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Nursing Blogs You Need to Bookmark - Elevate your Nursing Career

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Nursing Blogs You Need to Bookmark - Elevate your Nursing Career

The internet has opened new opportunities for nurses to connect, share knowledge, and advance their careers. Nursing blogs have become a valuable resource for students, new nurses, and experienced professionals. These online journals and communities allow nurses to learn from peers, stay up to date on developments in the field, and get advice tailored to their specialty or career stage.

We highlight some of the top nursing blogs that are worth following. For nursing students, blogs like Straight A Nursing Student provide study aids, lecture notes, and tips to help prepare for exams or clinicals. Specialty sites like the Correctional Nursing blog offer a window into lesser-known branches of nursing. Meanwhile, nurses focused on business and professional growth can look to blogs like Innovative Nurse for career tips.


  • NRSNG, run by Jon Haws, RN, BSN, CCRN, offers podcasts, nursing practice questions, and more to help you get through nursing school and pass the NCLEX.

  • Straight a Nursing Student by Maureen Osuna, an experienced ICU RN, offers resources such as study aids, lecture notes, and other information to help you succeed in nursing school.


  • AJN Off the Charts is the blog of the American Journal of Nursing. Posts cover "important research findings, policy controversies, clinical practices and challenges, public health news, nursing career issues, personal stories told by both nurses and patients, ethical issues in health care, and much more."

  • Lippincott NursingCenter bills itself as the “premier online destination for peer-reviewed nursing journals and continuing education resources based on the best evidence available.” The site has a blog that supports that mission.

  • Get more on evidence-based practice at the Evidence-Based Nursing blog from the BMJ Publishing Group.

  • The Nerdy Nurse with Brittney Wilson, BSN, RN, aims to “help others gain confidence in the digital world.” Topics range from stethoscope accessories to diversity in nursing.

  • The Nursing Show with Jamie Davis, RN, EMT-P, BA, AS, has weekly podcasts and lots of posts, including a "Student Nurse Tips" section designed to provide up-to-date nursing news and tips for all nurses.


  • Digital Doorway offers career advice from Nurse Keith, a Board-Certified Nurse Coach (NC-BC).

  • For nurses interested in business and entrepreneurship, Innovative Nurse by Kevin Ross, RN, BSN, calls itself "the leading resource for ultra-savvy nurses."

  • Diversity Nursing Blog covers a wide range of nursing topics to help both new and experienced nurses find jobs and develop their careers.

  • Nurse Power! from Donna Cardillo, RN, CSP (Certified Speaking Professional), looks at "harnessing the power, the passion, and the pride of nursing."

  • NurseCode.com by Nurse Beth gives advice on resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and much more.

  • RTConnections from Renee Thompson, DNP, RN, CMSRN, focuses on professional development and helps nurses communicate their values.


Exploring nursing blogs can introduce you to diverse viewpoints and information. Use these blogs to aid you on your journey to becoming a nurse and making the most of that career.


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