This Fast Facts book provides a broad base of information intended to guide professional nurses in pursuing a travel nursing career. Written by a seasoned practitioner, the book includes tips on how to enter the field of travel nursing, negotiate assignment contracts, increase pay, improve benefits and enhance travel assignments. The Guide is designed to provide quick access to needed information, and shows nurses how to acquire representation from a staffing company, how to arrive well-prepared at an assignment location, and how to interview with prospective facilities. In a one light, easy-to-read volume, ""Fast Facts for the Travel Nurse"" provides everything practitioners need to enjoy a lucrative and interesting travel nursing career. It is written by a seasoned travel nurse. It provides whole-career guidance. It offers information on state boards of nursing and travel staffing companies. It includes a complete standard math test study guide. It is written in a personal, easy-to-read style.
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Michele Landrum, RN, is a nurse in a multi-physician cardiology clinic and nurse educator at Springhill Medical Center in Mobile, Alabama. Her experience has focused predominantly in cardiac-related positions, including Cardiac Cath and EP labs, ER, ICU and SICU environments. Michelle has six years of travel nursing experience in many states across the US, including Alaska, and has authored Fast Facts for the Travel Nurse.
Part I: The Basics: All You'll Need to Know to Choose Your First Travel Assignment; Ch.1 Qualifications, Documentation, and Organization Needed to Become a Travel Nurse; Ch.2 How to Choose a Travel Staffing Company; Ch.3 Choosing the Location and the Proper Housing for Your First Assignment; Ch.4 Obtaining State Nursing Licensure; Ch.5 Bringing Family and/or Pets on Assignment; Ch.6 How to Interview with a Potential Assignment Facility and Negotiate a Travel Contract.