Our Misssion


Our Mission: To create a social community for nurses around the world in which to educate, inform and share.

The human brain craves information. Everyday it wants more and more. You can never give it enough information. It’s a bottomless information pit that is only temporarily silenced when it’s quest for knowledge is briefly satiety. And very quickly it just wants more. This is especially true for nurses.

A nurse’s brain craves a variety of information to fill every nook and cranny of their unique brain. A little humor here. A touch of whimsy there. A dash of compassion over here. And a ton of factual and relevant information to patient care.  Even though there are plenty of places that a nurse can go to get “information” on nursing issues, nursing education, and other topics, there aren’t enough. And there certainly aren’t enough that feature dynamic nurse writers who understand the very unique and heartfelt work that nurses do. That’s where  Nurse Journal comes in.

There is no question that the field of nursing is one of the most exciting, rewarding, and in demand professions in America today. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment for all registered nursing will grow by 26% in the next decade, which is faster than average when compared to other occupations. With all this new growth in nursing, there are more people interested in nursing than ever.

There is also no question that nurse crave community and information from trusted resources. Whether it be finding ways to cope with stress on the job, learning about a new technology in healthcare, or finding information about going back to nursing school, nurses understand each other better than anyone else. That’s why we feature their content so prominently.

If you are interested in becoming a nurse, this website – NurseJournal.org - is the perfect place to educate yourself about this dynamic health care field. At NurseJournal.org featured nurse writers provide  content you with a complete and comprehensive educational source for everything you need to know about both the career and education aspects of nursing. They can also help you to be confident and motivated in your existing nursing career while making strides to advance it.

Here are just a few of the topics Nurse Journal features:

  • Nursing Schools – campus and online programs, no GRE required, by state
  • Nursing Specialties – discover all the different nursing specialties that can earn you a more rewarding career and a higher paycheck
  • Nursing Degrees – bachelor’s master’s associates, nursing diploma, nursing practitioner, nurse anesthetist and more.
  • Licensing Requirements by State – every state has its own set of nurse licensing requirements. Learn all the details here for your state.
  • Stress Management
  • Technology in Healthcare
  • Nursing Issues
  • Holistic Medicine
  • Self Care

Also, our information-packed website has dozens of interesting informative articles about nursing education news and analysis:

  • How to Become a Licensed Practical Nurse
  • How to Become a Certified Nurse Practitioner
  • How to Become a Certified Nurse Anesthetist
  • 7 Masters in Nursing No GRE: Online Degree Guide

And, you also have plenty of interesting videos to choose from that will tell you all about an exciting career in nursing:

  • United Healthcare and Cal State Fullerton Initiative
  • Happy Nurses at The University of Portland School of Nursing
  • 3 Minute EKG Interpretation by Michael Linares

How is NurseJournal Financed?

NurseJournal.org is partly owned and powered by a collective community of nurses. The other power behind the site is by Class.ly. Class.ly is an organization owned by TrafficWorx, Inc. created to help fund higher education opportunities through student scholarships worldwide. We use a portion of revenue generated through our website to give back to future generations of nursing students. NurseJournal.org has forged sponsored school relationships with nursing schools around the country including Online for-profit and non-profit institutions. In addition to Google Adsense revenue, some schools featured on NurseJournal.org provide payments to us for people referred to their program(s).

Organization Contact Information

c/o NurseJournal.org
2033 San Elijo Ave, #431
Cardiff by the Sea, CA 92007