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Author - Kari Redfield
Kari Redfield is a professional content marketing writer. She also is a novelist and writes for newsstand magazines and has had work appear in publications such as Arizona Highways, Sedona Magazine, and American Fitness. And like the travel nurses profiled in these stories, she loves the flexibility and new experiences that her unique job provides, and loves to travel. She has been known to spend weeks in the U.S. West in her Aliner, checking out classic trad rock climbs, epic mountain bike rides, and other adventures while writing from the road.
Travel nurse Britt Watson shares the story of her medical mission to Zambia: unforgettable bonds with patients, the opportunity to serve those in need — and...
Looking for outdoor adventure, and a state with a low cost of living and high quality of life? Check out travel nursing in Vermont.
Just what are the benefits of being an ICU travel nurse? Making friends and higher pay are just two of the reasons nurses are becoming travelers.
In addition to famous, mouth-watering peaches, Georgia has a lot to offer nurses interested in taking a travel nursing assignment there.
Want more sun? Then give Central Florida a try. It’s the perfect place for travel nurses who love adventure, traveling, and theme parks.