Nurse.org impacts the lives of nurses and nursing students by publishing thought-provoking content and launching culture-changing initiatives.
Our Editorial Process
At nurse.org, we believe that no one knows nurses better than, well, nurses. That's why we rely on registered nurses and other experienced healthcare professionals to write our content whenever possible. We strive to be the go-to source for nursing news, trending topics, and educational resources. That means that you can trust us to have reliable, up-to-date information that's continuously reviewed to ensure it’s as relevant and accurate as possible.
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How is Nurse.org Funded?
Nurse.org generates revenue by advertising education programs and other products that are useful to our audience. We may receive compensation when site visitors use our educational program search tool or interact with advertisements located throughout the site.
Because we value transparency, wherever possible, we clearly mark advertisements as sponsored schools to differentiate them from our unbiased editorial content. Nurse.org remains free for everyone because some visitors choose to request information about a school or degree. Those who connect with a school or other sponsored partner on the site can feel good about it: they are helping Nurse.org continue its mission to positively impact the lives of nurses and nursing students through helpful content and a supportive community.