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Immediate Placement! →
Immediate Placement! Kansas City & Surrounding Area Contracts in ICU, OR/CVOR, ER, Step Down, TELE, Oncology, PACU, OR Tech, Peds M/S, PICU.
Unique Short Contract... with GREAT PAY PACKAGE.
unique short contract - 60 hrs/week $31/hour plus $1000 in tax free incentives per week! *Figures shown are estimated without housing provided by Nurses PRN. Other pay options are available though! Contact a recruiter to get more information! CRITICAL CARE, CARDIAC SUB/TELE, L&D, NICU, REHAB, OR, PHARMACY, RADIOLOGY
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Caring in Nursing: Tips to Staying Compassionate →
Politics in the Workplace – professionally... →
Alzheimer’s patients are usually only able to... →
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Breast cancer prevention: What every woman should... →
Nurses in the Community →
As professionals, we may have moments where we lose sight of the greater good of what we do each day; especially during the challenging days. Today is a good day to reflect how important your role as a nurse is in the community…
Cell Phone Story! Don't let this happen to you... →
Is Travel Nursing for You? →
Insect Repellent: What? When? How Much? How Often?...
BUGS! Doesn’t matter where you live… there’s no avoiding them. Read up on insect repellent… how much? What kind? How often? (Click photo for full article)
My Friend's Experience in Guatemala
Have you ever done travel nursing abroad? Volunteered your skills? Take a look at a friend’s story and share yours – we’d love to hear your experiences and see photos! (click photo to read full article)
: Things a Nurse Can Learn as a Patient →
nurse-on-duty: When you’re already sick and encumbered, it is quite an insult to also be treated like a child. Give your patients dignity and respect and the ability to make their own decisions. Don’t less this confuse you with the need to sometimes be assertive. But adults deserve to make their own decisions…