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.
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.
You’ve signed your contract for your first travel assignment. Many thoughts quickly flash through your brain: What do I do next? Where am I going to do that drug test they mentioned? I need to turn in my notice at work. How will I manage to pack for three months away from home?
If you’re like me, you’ve got to have a book with you whenever you travel. Regardless of whether you actually read it or not, it just doesn’t feel like you’re ready to hit the road until you know you have at least one, if not two, good books at the ready.
In honor of National Caffeine Awareness Month, here are the truths and lies regarding the stimulant a travel nurse may encounter.
It is no secret that we live in a world in which building a quality relationship is a necessity to succeed. The travel therapy world is no different. If you ask anyone, the single most important factor to traveling as a therapist is building a great relationship with your recruiter.
Just what is this telehealth and how can it affect travel therapy providers? Let's find out.