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Ask a Traveler: Top Location

May 30th, 2017 | Posted by aschmidt in Client Tips, Travel Nursing, Travel Tips, Traveler Tips, Treasured Travlers

What do you think of when you hear Colorado? Skiing, snow and freezing temperatures? Do you envision only being able to enjoy the area if you are an extreme adventurer? These nurses may prove you wrong. Packing up to move across the country may seem intimidating, however, many of our travelers found love, companionship, and […]

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3 Ways Travel Nurses Help Hospitals

July 26th, 2016 | Posted by Amber in Client Tips, Travel Nursing

Today, hospitals are under tremendous pressure to provide care that results in quality outcomes. Certain untoward events even cost hospitals money. Falls, infections, wrong-site surgeries all affect a hospital’s bottom line. Research has shown that proper staffing is one way of reducing “never events” and increasing patient satisfaction. One way of providing proper nurse staffing […]

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Travel Nursing Impact of Supply and Demand

June 5th, 2015 | Posted by Amber in Client Tips, Industry News

  Retiring nurses, growing census, EMR conversions and normal seasonal shifts have combined to create a profound shortage of available travel nurses. Orders for travel nurses have tripled over the last 12 months alone and the typical summer abatement in demand does not seem to be providing any relief this year. This suggests that the […]

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Meet Dr. Ruth…No, Not the Sex Therapist

September 16th, 2014 | Posted by Amber in Client Tips, Travel Nursing

PPR has its own Dr. Ruth. She is taller and younger than the nationally-known therapist plus is a nurse rather than a psychologist. Our Dr. Ruth has a diverse background in nursing and healthcare. She has earned degrees in nursing, gerontology, and education. She also founded the School of Nursing at Jacksonville University and served […]

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