Travelnursing.com: Jobs, Information and So Much More
As the authority in travel nursing, TravelNursing.com makes it easy for health care professionals to discover what working as a travel health care professional is all about. Whether you're looking into this line of work for the first time or have years of experience as a traveler, this site is filled with tools, resources, advice and information that will help you make the right decisions about your travel nursing career.
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TravelNursing.com is dedicated to providing the nation's 2.7 million nurses with news, advice, resources and information about the travel nursing lifestyle, as well as job information, personal traveler stories and the latest health care news.Travel Nurses, RNs, LPN/LVNs and NPs
TravelNursing.com invites you to contribute to our Web site. Share your nursing expertise and travel nursing experiences with nurses around the world. TravelNursing.com is updated throughout the week with new articles and information. Articles are timely, compelling and focused on travel nurses. We deal with topics important to today's practicing nurses and relevant to the travel nursing industry.
TravelNursing.com accepts articles from writers; however, we would prefer not to receive unsolicited articles or manuscripts. We request that you first query the editorial director, Carol Burke, with your idea for a story.
What to do if you have a story idea:
- Send your résumé and/or CV and any sample articles you may have written. Please see our contact information below.
- Please do not submit articles or queries you're sending elsewhere at the same time.
- Allow four weeks for a response.
- If you send your information via the U.S. mail, don't forget to include a return envelope and postage if you'd like your items returned.
Get to know the TravelNursing "voice." Browse the site. Read the News and Features section of our site to see the types of articles we publish.
Articles should be between 500-800 words. Remember that you're writing for the Web.
Accuracy is important. Please fact-check your articles and include your source names, titles and contact information for follow up. When attributing a comment to your source, make sure the quote is accurate and necessary.
The editor reserves the right to edit your article for style and content. TravelNursing.com retains all rights to material created for the site.
Do you own a copy of the Associated Press (AP) Stylebook and Libel Manual? It's a small investment but an important one. TravelNursing adheres to AP style. Check with your local bookstore or library for a copy.
Articles should be typed, double-spaced in 10 pt. or larger font, preferably Times New Roman. Include a brief biographical sketch about yourself at the end of the article.
Don't forget the visuals! Photographs are very important. Jpegs and gifs that can be e-mailed to us are preferred; however, prints will be accepted too. When you're writing your story, consider taking a photograph of the people you interview or the setting for the story. And don't forget to get their approval. Check with the editor for ideas and tips.
Poetry, cartoons, humorous articles and fiction are not usually accepted, except in rare instances.Ideas for stories
Think about your career. Why did you choose to travel? What unique experiences have you had while traveling? You're an expert in your profession and have a wealth of knowledge to share. Are you in an interesting specialty or position? Have you learned skills while working as a travel nurse that you've put to use in unique ways? Is there a colleague, supervisor or student nurse whom you'd like others to know about? Ask yourself: What could I share with other nurses about my travel nursing experience? Also, don't forget to explore the feature stories on the TravelNursing.com site. It's likely they will spark a few ideas for you.Payment
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