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Direct Observation (DOU) Travel Nurse Jobs

Direct Observation travel jobs provide rewarding opportunities for both nursing and allied health professionals to closely monitor patients at risk of suicide or self-harm due to mental health issues, substance abuse, or a history of violence. These jobs can be found in various healthcare settings, including hospitals, nursing homes, mental health facilities, and substance abuse treatment centers across the country. As a Direct Observation healthcare professional, you will collaborate with psychiatrists, communicate with families, and provide continuous surveillance in person or using cameras to ensure patient safety. Explore our Direct Observation travel jobs today and make a positive impact on the lives of patients in crisis.

Direct Observation Travel Job Responsibilities

Direct Observation healthcare professionals, including nurses and allied health professionals, play a crucial role in supporting the emotional and psychological well-being of patients in crisis. They are highly sought after in healthcare facilities that serve at-risk individuals. Direct Observation job responsibilities require a combination of technical medical knowledge, a compassionate bedside manner, and experience working with patients facing critical situations. Whether you have experience in mental health, substance abuse, or other related fields, Direct Observation travel jobs offer an opportunity to utilize your skills and make a difference.