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Saturday, December 1, 2007

Highway Hypodermics: Travel Nursing Explained

Title: Highway Hypodermics: Travel Nursing 2007
Author: Epstein LaRue, Rn, Bs
Paperback: 372 pages
Publisher: Star Publish
Publised Date: January 1, 2007
ISBN-10: 1932993657
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So you think you might want to become a travel nurse, but you don't know the first thing about how to do it?

Epstein La Rue RN, BS, Travel Nurse will take you through all of the necessary steps in her latest book. Highway Hypodermics Travel Nursing 2007 explains it all in an easy to read fashion.

This book takes you inside travel nursing from many different vantage points and gives you the pros and cons of travel nursing, including how to home school your child while you travel. It is a terrific resource for all travel nurses.

Highway Hypodermics Travel Nursing 2007 is a terrific resource for anyone considering travel nursing. Ms. LaRue even takes you inside the travel agency to explain the roles of the admin. staff.

Most of the top travel nursing agencies are critiqued quite honestly and fairly, and the perks and the pitfalls of travel nursing explained with finesse and a great sense of humor.

A multitude of travel nurses share their stories and experiences as well. This book covers it all from A to Z. It is a MUST read for anyone thinking about becoming a travel nurse.

Reviewed by Kathy Quan RN, BSN, PHN, author of THE EVERYTHING NEW NURSE BOOK and THE EVERYTHING GUIDE TO CAREERS IN HEALTH CARE, both published through Adams Media. She is also the author of articles published in About Nursing and is the guide for About Nursing, a New York Times Company. Used by permission.

1 comment:

The Nursing Site said...

Thanks so much for the plug, but no longer exists, so I have my own site now where this article will be moved as well as all of my other content from that siye.
This is a great book about Travel Nursing!!!
- Kathy Quan RN BSN