Nurse health is a critical issue—and not just for the individual practitioners. Nurses can successfully care for others only when they also are caring for their own physical and mental health. Yet, it’s not always easy.
Derick J., BSN, RN, CCRN, had two life events that likely inspired him to become a travel nurse: he grew up with and helped take care of his disabled mother, and he later lived with his aunt and uncle, who, as a military family, frequently moved around the country.
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Travel nurses can find assignments across the country but need to get a nursing license in any state of their choosing.