Travel Nursing Career
Know before you go. From pre-application information to nurse licensing to resume writing, we have the resources to answer your travel nursing career questions.
Become a prime applicant; our nursing career tips can give you the confidence to land the job.
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Make that time of year easier by coming prepared and educated! Find everything you need about licensing as a travel nurse.
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Registration is made simpler with a little bit of preparation. Start your nursing career on the right foot.
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Tax Webinar – Travel Nurse Contractor vs. Employee
Tax Webinar for Travel Nurses Employee vs Independent Contractor Are you considering or currently working as a Travel Nurse? Are you aware of the implications of being an independent contractor vs being an employee? Join Select Medical Connections' upcoming virtual...
Unprofessional travel nurse conduct – don’t make these mistakes
Travel nursing is exciting but also comes with considerable responsibility. We’ve put together 9 guidelines that you should follow to ensure you don’t tarnish your nursing career while on contract.
The Importance of Indigenous Culture Safety Training for Nurses
Cultural safety is crucial to healthcare. As nurses, we are responsible for fostering an environment where our patients feel safe and cared for, and the San’yas: Indigenous Cultural Safety Training Program aims to do just that.
Nurses on the Frontlines of Canada’s Opioid Crisis
Our work is far from over when it comes to addressing the Canadian opioid crisis, and nurses play a significant role that risk mitigation when addressing substance use disorders.
ER Nurse Certification: EPICC Sets a New Standard
A new standardized emergency nursing course for nurses throughout Canada is replacing previous certifications, offered in both official languages and based on the NENA Core Competency document.
Do you need to renew your Certificate for CPR?
Is your CPR certification up to date? Just like on a hospital ward where procedures are continually being updated, so do first aid and CPR techniques. Plus you need your certification to be current to work for Select Medical Connections. Check your certificate today...
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