As you explore working locum tenens, learn about the industry and how other physicians have made it work for them.
Author - Lisa Daggett
Lisa Daggett is well-versed on the topic of locum tenens staffing and was a regular contributor to LocumLife, Healthcare Traveler, and Travel Nurse magazines. She served as associate editor of RN Magazine and as an editorial assistant for Business & Health.
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