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Wouldn’t it be great if there was a general travel nursing rulebook complete with dos and don’ts of the profession, as well as tricks to make it easier? Through the daily pressure to care for their patients, travel nurses often forget to practice self-care and find themselves as a nursing “horror story.”
With more advancements in Radiology and screening technology, there is a growing need for mammograms, especially in younger women. Studies have shown that breast cancers in younger women may grow longer before being found by a screening mammogram. Still, annual screening mammograms starting at age 40 are the best way to diagnose breast cancer early, when it's most treatable. Now, we need Radiology Techs to help bolster the workforce.
Healthcare burnout is like the poisoned apple of the healthcare industry. It seeps into your personal and professional life and leaves you feeling mentally, emotionally, and physically depleted. According to Healthline, burnout is a state of “mental and physical exhaustion that can zap the joy out of your career, friendships, and family interactions.”
It’s enough of a headache to find your ideal healthcare job in one of your bucket list destinations, so now imagine what it’s like to double that. While it may sound impossible to do, many people make it happen as healthcare traveler duos.
Rawsi Williams, U.S. Army Veteran, licensed attorney, and registered nurse (RN) with more than 20 years of healthcare experience said, “To do what nobody else will do, in a way that nobody else can do, in spite of all we go through, that is what it is to be a nurse.”
There’s a lot going on as a new traveler. From various licenses and certifications to continued education, you have your hands full. So, what if there was an online platform that made your life a little easier as a professional healthcare worker?