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  Home Page - From here you can get some basic information on travel nursing opportunities and either apply or request more information.


  Travel Nursing Jobs - This page will give you a list of top travel nursing agencies with links to their contact information.


  Apply for Travel Nursing Job - This short form will give the travel nurse an opportunity to apply to several traveling nursing agencies with only one form.


  Articles for the travel nurse - An archive of articles on nursing, nursing jobs and articles of interest to the nursing professional.


  State Nursing Boards directory - Links to state nursing boards of all 50 states, continuing education requirements, nursing license fees and more.


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  Travel Nursing forums - A free form forum for travel nurse information and issues.


  Travel Nurse blog - Conrad's perusings on nursing jobs and travel nursing issues.


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Questions on travel nursing
Q:
Can you travel with your family?

A:
Ann, thanks for your question. Yes, you can. Many nurses of all ages travel with their families. If you have children, and they are school age, it can get a little cumbersome. One solution to that is to commit to yourself that you are going to extend your assignment once or twice. (They are normally 13 weeks long). Many two nurse families travel. Sometimes one spouse is retired. Sometimes the other spouse simply works in an area which lends itself to finding work easily in a new city.
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