Nursing blogs, what do they offer? Nurses continually search for information from many sources to include blog sites. One reason may be the requirement to maintain a license to practice which requires continuing education units (CEU’s).

Another could be they are a source of current trends in nursing politics, healthcare changes, current fashion trends, and other topics of interest? Generally, they are quick easy reads.

Finally, blog sites are a great way to get information on the subjects of interest to you because they are generally short 500 to 1000 words. Most offer links to sites with more information on a topic.

Nurse entrepreneurs create blogs, as well as nursing agencies, healthcare companies, and others. Travel nurse agencies often have nurses submit information on their travels that may be of interest to future travelers.

Our Goal at Wandering Nurses

Our goal for this blog site is to support nurses who travel or are considering traveling. We love that nurses like to share their experiences and what they have learned. Our intent is to highlight issues that matter to travel nurses.

We are proud that our site has been recognized and added to the Top Nurse Blogs 2019 site. This is a place where you can find all things nursing. Breaking the list into categories helps you find the blogs that meet your needs. You will find links to Facebook and Twitter to encourage you to interact with the authors,

As we end one year and begin the new one we hope to continue to provide information that is useful and interesting. We are always open to suggestions and ideas from our followers. Check us out on Facebook and Instagram and let us know what you think.

We look forward to the New Year and all that it may bring. Stay safe during your holiday travels.

Award for Blogs 2019

Cheryl Roby, RN

Cheryl J. Roby is a Registered Nurse and retired US Army Reserve Nurse Major. She has more than 30 years of nursing experience and 26 years of military experience in the Army Nurse Corp. During her nursing career, she has traveled as part of her military experience visiting many of the 50 states and to South Korea. She was trained as an Army Medic during the Vietnam era and later as an OR tec. She went on to become a Licensed Practical Nurse and then completed her nursing training as a Registered Nurse. She was then commissioned as an officer in the Army Reserves. She appreciated the challenge of working in various specialties and expanding her clinical and professional skill sets. Her time in the Army Reserves and California National Guard gave her the opportunity to travel to most of the 50 states and work in other medical facilities. During her career, she had the opportunity to work in several specialties to include, OR, Occupational Health, Hospice, Sexual Assault Team, Forensic/ Correctional Nurse, Nurse Case Manager for developmental disabilities, Parish Nursing as well as a Nurse Entrepreneur.
Nursing Blogs: What Do They Offer?


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