9 Must-Haves for Nurses This Fall

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Fall is here. That means it’s time to break out the flannel, rake the fallen leaves, and gear up for some serious holiday prepping. Whether you’re embarking on your first or last travel nursing assignment, we’ve got just the things you need to make your fall season the most bountiful one yet.

        1. The holy grail of fall drinks: the Pumpkin Spice Latte

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          In this day and age, there are very few things more representative of the fall season than the Pumpkin Spice Latte.  And it’s here to provide autumn warmth and a caffeine boost… for at least a few more weeks. Perk up for your next shift – be sure to grab your cup today!

    1. The 2018 Fall Foliage Prediction Map

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      Want to be treated to a spectacular display of fall foliage? The Smoky Mountains Foliage Prediction Map lets you do just that… for free! Think of it as the weather forecast for foliage. Just slide to the date of your choice and find out the ideal time for catching peak autumn colors based on your destination.

    2.  A Wow-Worthy Non-Nursing Halloween Costume

      creative halloween costumesAs the inspiration to one of the most popular Halloween costumes in the U.S., nurses are no strangers to dressing the part. But if you’re looking for something outside of your wardrobe, consider these creative costume ideas.

    3. Better-For-You Halloween Treatshalloween stickers gift ideas

      Promote healthy habits among neighbors by ditching the usual sugar-laden goods for sanitizers, festive pencils, spooky stickers, plaque-fighting gum, all-natural candies, and other better-for-kids treats this Halloween. And for those working with younger patients, use spooky stickers as a  reward for good behavior.

    4. A Library of Fall Memes Nurses Will Love

      fall_memes_funny Need a laugh? If you’re a true fall fanatic, these memes are as relatable as they get. If you’re excited about fall, make it known! Save and share with your friend and fellow nurses.

    5. A Winning Thanksgiving Recipe

      Homemade Roasted Thanksgiving Day Turkey with all the SidesThanksgiving food has earned a reputation for being rich not only in flavor but also in calories. After all, what’s a spread without sugary pies and buttery casseroles? It’s time to prove to your coworkers (it’s potluck season), friends and family that healthy Thanksgiving food does exist! Impress them with these fantastic fall recipes that are easy on the waistline. You’ll have your guests saying “there’s no way that was cauliflower!”

    6. A Pumpkin Carving Nurses Can Be Proud Of

      pumpkin_carving_nurse_Medical_ideasDo away with classic Jack-o-Lanterns this year. Get creative and try a heartbeat pumpkin or use these nurse-related pumpkin carving templates to express your nursing pride. For something easy and equally festive, put that extra stethoscope to use – an easy prop that’s sure to be a conversation starter for your next fall gathering.

    7. A Solid Black Friday (Cyber Monday) Shopping List

      black friday deals 2018Have your eye on the newest fitness tech? Put those Thanksgiving calories to good use by making the Black Friday Shopping trek. These hard-to-find deals may be worth the long lines at the checkout. If you prefer to stay in and take advantage of free expedited shipping, be sure to keep an eye out for unbeatable Cyber Monday deals.

    8. And last but not the least… A Travel Nursing Assignment to Fall In Love With

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      Fall is the season of change and there’s no better time to fall in love with a new travel nursing assignment than right now. Take a look at our current openings in the nation’s autumnal hotspots below:

The Blue Ridge Mountains are a sight to see, especially during the fall. Breathtaking views and an abundance of autumn festivals await you at this Med Surg RN job in Charlotte, NC. >> APPLY TODAY

Looking for family-friendly fun? Look no further than Nashville for enchanting horseback riding trails and whimsical corn mazes. APPLY TODAY for this ER Psych RN job.

If you’re one to indulge, be sure to consider Richmond, VA as your fall destination for its noteworthy wineries and food festivals. We currently have a Cath Lab RN opening here. >> APPLY TODAY

There’s more to Baltimore than its beautiful harbor. Farmers markets, cultural activities, and autumn outings are just a few treats that await you when you apply for this Critical Care RN position.

The Freedom Trail Foliage Tour might just be one of the most beautiful sights to see this autumn season. This and historic architecture are yours to experience via this PICU RN position in Boston, MA. >> APPLY TODAY 

If you’ve never considered a traveling position, the time is now! Click here for the inside scoop on all things travel nursing. Want to see more fall travel nursing assignments across the U.S.? Click below to search our most recent nursing job openings.

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Which of the above have you already made a part of your fall plans? Be sure to comment below with your own fall-must haves and autumn favorites. Happy Fall from all of us at Soliant!

 

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1 comment on “9 Must-Haves for Nurses This Fall”

  1. A lot of people talk about nurses and how tough there job is I agree . There is another nursing job out there true it’s not the same I am talking about the cna’s that work in the nursing homes. There are a lot of really good ones out there that do really great work. As you know it is seriously hard work because we are not taking care of grammas an grandpas anymore we are taking care of a lot more younger people now with serious mental issues . I love being a cna if I can make one resident smile or laugh it makes my day and I know there’s I have been at the facility where I work for 18 years . So please don’t forget about us .

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