Top Ten of the Worst Gifts to Give a Nurse
CDC Recommendations? Apparently the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have lost their minds – that is if you believe everything you read on the internet. The new CDC recommendations include ignoring red-flags, running with scissors, ordering pineapple on pizza – well – at least according to the jokesters and meme-makers painting the walls
You may have heard (several months ago) of various retailers offering discounts for nurses. Doing their best to thank nurses and other frontline workers for all their hard work and dedication during the COVID-19 pandemic. You may also know that as the pandemic has started to become more and more manageable – many of
At Next Move we believe that at the core of any good nurse is a desire to provide the best patient care possible. We don’t judge on appearance or on a chosen form of expression. We think tattoos are awesome, we have some ourselves! Feel free to share this with your fellow tattooed healthcare workers.
Join us as we talk to DJ Allen Michael about what it’s like to be a DJ just getting started in the market and hear some really funny stories about life in the fast lane as an artist. Interested in what nursing opportunities may be available to you? Check out our full job board today!
Have you heard about local travel nursing contracts? Chances are if you’re an RN you’ve (at bare minimum) considered travel nursing and chances are even though the high salaries may have seemed tempting – you just couldn’t imagine leaving home for 13-weeks at time. Perhaps you have familial responsibilities such as young children or aging
As a travel nurse agency, you may think it a bit odd that we’re encouraging you to take a vacation – but as a nurse first, and nurse powered* agency, we are acutely aware of the negative effects of working one contract after another and never reaping the benefits of taking a vacation. *Next Move
Nurse burnout is a real and growing problem within the U.S. healthcare system due in part to long hours, increased responsibilities and low pay. We’ve all heard the statistics that RNs are leaving the profession at an alarming rate largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent ramifications of that, resulting in increased