Top Travel Nursing Myths Debunked

by Soliant Health on November 29, 2016

travel nursing mythsYou might be considering taking the plunge and becoming a travel nurse. Then again, you might have heard a few things that make you wonder if working as a traveler is the right choice. Although it can be a little intimidating moving into something new, it’s easier if you bust the myths and get the facts. Below are some common myths about travel nursing that may be holding you back. [click to continue…]

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healthcare technology roboticsNew technology abounds in every industry, but they are rarely more amazing than the innovations that we see in modern medicine. Some people are a bit skeptical over some of the new technological advances, with concerns about human positions being replaced by robots and other machinery. A look at the broader picture, however, shows that these advances will be a far bigger help than a hindrance to those in the medical profession. Here are just a few of the latest advances in medical technology that are a huge asset to those in patient care. [click to continue…]

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10 Informative Podcasts for Medical Professionals

by Soliant Health on November 15, 2016

medical podcastsStaying on top of the latest news and trends in the industry is a crucial task for those in the medical profession. However, with long hours and little downtime, it can be difficult to stay abreast of what’s happening in the world of medicine. Podcasts are a great way to stay informed about the latest developments in your field, hear the advice and experiences of other physicians, and sometimes just get some relatable entertainment. Just pop in your ear buds during your lunch break or turn up the volume on your phone during your commute. It’s never been easier to keep current on all of the most recent news and developments. [click to continue…]

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nurse volunteerThe news has been filled with images of devastated communities in the wake of hurricanes and other natural disasters. Communities are ravaged by flooding and storm damage, and many of the residents have been displaced to shelters. Along with the homes that have been damaged, many hospitals, medical offices, and other healthcare facilities are dealing with the same aftermath and struggle to serve their patients. Volunteer nurses are stepping up to assist and helping to take the burden off of local caregivers. [click to continue…]

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Open Communication is a Top Tool for School Nurses

by Soliant Health on November 1, 2016

school nurse communicationMany times, the school nurse is the first person to recognize physical and mental health issues in a child. As we are not typically equipped to diagnose and manage illnesses, communicating with teachers, parents, administration, and other caregivers is the best tool in our arsenal for ensuring that students get the care and attention they need. Whether you are working with a student who has a potential health issue or one who is being treated for an existing condition, here are some top tips for keeping the lines of communication open and healthy. [click to continue…]

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Traveler Spotlight – PCU Nurse Christin

by Bonnie Steiner on October 26, 2016

traveler spotlightConfidence, resilience, resourcefulness, and humility are some of the main values our PCU nurse Christin instills in her practice. An experienced travel nurse like Christin who’s now working her way into nursing administration truly knows the ropes of the industry. We had the pleasure of speaking with Christin to find out why she started traveling, what’s stood out to her thus far, and what advice she has for prospective travelers.  [click to continue…]

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