Travel Nurses Think Pink During October, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
In October, pink—a color strongly associated with nationwide breast cancer awareness campaigns—is as prominent as the brilliant colors of fall. It’s October and National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a time when tens of thousands of sisters, mothers, aunts, friends and registered nurses included among the fray, either participate in local fundraising events or raise awareness by simply donating in the race to find a cure.
All compassionate people, which include R.N.s, doctors, therapists and travel nurses have a unique opportunity this month to help create more birthdays. Getting started is as easy as clicking a link to find a breast cancer awareness event near you, or spending some time on the National Breast Cancer Awareness site to connect with the most recognizable organizations in this fight.
We’re proud of our participation in breast cancer awareness events over the years, in efforts that include corporate staff making strides, or blogging about RNs’ revolutionizing work in preventing breast cancer patient hair loss during chemotherapy. We encourage our registered nurses to use their clinical training in helping to disseminate knowledge on the early detection of breast cancer, as well as tips on living a healthier lifestyle.
RNs Make Strides on the Right Nursing Career Path
American Traveler is your direct link to landing a permanent or travel nurse job in one of the nation’s best hospitals; 80% of our affiliates top the list in U.S. News & World Report, featuring the most prestigious teaching and rehabilitation hospitals where groundbreaking treatments for different cancers are on an uptick with survival rates moving in the same positive direction. If you’re an R.N. trained in oncology jobs or advanced practice nursing jobs in Med/Surg, be sure to look for your perfect career fit here!
American Traveler Helps You Make a Difference
Call 1-800-884-8788 or apply online today for a chance to improve the lives of the patients who need you! Great benefits, free private housing, bonuses and travel reimbursements await you in both permanent and travel nurse jobs that span all 50 U.S. States! Remember, you don’t have to be an oncology nurse to make a positive difference in the lives of breast cancer patients and survivors—every nurse who spreads awareness gets us that much closer to a cure.
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