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August 23, 2002

The Travel Nurse Weekly Volume 1 Number 11 - August 23, 2002

Table of Contents

From the Editor

Featured Travel Assignments

On The Lighter Side

Referral Program

Forward To A Friend

Subscription Information

1. From the Editor

Welcome to your weekly newsletter.

Remember, everyone is welcome to submit news and features for
your newsletter. The deadline for contributions is Monday of each
week, but you can submit them any time during the week. Please
Email all comments and suggestions about this newsletter to
newsletter@ayatravelnursingjobs.com or call us Toll Free at 1-866-687-7390.

2. Featured Travel Assignments

Access Nurses now has thousands of positions available throughout

the United States. Here we provide a weekly list of our featured travel

assignments that are in high demand. If you would like to travel with

us to one of these locations or elsewhere, please call us Toll Free at

1-866-687-7390 or visit our website: http://www.ayatravelnursingjobs.com.

Specialty: ER

Position: Registered Nurse

Shift: Evenings & Nights

Start Date: 9/1/02

Rate: $33.00/hr

Location: Mammoth Lakes, CA

Specialty: OR

Position: Registered Nurse

Shift: Noon to Midnight or 3PM-3AM

Start Date: ASAP

Rate: $28.00/hr

Location: Santa Ana, CA

Specialty: ICU

Position: Registered Nurse

Shift: Night/Day

Start Date: 8/22/02

Rate: $24.00/hr with $2,000.00 completion bonus

Location: Austin, TX

Specialty: ER

Position: Registered Nurse

Shift: Nights

Start Date: 8/20/02

Rate: $21.00/hr

Location: Washington D.C.

Specialty: Med-Surg

Position: Registered Nurse

Shift: Nights

Start Date: ASAP

Rate: $23.00/hr

Location: Phoenix, CA


Murphy’s Law As Seen By Nurses - Part 2

- It's your first night shift in three years, and it's a full moon.

- In a critical situation, the most highly qualified clinician will offer the
most advice and the least support.

- The absurdity of the suggestion is directly proportional to the distance
from the bedside.

- As soon as you finish a thirty minute dressing the doctor will come in,
and take a look at the wound.

- The doctor with the worst handwriting and most original use of the
English Language will be responsible for your most critical patient.

- The correct depth of compression in adult CPR is a bit less than the
depth you just reached when you broke those ribs.


EARN $5,000.00!

Each time you refer a new travel nurse to Access Nurses we will pay you $250.00 when they complete their first assignment. If you reach ten referrals you will receive an additional $2,500.00 bonus! That’s a total of $5,000.00 for referring ten friends who complete an assignment with Access Nurses.


If you know travel nurse friends who would benefit from this newsletter, please forward it to them. We are always looking for great new members!


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We hope you enjoyed this week’s Travel Nurse Weekly!

Thank you,

The Access Nurses Team

Copyright © 2002 Access Nurses. Permission to duplicate and redistribute in any form is granted as long as this copyright and this notice remain intact. Call us Toll Free at 1-866-687-7390 or visit our website at http://www.ayatravelnursingjobs.com.

Posted by Robert at August 23, 2002 02:47 AM