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Q&A: How to travel nurse with pets?

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Jeannie Dougherty

Q&A: How to travel nurse with pets?

Q&A: How to Travel Nurse with Pets As someone who can’t imagine a life without dogs, I also can’t imagine taking on a travel nursing career without my beloved pets. I mean, look at those faces! Meet Cafecito & Mijo. So the question then becomes: Can you travel nurse with pets? Well, the simple answer

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Jeannie Dougherty

5 Tips for Surviving a 48-Hour Work Week

Five Tips for Surviving a 48-hour Hour Work Week It should come as no surprise to any clinician that the days of $10K contracts are long gone – and those that pay in the range of high $4k to low $5k are often in the 48-hour a week range. Four, 12-hour shifts a week is

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Jeannie Dougherty

5 Best Travel Nurse Locations: Fall Edition

Top 5 Picks for Travel Nurse Locations: Fall Edition Fall is the ultimate time to take your nursing career on the road to various locations throughout the United States. If you’re ready to sign your next or your first travel nursing contract: you may have a lot of questions about best places to travel in

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Jeannie Dougherty

Seasonal Depression: What is it? Do you have it? What can you do?

It’s about that time of year again – time for longer pants, heavier coats, and that anticipation you get when you’re about to have your very fist pumpkin spice latte of the season!  It’s almost Fall!  It’s a season that brings joy to many with its changing colors, and cooler days– but for some –

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Jeannie Dougherty

Honored & Humbled to Work With Clinicians That Go Above & Beyond

Next Level Clinician AwardHonored & Humbled to Work With Clinicians That Go Above & Beyond Next Move is proud to announce the very first winner of our ‘Next Level Clinician’ award! Kista B, an RN working a travel contract in Springfield, Missouri was nominated by her facility for her exceptional efforts in patient care after

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Nurses Estimated to be 38% More Likely to Have Suicidal Thoughts

In a study published last year it was found that nurses are more likely to have suicidal thoughts than any other profession in the U.S.  The Mayo Clinic study, which was published in the November 2021 issue of The American Journal of Nursing, reported that 5.5% of nurses experienced suicidal ideation, which is 1% higher

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Jeannie Dougherty

Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? Welcome to nurse burnout.

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 rates

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Jeannie Dougherty

The Next Move App

If you haven’t heard – Next Move has launched a brand-new Next Move Mobile App! Aside from keeping track of all your certification renewals there are many other things this app has been designed to do, to make your travel nurse journey all a whole lot easier!  All from the comfort of your mobile device you can:  If

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Jeannie Dougherty

From the Desk of John Nolan, CEO

As the CEO of Next Move, Inc. I get to spend most of my time supporting the incredible staff of this agency to dream bigger and strive harder in serving our clinicians. Occasionally though, I want to drop in with our clinicians directly – this feels like an important moment to do so. We’ve experienced a lot of changes

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How to Get a California Nursing License

Next Move is thrilled to announce we’ve expanded and are now staffing in the great state of  C-A-L-I-F-O-R-N-I-A! Yahoo! If you don’t hold a California nursing license – it can take anywhere from 5-15 weeks  to obtain a California Nursing License (depending on the type of license you desire) – and there is no time

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Q&A: How to travel nurse with pets?

Q&A: How to Travel Nurse with Pets As someone who can’t imagine a life without dogs, I also can’t imagine taking on a travel nursing career without my beloved pets. I mean, look at those faces! Meet Cafecito & Mijo. So the question then becomes: Can you travel nurse with pets? Well, the simple answer

Read More »

5 Tips for Surviving a 48-Hour Work Week

Five Tips for Surviving a 48-hour Hour Work Week It should come as no surprise to any clinician that the days of $10K contracts are long gone – and those that pay in the range of high $4k to low $5k are often in the 48-hour a week range. Four, 12-hour shifts a week is

Read More »

5 Best Travel Nurse Locations: Fall Edition

Top 5 Picks for Travel Nurse Locations: Fall Edition Fall is the ultimate time to take your nursing career on the road to various locations throughout the United States. If you’re ready to sign your next or your first travel nursing contract: you may have a lot of questions about best places to travel in

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