Why do I have to fill out an application with a travel company in order to talk about jobs? Can’t they just send my resume?
Let's take a closer look at TBIs and their therapy methods.
Being a healthcare traveler has its many perks, one being the opportunity to explore new locations on a regular basis. Since travel assignments are typically 13 weeks long, and a majority of that time will be spent working, it can be hard to fit in activities.
As the old saying goes – holidays are best spent with family. But sometimes that is not possible for medical professionals working assignments away from home. So what do you do when that homesick feeling starts to set in? Try these simple tips to enjoy your holidays while away on assignment.
We talked with Leslie Brown, Regional Branch Manager of Aureus Nursing, to learn her top tips, advice and insight on interviewing for travel nursing positions.
What is the interview process for a travel assignment? Is there an in-person or over the phone interview? We answer this in our FAQ Friday blog
When you travel as a temporary employee you may be the new person in the department or office every three months. That is a lot of first impressions to make! Here are some tips for making sure you hit the ground running on every assignment!
Travel therapy is an exciting adventure. One can see and work in every single state if they so desire. There are sights to see and new things to experience. The memories will last forever, but it can sometimes be difficult to find a way to reflect on those times when all is said