Healthcare Predictions for 2024

December 27, 2023 in Resources, Travel Nursing


The healthcare landscape changes with every new year. As we march ahead into 2024, there are many key developments to watch out for as a clinician. Here are the healthcare predictions for 2024.  Continued Labor Challenges for Facilities  The nurse shortage we experienced in 2023 is expected to continue in 2024. There are a number […]


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How to Maintain Professional Boundaries in Nursing

August 15, 2023 in Career Development, Resources, Travel Nursing


It’s no secret that the nurse-patient dynamic is a unique one. Part of being a great nurse is having the ability to demonstrate empathy and compassion with patients without crossing the line of professionalism. To provide the best care, clinicians must protect the caregiver-to-patient relationship by establishing and maintaining strong professional boundaries in nursing. Here […]


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Financial Tips for Travel Nurses

April 6, 2023 in Resources, Travel Nursing


Between saving lives, squeezing in some much-needed R&R, and figuring out your next contract, managing money might seem low on the priority list for a travel nurse. However, it’s never been more important for nurses to be financially literate. If you have no idea where to start when it comes to making money moves, we’re […]


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Staying Positive as a Nurse

March 24, 2023 in Resources, Travel Nursing


Nurses encounter many stressors in the workplace: long hours, rotating shifts, and pressure to achieve in an emotionally and physically challenging field. The American Nurses Association found that the effects of stress are among nurses’ top health and safety concerns. Cultivating positive emotions can help nurses become healthier, happier, and more resilient. Here are some […]


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Best Advice for New Nurses

March 3, 2023 in Resources, Travel Nursing


Your first couple of years provide huge growth opportunities for anyone in the healthcare field. Gearing up for your very first RN position is bound to carry a lot of excitement, but also lots of unknowns. Find out what experienced Premier clinicians wish they knew when they first started out. Embracing their advice for new […]


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Best Travel Nursing Advice

February 1, 2023 in Resources, Travel Nursing


As you begin to think about starting your first contract as a travel nurse, you are faced with a lot of unknowns: “How do I even get started? Where am I going to live while on my assignment? How am I going to make friends in my new town? How do I adjust to my […]


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How to Effectively Communicate with Your Nurse Manager

January 20, 2023 in Resources, Travel Nursing


Behold the nurse manager: the venerable head of your unit. Nurse managers are responsible for planning and directing operations on the floor of a hospital or clinic to ensure optimal patient care. They also maintain an authoritative role over all the other nurses working on the unit. During your career as a nurse, you will […]


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Continuing Your Nursing Education: Where to Start

December 9, 2022 in Resources, Travel Nursing


Nursing is a career that involves lifelong learning. The healthcare field is constantly evolving and improving through research and advancements in technology, and continued education is vital to staying abreast to the most updated nursing techniques. Here are a few things to consider as you start to start to think about continuing your nursing education- […]


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Legal Concepts Nurses Should Know

November 23, 2022 in Resources, Travel Nursing


On top of mastering the hundreds of nursing terms and abbreviations, it’s equally important to learn certain legal concepts as a new RN. I know what you’re thinking: “hey, I went to nursing school not law school.” However, you’d be surprised how many legal implications there are for nurses that affect everyday care. While you […]


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Common Nursing Terms & Abbreviations: A Guide for New Nurses

November 4, 2022 in Resources, Travel Nursing


You’ve waited for this moment for years: finally getting your very first hospital job after nursing school. While many new nurses are feeling on top of their game after completing all the requirements of their certification, that first day on the job can be overwhelming, especially when all the veteran nurses are shooting around phrases […]


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