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March 2017

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Three Questions You Should be Asking Your Recruiter Before Accepting a Travel Position

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When you're considering travel allied health opportunities, it's important to ensure you are able to make an informed decision. Here are three questions you should ask your recruiter before accepting a travel position.

Heading out on a new assignment? Make sure you research the area and transportation methods BEFORE leaving

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You need transportation to work and to get around town on your days off. But don’t wait until you’re there to figure it out. Be proactive. Research the area and your options before you leave.

Understanding Travel Reimbursement: What You Need to Keep to Get Properly Compensated

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While assignments typically come with a generous reimbursement policy, it's up to you to ensure you get everything you're owed by having the necessary supporting information.

Is meditation before your next therapy session the best way to see quicker results?

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Can meditation really help patients at your therapy sessions? Yes. Thoughtful meditation can create inner depth and peacefulness and make therapy sessions more productive. But, how does it work?

The Pinnacle of Travel Imaging? Get Started on Your 13-Week Assignment in Kealakekua, HI

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Set yourself up for success and check out these tips for getting started pursuing a 13 week travel imaging assignment in Kealakekua, HI.

Get Me Started in Seattle! You have to see these places!

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Will your next assignment as a traveling physical therapist be in Seattle? The city has so many attractions that the must-see list is long. We’ll get you started with a review of five places and attractions you don’t want to miss.

Four Fears that Might (but Shouldn't!) Hold You Back from a Travel Assignment this Spring

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If you're interested in transitioning into a career as a travel healthcare professional, you may have some hesitation...but shouldn't!