Easy-to-Follow Habits to Prevent Nursing Burnout

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As a nurse, you are responsible for caring for and treating patients at the times when they are most vulnerable. And while you likely make those under your care feel more relaxed, you might find that your own stress levels rise as work becomes more intense. Because nurses can’t take care of others unless they… Read more »

How to Be Smart About Social Media When You’re a Travel Nurse

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These days, almost all professionals rely on social media to further their careers, and travel nurses are no exception. Still, not all content is equally appropriate for mediums like Facebook and Twitter. Here are some of Pulse Staffing’s top tips for being smart about social media when you’re a busy travel nurse. Respect Patients’ Privacy… Read more »

Why a Nurse With a Positive Bedside Manner Gets Hired First

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Even though trained nurses are currently in short supply, your individual skillset still affects your ability to secure – and keep – a job. In fact, nurses who lack strong people skills are unlikely to hold on to the most desirable positions at hospitals and health centers. Here are some reasons that nurses with positive… Read more »

The On-the-Job Questions You Should Know but Are Afraid to Ask

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Nurses undergo rigorous training, including years of college, on-the-job instruction, and testing. Still, it’s not uncommon for even experienced nurses to forget certain aspects of their education. At Pulse Staffing, we are passionate about helping nurses find jobs that turn into lasting careers. Here are some common on-the-job nursing questions you should know but might… Read more »