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Deciding to become a travel nurse or therapist isn’t always easy. There are many things to consider, like the fact that you will be leaving your home and family and friends for an extended period. Not to mention all the necessary licenses and proper documentation you will need to gather.

Even when you’re in the middle of your traveler journey, there is still a matter of deciding where to go next, for how long, and how to best approach your new position. Fortunately, Ventura MedStaff has compiled a list of helpful articles and resources for you to learn from. Ranging from basic questions such as ‘what is a travel nurse’ to more elaborate ones about the nursing compact states and everything in between.

Our people are our biggest asset, and we will never forget that. Strengthening them with knowledge only strengthens us as a whole.


July 20, 2022

Top things to do in-between travel assignments

One of the biggest perks of becoming a traveler is being able to control your schedule and the flexibility that comes with deciding when and how long you work. It’s...

Brittany Snow


July 13, 2022

Mental Health Tips for Travel Nurses

Medical professionals are often under a lot of stress. Not only do you have a very important and responsible job, but there are also often long hours and difficult situations...

Emma Smith


June 30, 2022

The Difference between a Domestic and International Travel Nurse

A lot of nurses in the US are looking to settle down at a facility close to their own homes and work a steady job with a steady salary and...



June 29, 2022

Why you should consider becoming a healthcare traveler this summer

Once summer hits, it’s hard not to spend your days dreaming of vacation and warm, sandy beaches or hiking mountains galore. Even though your heart dreams of summer vacation, your...

Brittany Snow


June 23, 2022

Are Male Nurses Choosing Travel Nurse Careers, Too?

For a long time, the idea of a nurse has been of a woman. Fortunately, this has been slowly changing, as men have started going into the industry and finding...

Elijah Carter


May 31, 2022

How to Stay in Touch with Your Loved Ones as a Traveling Medical Professional

Becoming a traveling medical professional can be an amazing opportunity, both in a professional and a personal capacity. On the one hand, you can earn a lot of money by...

Emma Smith


May 24, 2022

Common Misconceptions about being a Traveling Medical Professional

In the past few years, being a traveling medical professional has been a very profitable and fascinating career choice. Not only can you earn more money as a traveler, but...

Elijah Carter


May 23, 2022

How To Avoid Burnout As A Traveling Healthcare Worker

It’s no secret that healthcare workers have some of the most necessary, but difficult, jobs. Especially with the world going through a pandemic the last two years. We are very...

Brittany Snow

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April 30, 2022

Continuing Education In Travel Nursing

In the last couple of years, we have been witnessing the expansion of digitalization in the medical field, as a consequence of an attempt to minimize social contacts. We have...

Elijah Carter


April 27, 2022

Celebrating Occupational Therapists

April is Occupational Therapy Month, and while the month may be coming to a close, occupational therapists deserve to be celebrated all year round! Occupational therapists help people regain their...

Brittany Snow


April 20, 2022

Traveling Medical Professionals Aren’t Just Nurses: Meet Traveling Physical Therapists

When you think of who fulfills short-term medical postings, chances are you think of nurses. After all, the demand for nurses out-bids the supply in just about every part of...

Emma Smith


March 28, 2022

Hospitals Are Relying on Travel Nurses More Since COVID Started

Do you know how many nurses there are in the USA? Some estimates put the number at around 5 million. However, the sad part is that this is not enough. Hospitals...