Please submit sites with specimen care plans or advice and help on planning individualized care.Care plans are part of the nursing process, and are related to the nursing diagnosis. They communicate goals, interventions, and evaluation methods.
Sites related to nursing homes will be listed in the appropriate Regional category for which they are physically located. Submitting a nursing home site here may result in a delay in being listed in the directory.
World is for sites in languages other than English.
Business is for businesses which provide products or services to the healthcare industry.
Shopping is for online sales sites for the consumer.
This category is for sites in the English language (or with an English language version). Please submit sites in other languages to the appropriate World category.There is currently no description created for this category.
Sites accepted to the main Internet category require a range of resources, such as news, resources, links and forums.Sites in the main Internet category offer content in many forms, rather than simply a page of links. This may include news, resources and discussion groups.
If the main content of your site is to provide a forum or discussion board, please submit to Health/Nursing/Internet/Chats_and_Forums
If the main content of your site is to provide a mailing list, please submit to Health/Nursing/Internet/Mailing_Lists
If your site is a Personal Page, please submit to Health/Nursing/Internet/Personal_Pages
If your site is a Directory, please submit to Health/Nursing/Internet/Directories
Lists informational sites pertaining to nurse managers. Do not list employment sites here, these belong in Health/Nursing/Employment.This category is home to a collection of sub-categories for most of the specialized areas within nursing. Sites will appear on this page until there are enough to justify a sub-category (suggestions welcome!)
Please submit only sites which are aimed specifically at student nurses.Student nurses are trainees in preparation for professional nursing practice. The type of training varies. In the United States, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) or an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) are common options, as well as the shorter Licenced Practical Nurse (LPN) or Licenced Vocational Nurse (LVN) programs. In other parts of the world, a Bachelor of Nursing degree may be obtained. Enrolled Nurse (EN) training still exists in many countries. Some countries train nurses for specific areas of practice, including obstetrics, pediatrics, and mental health. Postgraduate education in nursing is becoming more common, although nurses undertaking such study are unlikely to be referred to as, "student nurses".
General nursing sites belong in other subcategories of Health: Nursing.
Nursing education sites belong in Health: Nursing: Education.