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Aureus Medical Group, a nationwide leader in healthcare staffing, explains the importance of improving communication with bilingual RNs as a travel nursing professional

Omaha, NE, (January 31, 2014) - As with any career in healthcare, a travel nurse needs to make communication with colleagues, patients, and physicians a top priority. Travel nursing jobs leader, Aureus Medical Group, explains the importance of communicating as a travel professional.

When working to blend in on a new assignment, you may need to implement some tricks to promote successful interactions. It's likely that you will have the opportunity to interact with co-workers from a variety of backgrounds on various jobs. When working with bilingual medical professionals, make sure that you are prepared to overcome any obstacles that you are faced with in terms of communication.

The importance of communicating
There are a number of reasons it's important that you have successful communication skills on travel nursing jobs. Not only does this help to ensure that you are properly expressing medical procedures and treatment options to patients, it can also play a major role in preparing the next round for what to expect. The Royal College of Nursing explains that successful interaction between nursing personnel leads to quality record keeping and the identification of patient progress via evaluation. Facilities that are struggling with communication among staff members can seek a multitude of methods for improvement.

Improving staff collaboration in healthcare
Depending on the current set up of your travel nursing assignment, there are different ways to implement better communication practices. In many cases, the best course of action may be to start using rounds as a time that the staff interacts more. Discharge rounds and those conducted by clinicians and other team members are ideal opportunities to update all individuals who are working with a patient. Additionally, it's important that RNs keep charts up-to-date and accurate. This is especially easy in facilities that have started using computerized documentation. When tablets and other electronic devices are introduced to healthcare staffing professionals, it's important that standards or guidelines are put in place.

Read the full article for more on communication with bilingual staff members.

About Aureus Medical Group:

Aureus Medical Group is a national leader in healthcare staffing specializing in the successful placement of Nursing, Advanced Practice, Cardiopulmonary, Diagnostic Imaging, Medical Laboratory, Neurodiagnostics, Radiation Oncology, and Rehabilitation Therapy professionals, as well as Physicians, in hospitals and medical facilities nationwide.  With more than 30 years of experience, Aureus Medical offers a full range of staffing options, including national contract (travel), local contract, and direct hire.  Aureus Medical is the largest affiliate of Omaha-based C&A Industries, a leading provider of human capital management solutions for more than 45 years.