Travel Nursing

Ebola update: Nursing union reveals scant preparation by hospitalsNursing advocates are calling for more information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, after two nurses have been diagnosed with the virus.
New study will judge nursing practices and patient outcomes under the ACAA researcher at the University of Pennsylvania will examine evolving nursing practices under the Affordable Care Act.
Massachusetts’ nurses fight mandatory flu shotsMandatory flu shots are a familiar occurrence throughout U.S. health systems, but some nurses are fighting the policy.
Clinical use of mobile devices on the riseMore nurses are using mobile devices in the workplace, according a recent report.
New York removes red-tape for hepatitis C testingNurses in New York have another tool in their arsenal when it comes to combating hepatitis C.
Travel nurses: The next agent of change in healthcareNurses now have more experience, education and responsibility than before, and travel nurses may be uniquely positioned to make contributions toward improving patient care.
Nurse pay rates grew in 2014 more than other hospital employeesWith the exception of executives, nurses saw higher pay increase than other hospital employees, according to a new report.
Staffing mandate improves nurse safety, but benefit to patients still unclearAs more states eye establishing nurse-to-patient ratios, a new study shows the success of one mandate in California.
Nurses more pessimistic than physicians in regard to end-of-life careCan patients die a dignified death in a hospital? A recent study shows physicians and nurses have different perceptions.
Nurses who care too deeply burn out fasterA new report shows that nurses who care the most are more likely to experience burnout and even leave their jobs.