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Amanda Garcia
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over 6 months ago

With healthcare constantly changing. If you could pick the perfect shift and hours, what would you pick? Keep in mind all shifts would have to be covered and fairly distributed.

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Donna Dosher
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Well It could work that way with only having 12 hours. If the hospital is going to pay for overlap, I think it's fair to assume that they don't want to have to pay both employees extra hours.

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Mary Ann Gersale
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I would go for 12 hours for 3 days and another 8 on day 4

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Christianne Dimech
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over 6 months ago

Travel nursing is a great opportunity for nurses who are looking to explore new destinations while earning a competitive salary and advancing their careers! There are positions available in various specialties for nurses who are willing to travel and take up the adventure.

Travel nurses are registered nurses who fill temporary needs in hospitals and healthcare facilities both in the United States and internationally. Travel nurse agencies work with healthcare systems to assign nurses short or long-term contracts based on the facility's needs. A typical contract lasts about 13 weeks, however, it can range from 4 weeks to 1 year depending on need and location.

Some benefits of Travel Nursing include:

✨ Exploring different parts of the US

✨ Competitive pays with health insurance benefits, housing and allowances

✨ Avoid workplace politics

✨ Exposure to different nursing styles, thus promoting professional growth

✨ Job security

✨ Meeting new people

Seeing all the great benefits that travel nursing has, does anyone here have travel nursing experience? Do you agree with these benefits?

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Amanda Garcia
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Excellent communication skills (both listening and speaking) Empathy and compassion for patients and their families Physical endurance to tolerate long periods of standing and heavy lifting Quick response during emergencies and problem solving skills Respect for patients, colleagues, rules, confidentiality, and cultural traditions Emotional stability and ability to handle high levels of stress without harm to oneself

Possessing these six traits can help individuals have a successful and rewarding career in the healthcare industry.

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Christianne Dimech
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With so many nurses deciding to leave bedside, many are opting to look into remote nursing. This may seem like another whole new department in which we may feel as novice nurses. Here are some pointers to help with that phone/virtual interview!

  1. Be in a quiet area away from distractions (no kids, pets or TV on)

  2. Have the questions you want to ask the interviewer ready and in front of you.

  3. Stand while on the phone (helps with confidence and concentration)

  4. Smile while talking (you can hear a smile!)

  5. Have a pen and notepad in front of you, along with your resume!!

  6. Create a checklist. Review the job posting and make a list of how your qualifications match the hiring criteria (Have the list available so you can glance at it during the interview).

Be sure to have a look at our remote nursing jobs on Jobcase! Best of luck with your job search! # #jobsearch #interview #motivation #nurse

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Amanda Garcia
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I'm really excited about the future of technology and how AI is going to be a big part of all of our lives. I believe that AI has the potential to greatly assist the healthcare industry in providing quicker and more efficient care to patients, and I'm looking forward to seeing how this technology evolves over time.

If anyone else is as into technology as I am, I'd love to hear your thoughts on this. How do you see AI impacting the industry in the coming years?

I came across a newly published article that I thought might be of interest to those in the medical industry. It's about how AI and Doximetry have partnered together to create one of the first AI response chats. This is an exciting development, and I'm looking forward to seeing how this technology will improve patient care and healthcare practices in the future. Here's the link to the article if you'd like to check it out!

https://www.fiercehealthcare.com/health-tech/doximity-rolls-out-beta-version-chatgpt-tool-docs-aiming-streamline-administrative

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Vanessa Whelan
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I’m Vanessa , a 40yo RN / Geriatric nurse ( specialized in Alzheimer’s/ Dementia and numerous other areas in medical field . I was born and raised in Germany and moved to TN 13 years ago . All together I have 8 years of medical school ( all in Germany ) moving to the states I realized I had to do schooling all over again . And this time I have used all my savings for the big move and application for my greencard . So started out cleaning houses . After that I started taking care of elderly people mainly w/ Alzheimer’s dementia but can work in all directions in this field . Bed wound care , upper respiratory ( changing Tubus/ trachs - breathing machines etc ) I have been self employed for the past 5 years. I am fluent in English and German . Also open for translating jobs , teaching etc #translater #caregiver #nurse #geriatricnurse

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richard thompson
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over 6 months ago

nursing the start of it. #nurse

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Emma Allen
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over 6 months ago

Job Details:-

· Shift: Days.

· General Certifications: ACLS, BLS & AR active Compact License required.

· Experience - Min 2 years in ICU.

General Information:-

· Contract length: 13 Weeks

· Guaranteed hours per week: 36

Pay Rate :

· Hourly: $75/hour and $2,700 weekly gross.

· (Non-Taxable(Stipend): $30.53 and $1,099.08 weekly gross.

· Taxable: $44.47/hour.

· OT Rate- $85/hr (OT Starts After 40hrs).

Benefits:-

· Excellent Pay packages

· Weekly pay and direct deposit

· Travel reimbursements

· Relocation Assistance

· Health Insurance

· Vision & Dental Benefits

· Worker Compensation

· Professional Insurance

· Non-Taxable Stipend

· Signup bonus

· Contract extension bonus

· Unlimited Referral Bonuses up to $1,000

For more info please email

Email Id- emma@exptek.com

Let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you!

Emma Allen

www.exptek.com

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