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If you made it this far--thanks for visiting. My name is Joe. I'm allnurses.com's Information Architect. I'm the tech behind the scene. I'm in charge of everything that makes allnurses.com tick. Isn't she a beauty! I consider myself to be extremely fortunate, because I love what I do.

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  • Jun 30

    Nurses do not care for the patients in order to receive a thank you. We tirelessly provide the best possible care day after day, night after night without dwelling on our needs or thinking if our patients are grateful or not. But, when out of the blue a patient says, "Thank you", it can be the one thing that boosts our spirits and energizes us to persevere. So, let me say right now, from the bottom of my heart ... THANK YOU, NURSES!

  • Jun 17

    Good afternoon everyone. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, involves coming up with a great short caption to the above cartoon. You may submit as many captions as you wish. You have a few weeks to submit your entry.

    Caption Contest Rules

    To qualify for the $100 prize, your caption must be posted here on allnurses.com. We will select the Top 8 captions in a few weeks where you (the community) will choose the winner.

    Everyone is allowed to participate! Share on Facebook and tell your friends, family, and co-workers to join the fun!

  • Jun 15

    Before posting any topics we do ask that you abide to our Terms of Service. Any topic/post in violation of our Terms of Service will be removed. This is a waste of your time and ours.

    You are free to submit any topic you wish. But, we ask that you keep text/chat speak to a minimum. We make this request to ensure that your topic gets the attention that it deserves.

    What is a topic? A topic is a subject of discussion. It could be written to teach, to inform, or to entertainment. It's purpose is to start a conversation. Members have posted the following topics (but not limited to) on allnurses(all varied in length).

    1. Conversational
    2. Questions and Answers
    3. Articles
    4. Reviews
    5. Informational
    6. Photo Sharing
    7. Debates
    8. Venting (our members love to vent - it's a great stress reliever)

    How to Start a Topic...

    Topics can be started from any page on allnurses.com. To start a topic please click the
    button.

    The Topic Editor is straightforward but if you are still having problems please visit How To Submit An Article to see a "visual" breakdown of our editor.

    What is a Content Type?

    Articles, journals, reviews, cartoons, photos, comments, replies, threads, topics, etc are all CONTENT. Content absorbed by our readers. Content written by our members.

    We give authors a choice in how content is displayed via Content Type. Content Type is a label. It is used to filter content (for readers). It is also used to format / style content (for authors). This makes your content easy to find ... Easy to read.

    We offer the following Content Type:

    Thread (Default Content Type) - Most topics will fall under this type. If topic does not conform to our Article Rules then submit as Thread.

    Article - Articles include Reviews and Journals. When labeled as an "Article" your copy will be made available to readers separately in your profile page and on the main page. Writing articles will help you quickly build an online identity.

    Review - Reviews are articles about a product or service. A Review is written and shared so that you can learn from others' experiences about a product or service.

    Journal - Journals are articles that chronicles the life of the authors' nursing career journey. These personal articles are labeled as 'Journal'. A Journal article may include accomplishments, experiences, or day-to-day events. They are available so that you can learn from others' nursing career experiences, failures, and celebrations.

    NOTE: If you want to submit an Article the following applies:

    Articles are reviewed by staff before going public. Chat txt, 600 word limit, grammar, punctuation, are some of the reasons your content may not be approved as an article. We are not English teachers so we are not looking for perfection. But, we do want to make sure that our readers can follow it. That our readers will enjoy it.

    We also offer the following "AUTO" content types:

    The following labels are automatically added by the system or staff...
    1. Photo (when topic contains a photo)
    2. Album (when topic contains multiple photos)
    3. FAQ (aka Stickies; manually added by Staff if content deemed important)

    We added a new section to the Topic Editor called How To Increase Readership. This section offers additional options and tips that will help you label, identify, and filter topics. It's a great way to increase comments, Likes, and followers.

    Related Articles

    How To Start A Great Topic
    Why do you visit allnurses.com?
    How to write a successful article for allnurses.com

  • Jun 3

    Nurses do it ... They meet someone for the first time, shake their hand, and have to bite their tongue to keep from blurting out, "You have great veins". Most of our patient's veins go into hiding and we practically have to be an expert sharp (no pun intended) shooter to get in an IV. Are you an expert starting IVs? What do you do to find that elusive vein?

  • Jun 3

    Nurses do it ... They meet someone for the first time, shake their hand, and have to bite their tongue to keep from blurting out, "You have great veins". Most of our patient's veins go into hiding and we practically have to be an expert sharp (no pun intended) shooter to get in an IV. Are you an expert starting IVs? What do you do to find that elusive vein?

  • May 20

    And, of course the answer to that question is ... I can't tell you that. This is a joke that's floated around for years. But, HIPAA is very serious. Passed by Congress in 1996, The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is, in short, for the protection and confidential handling of protected health information. HIPAA is always lurking in the back of the minds of every Nurse: Does this violate HIPAA? I am being accused of violating HIPAA; will I be fired? Nurses everywhere receive education in their Nursing programs as well as from their healthcare employers. Are you HIPAA savvy?

  • May 20

    And, of course the answer to that question is ... I can't tell you that. This is a joke that's floated around for years. But, HIPAA is very serious. Passed by Congress in 1996, The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is, in short, for the protection and confidential handling of protected health information. HIPAA is always lurking in the back of the minds of every Nurse: Does this violate HIPAA? I am being accused of violating HIPAA; will I be fired? Nurses everywhere receive education in their Nursing programs as well as from their healthcare employers. Are you HIPAA savvy?

  • May 18

    Quote from traumaRUs
    An allnurses.com staffer decided to have some fun. Guess who it is?

    Who says you can't have fun at NTI?!

  • May 18

    Quote from traumaRUs
    An allnurses.com staffer decided to have some fun. Guess who it is?

    Who says you can't have fun at NTI?!

  • May 18

    One of our staffers getting the royal treatment...

  • May 13

    I agree with all of the above.

    In addition...

    Take ownership of what you create. It's YOU. You are the BRAND.

    Anonymous is NOT the way to go if you want to build a business. Yes, you can make money from blogging.

    Always stay positive - be professional in your writing. Never put anyone down. Never talk about specific individuals/entities.

    The goal is to inform - to educate.

  • May 10

    We stopped upgrading the app due to app provider changing its privacy policies / term of use over the past few months.

    In order to continue protecting our members, we decided to end our partnership. An official announcement will be made available soon.

    Closing this for now.

  • May 10

    I couldn't stop laughing. Thanks for sharing Davey Do!!!

    For those not aware, the quotes and faces on some of of these toons are actual members.

  • May 7

    the site is FREE ... you can post any nursing question about work, specialties, schools, resume, job, etc ... you can also share nursing articles written by you (Win Cash Reward $$$), share your own study guides, etc

    you can post off-topic questions in the Breakroom

  • May 7

    Quote from Davey Do
    That Nurse is really showing a lot of fortitude and devotion in running her group!
    I LOVE the creativity with these. You REALLY stand out. (great job)

    Anybody else? Join the fun!

    Be creative!


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