The Ultimate List of Nurse Blogs and Social Media Accounts to Follow

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The Ultimate List of Nurse Blogs and Social Media Accounts to Follow

The blogosphere is booming with passionate and entertaining nurse bloggers. I’ve seen a few lists that compile the best nurse blogs or the top nurses to follow on Twitter, Pinterest, and even Google plus. However, I’ve never seen a single location where you can find a comprehensive list of nursing blogs and their social media accounts. It goes without saying that nurses who blog are also active on social media so why not get everything together in one location?
I present to you The Ultimate List of Nurse Blogs and Social Media Accounts to Follow:

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The Ultimate List of Nurse Blogs and Social Media Accounts to Follow

 

I’ve had the pleasure of knowing most of the nurses included in this nurse blog list for many years now. They are inspiring and highly talented nurse writers. Many of them participate in the  Nurse Blog Carnival which helps to create and curate a monthly series of highly relevant and interesting blog posts.

Interested in Blogging?

Nurses are educators at heart and have so much information to share with the world. Blogging is a great way to share that knowledge.

Kati Kleber (FreshRN.com) got together and wrote The Nurse’s Guide to Blogging to help nurses get a jump start on blogging. On Health Media Academy you can also find courses and webinars to help you learn more about nurse blogging. We also do an annual Nurse Blogging 101 Seminar at the National Nurses in Business Association annual conference.

Connecting with a tribe essential to success. You can find many successful and helpful nurse bloggers in the  Nurse Blog and Digital Marketing Facebook group.

Get Listed!

Are you a nurse blogger? Would you like to be included in this list?

Complete the form. We’ll vet your blog and your accounts and if you make the cut we’ll add you to the list.

Don’t see your favorite blog listed? Tell us who you think should be added in the comments below.

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24 thoughts on “The Ultimate List of Nurse Blogs and Social Media Accounts to Follow”

  1. Thank you, Britney, for sharing this. This is a great source for nurse bloggers. Blogging is a big trend today, this will inspire and encourage many medical bloggers to do more of their passion for writing.

  2. Brittney, great list! Everytime I google or Pinterest search nurse blog, yours is nearly always at the top of the list! I recently started a nursing education blog, and let me just say that you have set the bar pretty high. Lisa

    1. Thank you, Lisa.
      We’ve worked really hard to help nurses feel more confident to start their own blogs. Nurses have so much knowledge to share with the world and blogs are one fo the best ways to do it.
      Kati Kleber (FreshRN.com) got together and wrote The Nurse’s Guide to Blogging to help nurses get a jump start on blogging. If you don’t already have a copy, I think you’d really like it. Also, we have a Nurse Blog and Digital Marketing Facebook group that we’d love to have you in?

  3. I am seriously considering starting a new nurse/lifestyle/wellness blog but am afraid of the risks. It is so easy to look up a nurse, find out where they work, report them to BON on bogus charges, etc. How do these nurse bloggers protect their license and identity!? I’m seriously considering using a pseudo name for this reason alone.

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  6. Brittney, thanks for all your social media efforts supporting all the nurse bloggers on here. The Balanced Nurse is happy to be recognized with so many incredible nursing blogs on this list.

  7. Nice to see collared resources, thanks. There are a couple essential blogs missing –
    Foaned.blogspot.ca (Foaned Reviews)
    The Nursepath from Ian Miller
    Injectable Orange from Jesse Spur

    Also if podcasts and their show notes get the nod there is mine ernursepro, plus nurseEM and critical care practitioner.
    Thanks for checking this stuff out.
    Best, Brian
    @ernursepro

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  10. Brittney,
    I’m really grateful for your time, effort and direction to promote the nursing profession. Your work as a nurse and social media expert contributes to our profession’s cohesiveness and collaborative partnership with one another. I’m honored to have the opportunity to be included with such fabulous nursing content creators. Many thanks for having this superb resource available for nurses to continue networking and discovering other nursing content creators. Ultimately, the medical and health information obtained produces improved patient outcomes, and for that I thank you!

  11. bethboynton80539889

    Thanks for including “Confident Voices in Healthcare” Blog in this wonderful Ultimate List! I remember our phone conversation of over 3 years ago now and how helpful you were in my transition from newsletter to blogging. I also have the pleasure of knowing and working with many of these Nurse Bloggers in cyberspace and feel a growing sense of collaboration among us. It is very exciting to me to be part of a nursing ‘force’ that is promoting our profession with respect and positive light. Not only to we have resources and opportunities to share with other nurses, but we are also role-modeling a spirit of teamwork and appreciation for diversity. We are all leaders and followers! I love it and am grateful for your leadership.

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