Hey all you travelers! I'm 41, have two years experience in med/surg/telemetry/cardiopulmonary stepdown and am thinking about traveling soon. The main reason is money, and I like the idea of moving around to different positions. Just wanted to check out a couple of things, though.I am ACLS certified, but have been lucky enough not to have anyone code on me. I have had to call the "STAT" team at our hospital-which is a near-code where the person usually ends up in the ICU to help prevent a full-blown code, I've had people who were clearly dying and I was expecting to have to call the STAT team any moment now, but go by with calling the resident and they came down to check things out instead. So I have taken care of really critical patients, done suctioning, trachs (don't really WANT to do them, but I've done them), also solid-organ transplants on another floor where we were dealing with rejection issues and recently transplanted patients. I have been "IN" a code, where I pretty much only wrote down what was happening and fetched things when they were needed (we have a LOT of advanced staff on our floor, so by the time I get to the CODE, everyone who loves that sort of adrenaline rush is already doing what needs to be done). Is it a problem with travel nursing that I have not actually had much CODE experience? The idea that I will be expected to know everything in travel nursing and hit the ground running really bothers me, because I DON'T know everything. I've done a lot, but there are many things I have not done or that I need some brush-up work on because I've forgotten some training. If I do start travel nursing, I want it to be a good experience and not filled with anxiety because I feel like the idiot in the group everywhere I go. What advice can you all give me??? Thanks!