NurseJournal.org is a social community website exclusively for nurses and healthcare professionals with the mission to provide comprehensive educational resources for those interested in entry-level or advanced practice nursing careers.
NurseJournal.org is a comprehensive online resource for current and future nursing students, as well as recent graduates seeking licensure and full-time employment. Our free, data-driven guides and program rankings spotlight the top undergraduate and graduate nursing programs in the country.
Other resources address courses and concentration options, tuition costs, and financial aid opportunities for students at all levels. We also offer in-depth profiles for registered nurses, advanced practice nurses, and other popular nursing careers.
Our site is fully committed to editorial integrity and transparency. We understand the importance of accurate, unbiased content for prospective nurses, and we strive to assist nursing students and job-seeking graduates during every step of their educational journey. NurseJournal.org holds its editors, writers, and fact-finders to the highest standards of journalistic excellence and balanced presentation of facts.
Please note this is not a medical website. If you have questions for a licensed nurse or physician, or you are experiencing a medical emergency, please contact your doctor or call 9-1-1.
How We Make Money
NurseJournal.org provides students with information about degrees and schools, and it helps match them with different programs based on their needs and preferences. Our site generates revenue through advertisements for degrees and programs from certain schools. These institutions may pay us for student referrals whenever a site visitor uses the program search tool or interacts with advertisements located throughout the site.
We understand the importance of differentiating between advertisements and unbiased editorial content. To minimize confusion for our readers, all advertisements are clearly labeled as such. Every guide and ranking on the site is free to access. Furthermore, we use a comprehensive ranking methodology to evaluate each college and university. Doing so ensures our advertising relationships never influence our editorial content.
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NurseJournal.org first launched in 2013.
Our team at NurseJournal.org is dedicated to providing helpful and accurate resources to our readers. In order to accomplish this, each and every piece of content on our site undergoes a rigorous research and review process. Furthermore, our work has been cited by leaders in the nursing and education fields, including the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses, American Psychiatric Nurses Association, and Washington State University.
No, we publish resources for nurses of all levels, including prospective nurses and students. For those interested in the field, our guides to entry-level nursing, becoming an RN, nursing careers, and scholarship opportunities are great places to start.
NurseJournal.org does not offer nursing degrees; it only gathers information about schools that do.
Though we do not allow schools to choose their place on our lists, we do partner with some schools. These partners are denoted as "featured" or "sponsored" when they appear on our site in exchange for compensation.
Our content is written by a team of dedicated writers. Some of our articles are also reviewed by professional nurses.
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