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Travel Nursing – How to get Your California RN License by Endorsement

California is a great place for travel nurses to be licensed. The state’s population is over 37 million and accounts for more than 10% of the nation’s total population. A large population means more hospitals and more potential travel nursing jobs. In addition, California has something for everyone. It’s got some of the greatest cities in the world, a swath of rural communities and quaint small towns, beaches, mountains, and even desserts. So, as a Registered Nurse, how do you obtain your California RN license by endorsement?

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What You Should Know about Testing for Travel Nursing Jobs

Typically, the first week of a travel nursing job is spent in orientation. This typically consists of completing paperwork, learning hospital policies and procedures, getting acclimated to the hospital and unit, and taking tests. Everything is easy enough with the exception of the tests. The tests can sometimes get travel nurses in trouble. This is why it’s highly recommended that you ask about the hospital’s testing policies during the interview. You see, some hospitals administer tests and offer remediation which allows the tests to be retaken. Other hospitals cancel the assignment if you fail. Read more

Travel Nursing Documentation : Compliance and Credentialing

Travel Nursing Documentation

As soon as a travel nurse accepts a travel nursing job offer, the travel nursing company will initiate the credentialing and compliance process if they haven’t already. Credentialing and compliance is one of the biggest burdens that companies and their travelers have to contend with. In this blog post, we’ll provide some background and offer some recommendations to ensure your documentation is acceptable. Read more

Managing Your Compliance Documents as a Travel Nurse

Travel nursing documentation is one of the biggest burdens that travel nurses have to contend with when landing a new travel nursing job. When I first started as a recruiter in 2006, it was standard to provide the facility with nothing more than copies of the nurse’s licenses, certifications, basic medical records, and a unit test. Now, every facility seems to have its own packet of facility specific documentation, testing, and orientation information that must be completed prior to starting a assignment. Read more