Month: June 2019

HEALTH INSURANCE BENEFITS FOR TRAVEL HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS

HEALTH INSURANCE BENEFITS FOR TRAVEL HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS  Healthcare professionals are one of the few who understand the necessity for health insurance benefits. While as a staff healthcare professional’s insurance benefits are dependent on the facility, health insurance benefits for travel healthcare professionals varies from agency and private insurance. TRAVEL HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL INSURANCE There are many …

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How to Succeed as a Travel Healthcare Professional

How to Succeed as a Travel Healthcare Professional Traveling healthcare can be difficult. Yes, we have all been there. You wake up in the morning, wash your face, grab your coffee, and run out the door hoping for a “good day.” You walk into your unit, get your assignment, assess/medicate your patients, and continue to …

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Hitting the Road Together: Travel Healthcare with your Significant Other

Hitting the Road Together: Travel Healthcare with your Significant Other   I am a travel nurse and my husband is not. However, we love the travel lifestyle. More and more families are joining the travel nurse adventure together due to the fun and exciting opportunities. However, there are some advantages and disadvantages to the travel …

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Understanding Cellular Functions for Healthcare Professionals

Cellular biology is an important subject throughout healthcare and nursing. There is so much information to cover when it comes to biology of cellular functions and can seem tedious when taking your pre-healthcare requisites in college. However, it’s important to understand how cell function so we can understand how different medications and diseases effect body …

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Understanding Cell Structures for Healthcare Professionals

Eukaryotic cells consist of three components: an outer membrane called the plasma membrane, a fluid filling called the cytoplasm, and the intracellular “organs” called the organelles. These organelles are membrane bound and include the nucleus of the cell. Nucleus (largest membrane bound organelle) Location: Surrounded by the cytoplasm and generally is located in the center …

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