Tips for travel nurses to reduce stress

Nursing causes stress, but traveling and nursing causes even more stress. As a travel nurse you’ll have to take care of yourself and manage your stress level. There are several ways to accomplish this but here are some basic ways of doing so and a product that works wonders. Exercise I don’t always get enough …

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Nurses Need More Sleep

Travel nurses work a lot of long and late hours. Seventeen hour night shifts can happen, but working that many hours means that you can only get a total of seven hours sleep in a twenty-four hour period, and that’s only if you sleep in a bed at work. The National Sleep Foundation, who celebrate …

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7 Tips for Staying a Healthy Travel Nurse During Flu Season

Nobody wants to get sick, but the sniffles hop around the world more than the Easter bunny during the cold and flu season. And nurses are easy prey for colds because they provide direct care to patients. Nurses know about great aseptic techniques and health promotion practices, but other measures can keep the flu bunny …

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