You've decided to take the plunge and experience the wonderful world of travel healthcare. Whether it's your first travel contract or 40th, I'm sure you're excited to see new, interesting destinations across the country!
Nurses are the unsung heroes of society. As a travel nurse, you know you and your team work tirelessly to provide high-quality patient care.
Every year we celebrate National Physician Assistant week October 6-12. This is a week for us to say “thank you” to all of the providers out there that are working hard every day for hours on end to keep us all healthy.
There are certain factors on the patient's side that can limit their progression in a travel physical therapy program, and stress is one of them.
Aureus works with so many traveling medical professionals out on the road that I wanted to share my go-to resources in hopes of helping these travelers make the most of the time they spend in new areas.
As someone working in physical travel therapy, you'll have an opportunity to make a positive, long-term difference in so many kids' lives by working with patients who have Down syndrome.
As someone working in travel physical therapy, you know the importance of exercise.
As a travel nurse, you've likely found a whole new slew of horrors associated with this holiday: high rates of injury.