A majority of us know that a good number of states have been enforcing the concurrency problem. Is it possible for an RN to become a travel nurse with the concurrency problem? I mean a requirement is to have at least a minimum of 2 years of experience, and an RN license. If a nurse wanted to become a traveling nurse does the nurse have to endorse their license to the state they are assigned to travel? What if the state evaluates their credentials and see their clinical cases are not completed with the theory. Do states even evaluate the credentials of an RN to become an international nurse?
Well if anyone can give an answer it'd be great.