Nursing is a rewarding career that allows you to make a meaningful impact on others’ lives, but it also comes with considerable challenges. From meeting patient expectations to staying up-to-date on best practices, nurses face pressures few other professionals can understand. Fortunately, there are many resources available to help nurses meet the demands of their roles. Here are a few to consider.

Nursing Associations & Organizations


As the official website of the American Nurses Association, highlights industry news, upcoming events, and information about certifications to help current or prospective nurses grow their careers. It also has a resources page dedicated to information on scholarships, nursing journals, and research grants.

2. American Association of Critical Care Nurses

Caring for patients with acute illnesses and those in critical condition can be especially challenging. This website is dedicated exclusively to nurses in these roles, offering a blog, certification options, and unlimited continuing education hours for members.



AllNurses has been supporting nurses and nursing students since 1997. While it has a wealth of advice-style articles, it’s also a forum where users can pose questions to fellow community members. The site offers a search function where visitors can look for topics based off keywords, as well as sub-categories for specialties and students.

Credentialing & Continuing Education


For more than three decades, this website has offered health care news, resources to help nursing graduates find jobs, and continuing education materials with the overarching goal of improving patient care. Nurses can browse from more than 750 courses in various formats, including audio, text, and video. Certificates are also available upon completion of courses.

5. offers access to popular nursing journals with a paid membership, with a select number of articles available for free. Members can save favorite articles for convenient access later. There are also free clinical resources, such as nursing tips, pocket cards, and general guidelines for various health care sectors.


Offering a comprehensive collection of nursing programs, schools, and degrees across the U.S., helps aspiring nurses find the educational path that will best suit their career goals. It’s also a useful resource for current nurses looking to expand their knowledge base or accelerate their careers.


Each nurse must fulfill the continuing education (CE) requirements set forth by their state. This site gathers CE requirements for every state plus Washington, D.C., as well as courses to help nurses fulfill their requirements. While some courses are free, members can access a full suite of courses for a fee.



ScrubsMag is known for their social media presence, with hundreds of thousands of followers on Instagram and Facebook. The website features articles about trending topics in health care and general nursing news.

9. Off the Charts Blog

Published by the American Journal of Nursing, the Off the Charts blog gathers insights from the journal’s editors, practicing nurses, and policy leaders. Typical blogs include first-hand accounts from nurses as well as news and opinion pieces.


Owned and operated by Registered Nurse Brittney Wilson, this site has been examining nursing issues since 2010, while also offering lifestyle tips and discussing nursing products and services. The “Products for Nurses” category is especially useful for comparing on-the-job essentials such as supportive footwear and medical dictionaries.