Nothing beats the advice that a travel nursing book can provide. They offer a comprehensive view of the industry that can help you navigate your way through a travel nursing career.
A book full of advice for travel nurses from David Morrison RN, a travel nurse with 14 years experience traveling.
Published in 2002 (updated in 2010), this book written by Shalon Weddington RN offers insight into the world of travel nursing.
Author Kyle Schmidt offers refreshingly transparent advice on competing agencies and how you can compare compensation packages and find the best situation for yourself.
This book is written by Katherine Frederick RN and was published in 2008. It features tips and clues to guide you through your travel nursing career, including tips on housing, childcare, contracts and even the immigration process for international nurses.
This book was published in 2009 and was written by Michele Angell Landrum. It contains easy to use checklists, study guides and questions for you to ask to make sure you get the best treatment from your travel nursing company
This 2009 book was written by Barry Padgett and Donna Padgettwho have traveled for eight years. It provides tools to help you evaluate if travel nursing is for you.
Epstein LaRue is veteran of the travel nursing industry. Her book covers the basics of the industry, providing a ton of information for travelers. Her latest edition was released in 2012.
We are always updating this page so if there are any other travel nursing books that would be a benefit to other travel nurses please let us know and we will try to get them added.