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Circle of Control

Have you ever read a book that has changed your life for the better? The Question behind the Question or QBQ by John Miller did this for me. It’s a book that turns “Why me?” thinking into a “What can I do?” type of mentality.

Aureus Medical Contract Employees of the Quarter

Aureus Medical is happy to announce its healthcare Travel Employees of the Quarter. Employees are nominated by their Account Managers each quarter. The winners will then be included in the Employee of the Year nominations. Congratulations to all!

Jumping off the Merry-Go-Round

Did you know the average traveler only travels for about 18 months? At three months at a time, 18 months is going to go pretty quick and might only be 3-4 contracts, assuming you get extended or take time off in between contracts. It's important that you have a strategy of not only what you

Developing leadership skills as a travel nurse

Here are a few tips for training your leadership skills on assignment.

Celebrate Occupational Therapy Month!

April is Occupational Therapy month! That is not the only reason to celebrate: 2017 marks 100 years of Occupational Therapy. In honor of the people who have devoted their lives to this profession, I wanted to share a tribute to the Occupational Therapist to increase awareness about who they are and the value they bring

Travel occupational therapy as a second career

Jennifer Ceballos taught kindergarten for 12 years before becoming a travel occupational therapist.

A Traveler’s Impact on the Hospital

We’ve all thought about it - working as a medical professional and traveling for a living sound like a great idea in theory, but there are a lot of challenges and sacrifices that travelers have to face. They have to leave family and friends to go somewhere new.

Using travel occupational therapy to treat addiction

If you're looking for travel therapy jobs that suit your interests, consider an occupational approach to treating addiction. Here's what that looks like.