Largest Nursing Network On the Web Goes Mobile

Share Article Unveils New App and Enhanced Mobile Site, the largest online community and peer-to-peer networking site for nurses and nursing students, has announced the completion of a site upgrade giving users an enhanced overall mobile experience, including a new mobile app. The app is designed to be a convenient option for on-the-go nurses to stay connected and find the immediate answers and information they need.

The allnurses website is an essential tool for professional support, the latest in nursing news and peer-to-peer advice. Along with more seamless access to the site from mobile devices, the new app will have the same great content and give users the ability to post, read message threads, follow subscriptions, upload images, read/vote on polls and easily search for topics.

“Enabling our members to connect with us and each other via mobile devices is an important next step for us. Particularly for younger nurses and nursing students who grew up with this technology,” said Brian Short, Founder and CEO of “Our mission has always been to create a community and the mobile updates and app allows that community to engage with each other anytime and anywhere.”

Available to download for free, the app is compatible with the iPhone, iPod, and iPad and Android phones and tablets. To download, please visit

ABOUT ALLNURSES is an online community helping nurses from around the world connect, vent and share knowledge, advice and support. Founded in 1996 by Minnesota Registered Nurse, Brian Short, is the leading networking site for nurses and nursing students. With an ever-growing community of more than 790,000 registered members, allnurses is the go-to place to communicate and discuss nursing, jobs, schools, NCLEX, careers, and so much more.

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