your new city! Don’t let packing [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

The Making of a Travel Nurse Contract

Posted August 17, 2020
The making of a travel nurse contract is quite the process. At Nurses PRN, there are many departments and hands that are involved to get a contract solidified for a [...] Read More
Emily Reise
The "Social Media Queen"

BEST STATES FOR A NURSE TO WORK AND LIVE

Posted August 10, 2020
You can work at one facility permanently, become a travel nurse and travel the nation on a contract-to-contract basis, or pick up per diem shifts on the side. Once you [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

Critical Care Nurse: All You Need to Know

Posted August 3, 2020
Choosing a nursing specialty can be tricky. You have to decide what type of work environment best suits your personality and skillsets. In general, critical care nurses tend to be [...] Read More
Emily Reise
The "Social Media Queen"

Breaking a Nursing Employment Contract – What’s the Big Deal!?

Posted July 27, 2020
What’s the big fuss if you back out of a contract last minute?  When you look at the big picture, you’ll soon understand how detrimental canceling a nursing contract can [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

Travel Nursing: Advice from the Experts!

Posted July 20, 2020
Travel nurses across the country lean on each other for advice, tips, best practices, and general guidance as they navigate the world as a gypsy. It’s crucial to have people [...] Read More
Emily Reise
The "Social Media Queen"

Travel Nurse Resume Tips

Posted July 13, 2020
Wondering how to get a nursing job or land your dream travel nursing contract? To start, you’ll need a resume that stands out! Writing your travel nurse resume can feel [...] Read More

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