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Latest stories, information, articles, research, career and employment tips for travel nurses on the go.


Be Proactive About Your Health – Your Patients Will Thank You!

Being Proactive with Your Health | Cross Country TravCorps

Being proactive about maintaining optimal health is essential for both your own well-being and the well-being of your patients. And, believe it or not, staying healthy is the result of many small self-care decisions that can impact your career.

Looking to Enhance Your Travel Nursing Experiences? There’s an App for That!

Cross Country TravCorps | Mobile Apps for Travel Nurses

Before you embark on your next assignment, check out these five useful apps that can come in handy as you navigate your travel plans.

What Makes Travel Nursing in Los Angeles an Excellent Employment Choice?

Cross Country TravCorps | Travel Assignment in Los Angeles

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the endless amount of exciting things to do in LA, check out this list of seven awesome attractions as you embark on your new adventure.

Best Questions to Ask Your Recruiter Before Accepting a Travel Assignment

Cross Country TravCorps

To be fully prepared, be proactive about asking the right questions and gathering all necessary information as you transition into your new role. Your recruiter will be happy to answer your questions or put you in touch with someone who can.

Travel Nursing: Changing the Face of Patient Care

Travel Nursing and Patient Care

Though there are many perks to travel nursing, one of the most rewarding benefits is the opportunity to make a positive difference in the hospital experiences of patients around the world.

Have a New Travel Assignment? Have a Packing Game Plan

Packing for Travel Assignment | Traveling Nurse

Knowing how to navigate the packing process requires both time and effort. Think ahead and consider everything you’ll need for the next 13 weeks. And, most importantly, planning ahead will reduce your stress levels so you can focus on your assignment.

An Interview with Travel Nurse, Kelly Hogan

What is your specialty? Operating Room How long have you been a travel nurse? Almost 4 years

Meet Crystal B. – Mom, Nurse, Traveler!

With Mother’s Day right around the corner, we couldn’t think of a better time to spotlight one of our amazing travel nurses — Crystal B, BSN, RN. Many healthcare professionals put the option of traveling out of their heads if they have children. However,

Tax Return Tips for Travel Healthcare Professionals

With tax season come and gone, you may be relieved to be done with your taxes… but it’s never too early to start planning for next year! If you are like most Americans, chances are… you fear and loathe tax time as a healthcare traveler.

Sleeping Well Means Performing Well as a Travel Nurse

Many people underestimate the importance of sleep. It’s easy to forget how sleep (or lack of) affects the body. We even go as far as thinking of the process as a chore. But getting a good night’s sleep is essential for good health, and can help restore yo


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