The Gypsy Nurse Volunteering in Liberia with Cross Cultural Care As you probably already read, The Gypsy Nurse is volunteering in Liberia. I plan to bring you along with me; virtually and give you a ‘feet on the ground’ accounting of the entire process. CHECK OUT THE PREVIOUS SEGMENTS OF THIS SERIES IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO READ MORE ABOUT […]
The Gypsy Nurse is heading to Liberia with Cross Cultural Care As you probably already read, The Gypsy Nurse is volunteering in Liberia. I plan to bring you along with me; virtually and give you a ‘feet on the ground’ accounting of the entire process. CHECK OUT THE PREVIOUS SEGMENTS OF THIS SERIES IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO […]
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A traveler will eventually encounter the “50 Mile rule” during conversations with recruiters or fellow travelers. The rule is often discussed as an accepted law of traveling and defended with evangelistic zeal on social networking sites. No matter how times it is refuted, the rule emerges in another conversation like a marathon game of Whac-A-Mole[i]. […]
The 2014 Gypsy Florence Nightingale Contest is being sponsored by: Atlas MedStaff. In Recognition of Nurses Week, The Gypsy Nurse provided it’s readers and members of the Travel Nurse Network an opportunity to shine a spotlight on a travel nurse that has made a difference or encouraged someone to aspire to be a “Gypsy Florence […]
The following is a Guest Post via Lynnette Marshall (Mack) Sometimes as a nurse or a travel nurse it’s not the big things but the small things that make the most difference. The following story from one of our fellow Travel Nurses, shows exactly this. One night I had a trauma patient with his girlfriend […]
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Pack your bags! Save some money and Share A Room The 2014 Travelers Conference is in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip at the newly remodeled Flamingo Resort and Casino. Yes, Bugsy Siegel’s joint. Guests will enjoy upgraded beds with ultra-soft pillow-top mattresses, plush linens and faux fur throws. FAB rooms come equipped with […]
The following is a Guest Post via Julinda While working as a CT post-operative nurse in NC, I had a patient that continuously had chest pain after admission. No nurse seemed to take him seriously, and the Physican couldn’t find anything specific. Telemetry at bedside showed normal 2d echo showed perfect 12 lead ekg was perfect […]
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When I think of Fathers Day I will always remember the trip that Dad and I took to Gettysburg…. A Quirky Travel Companion Originally written: December 3, 2011 On my drive home from Providence, I had decided to stop by Gettysburg and visit the sites. As I was approaching the town of Gettysburg, my Dad called and […]