Online education company with one of the largest communities of nurses honors healthcare workers with giveaways, free content, nurse spotlights, and additional resources
Nurse.com, an industry-leading online education company providing resources and support to nurses worldwide for over 30 years, is celebrating nurses during this year’s National Nurses Week, May 6-12, 2023, with daily giveaways, nurse spotlights, free and exclusive content, and professional resources.
To show appreciation for nurses, Nurse.com will sponsor ongoing giveaways throughout the week, including 10 $100 gift cards to Home Chef and three $100 gift cards to Restore Hyper Wellness. To end the week, Nurse.com will give away one luxury vacation to the winning nurse’s choice of Bali, Iceland, Phuket, or the Maldives. Each giveaway will be run through Nurse.com’s website and promoted on the brand’s Facebook and Instagram accounts and Nurse.com app.
In addition to giveaways, Nurse.com offers free continuing education courses to help nurses further their career goals and expand their clinical knowledge. During National Nurses Week, nurses can also receive 25% off Unlimited CE courses by using discount code NNW2023 from May 6-12, 2023.
“Nurses play a critical role in delivering quality care to patients and now more than ever, they’re experiencing extreme levels of burnout and moral injury,” said Cara Lunsford, RN, VP of Community at Nurse.com, who also hosts the NurseDot Podcast. “At Nurse.com, we aim to serve as a support system for nurses, providing them with a community and countless resources to not only help them be better nurses, but also to prioritize their own mental health and wellbeing. We recognize and support nurses every single day.”
During this week and beyond, nurses are encouraged to leverage Nurse.com’s vast online network to connect with others within the profession, participate in group activities such as an in-app book club, and use the jobs board to advance their careers. Additional free resources include blog posts, the 2023 Nurse Stories Collection, and the 2022 Nurse Salary Research Report to help nurses stay up to date with the latest industry news and trends.
“National Nurses Week is a time to recognize dedicated nurses that sacrifice so much daily to provide the best care to patients. As a nurse, I sympathize with the tremendous amount of pressure nurses experience while dealing with life-or-death situations,” said Amy Loughren, RN, a trauma, ICU, and ER nurse known as the “Good Nurse” for her role in the arrest and prosecution of American serial killer Charles Cullen. “National Nurses Week not only highlights nurses’ hard work but reminds us that nurse appreciation and support need to be year-round. Industry leaders like Nurse.com are putting nurses first every day by providing them with countless resources, trainings, and community support to ensure that they are set up for long-term success and wellbeing to continue to serve patients.”
In January, Loughren was featured on an episode of the NurseDot Podcast by Nurse.com where she discussed her nurse experience and current issues facing the profession. For National Nurses Week, Lunsford will be sitting down with celebrities in the podcast’s mini-series “I’m Your Biggest Fan” to share their stories on how nurses have positively impacted their lives.
Nurse.com will also be highlighting dedicated nurses and their stories in a free e-book available on the website and will continue to celebrate nurses year-round to amplify their voices and support the profession.
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As the trusted career resource built by and for nurses, Nurse.com fosters one of the largest online communities of nurses, reaching nearly 3 million nurses per month. Nurse.com serves nurses with lifelong career support through accredited continuing education, job opportunities, and a thriving community that supports their passion and empowers them to flourish. Nurse.com is part of parent company Relias’ family of brands, including the Wound Care Education Institute, Relias Academy, FreeCME, and Relias Media, which share a common goal of improving the lives of the most vulnerable members of society and those who care for them.
Relias provides lifelong workforce enablement solutions for more than 11,000 healthcare and human services organizations and 4.5 million caregivers to drive measurable outcomes. Customers use Relias solutions to attract and retain talent, elevate care quality and reduce risk with our technology, services, community, and expertise. The Relias family of brands — Nurse.com, Wound Care Education Institute, Relias Academy, FreeCME, and Relias Media — serves the entire healthcare community and shares a common goal of improving the lives of the most vulnerable members of society and those who care for them.