Top 25 Social Sites for Nurses

Employees and students across the industry have discovered nursing social networking sites invaluable for learning, socializing and for job connections. Nurses find safety in numbers on these social sites where colleagues offer tips, advice and support. However, some sites are safer to use than others. The list of the top 25 social sites for nurses listed below include safe sites for professionals, including forums, student resources (including sororities) and organizations specifically designed for nurses.

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  1. AllNurses: This site has it all for nurses, including forums, articles, blogs and news. Enjoy blogs, articles and news by specialty and by region.
  2. Everyday Nurses: Everyday Nurses is a message board and a forum for all nurses. Simply register to participate.
  3. Healthcare Travelbook: This is the premier social and professional network for traveling healthcare professionals, including nurses, therapists, radiology technicians or other healthcare professionals.
  4. Nurse.com: This is the home of Nursing Spectrum and NurseWeek, a leading source of local and national nursing news, nursing jobs, nurse continuing education and a thriving nurse community.
  5. Nurse’s Cafe: This is a Facebook site that is open for discussions.
  6. Nurses + Page: NursesPage is an online community and networking site for nursing students, nurses and any healthcare professionals interested in nursing as a career path.
  7. Nurses Network: This site was designed to help nurses meet CE requirements, improve patient outcomes, and enable the sharing of best practices all while delivering hands-on, applied learning.
  8. Nurses Reconnected: Have you ever wondered about the people you trained with or worked with in the past? This social networking site can help you reconnect with those folks.
  9. Nursing Netw+rk: The Nursing Network is a social networking website designed to be used specifically by the nursing profession. Here you will be able to connect with like minded individuals from across the globe.
  10. NurseConnect is an online nursing community and networking site for nurses and other healthcare professionals interested in advancing their education, careers and personal lives by sharing experiences and knowledge with others.
  11. NursingLink: NursingLink brings nurses together to provide resources and services to advance careers and take advantage of everything a community site has to offer. News, education resources, job search, career networking, advice, and mentorship are just a few of those benefits.
  12. NursingVoices: Meet other nurses and share your nursing knowledge and questions with other nurses from around the world.
  13. Ultimate Nurse: Enjoy the forums, job postings, information and connections for travel nursing, further education and more from this site.

Unidentified Nursing StudentsStudent Networking

  1. Campus RN 2 RN: Join this network, where nursing students can interact with friends, other RNs and employers.
  2. Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc.: This is a professional association for registered professional nurses and student nurses (male and female) representing many cultures and diverse ethnic backgrounds.
  3. National Student Nurses Association: With a membership of approximately 56,000 nationwide, NSNA mentors the professional development of future registered nurses and facilitates their entrance into the profession.
  4. Nebraska State Student Nurses’ Association: This is one example of a statewide organization that can provide social networking, job opportunities and more.
  5. Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing: STTI is the only international nursing honor society worldwide, consisting of a global community of nurse leaders.
  6. Student Nurse Journey: This is a place for students to come together to share their knowledge, thoughts, ideas, stories, and most of all, to support one another as future nurses.

NurseNursing Organizations

  1. American Academy of Nursing: The Academy serves the public and the nursing profession by advancing health policy and practice through the generation, synthesis, and dissemination of nursing knowledge.
  2. ANA NurseSpace: This is an American Nurses Association members-only space for nurses, containing communities, discussions, contests and resources.
  3. National League for Nursing: Dedicated to excellence in nursing education, the National League for Nursing is the preferred membership organization for nurse faculty and leaders in nursing education.
  4. National Nurses United: National Nurses United, with close to 160,000 members in every state, is the largest union and professional association of registered nurses in U.S. history.
  5. The American Assembly for Men in Nursing: The purpose of AAMN is to provide a framework for nurses as a group to meet, discuss, and influence factors which affect men as nurses.
  6. The International Council of Nurses (ICN) is a federation of more than 130 national nurses associations (NNAs), representing the more than 13 million nurses worldwide.

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