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EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Build A Life You Love with Travel Nursing

We are back in action with a new event for travel nurses in New York City: Building A Life You Love With Travel Nursing!  Join us on Saturday, Oct 12th for an afternoon with Emerald and brand ambassador + nurse-turned-entrepreneur Monique Doughty (@iamnursemo) talking all things travel nursing -- and how ...

Interim Nursing Leadership: Time for a new adventure

Taking the leap into the world of interim nurse leadership can be scary, but if others have done it before, why can't you? Lilly Brown, one of our own interim leaders, shares her story: Do you love nursing but feel burned out in your current position? Do you want to learn ...

7 Steps to Land Your Dream Travel Healthcare Job

Imagine being able to travel all over the U.S., while maintaining the career you love (and even growing it). Here are the seven steps between you and your first allied healthcare assignment. 1. Stop dreaming. Tomorrow isn’t the best time to start looking for your travel healthcare assignment and destination. It’s right ...

Day In The Life of a Travel Ultrasound Clinician

Ray started his healthcare career in the military as a paramedic, then as an X-ray technician where he became interested in the wide world of medical imaging. He began pursuing a career in sonography. Sonographer, ultrasound tech – titles don’t matter to Ray. He knows what he does and he’s ...

We Busted 5 Myths For Travel Nursing

We’re pleased to bring you a guest blog from travel nursing veteran and patient advocate, Holly Lewis. She busts common travel nursing myths in this article, and telling it like it is. Have you believed any of these travel nursing myths? Myth #1: Travel nursing isn’t worth it. You make very good ...

A Day In The Life Of a Fast-Paced Travel Nurse

Nursing is a second career for Summer. She was an investment banker and loan officer for many years, but her favorite part of the job wasn’t crunching numbers. It was getting to interact with people. Even in the banking industry, she loved to serve, talk to and learn about the people ...