Special Discount on Unlimited CEs Offered Exclusively to NurseZone Visitors
SAN DIEGO—NurseZone (www.nursezone.com), the comprehensive online professional and personal resource for nurses, recently partnered with RN.com, one of the industry's leading nurse continuing education providers, to offer a special discounted rate on CE courses exclusively for NurseZone.com visitors.
NurseZone visitors can take an unlimited number of continuing education courses from RN.com for one low price—a 10 percent discount.
The special offer provides visitors unlimited access to more than 100 courses (over 200 credit hours) covering nursing specialty areas, critical thinking, professional topics, risk management and much more. The content is updated frequently to help nurses stay abreast of the most current clinical and professional issues in the industry.
The courses offered by RN.com are accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the California Board of Registered Nurses, the Florida Board of Nursing and the West Virginia Board of Registered Nurses.
“As the clinical environment continues to change, it is imperative that nurses continue to sharpen their clinical and critical thinking skills,” said Karen Siroky, RN, MSN, Director of Education for RN.com. “By offering continuing education courses at a discount rate, RN.com and NurseZone.com are helping nurses to further their knowledge while also fulfilling their continuing education requirements.”
As part of the special offer, NurseZone.com visitors receive a free Education Planner to help them organize their completed courses, contact hours and certificates. They also receive a free RN.com email address (firstname.lastname@example.org), which is accessible through any Internet connection.
Also new to NurseZone.com is the Nurse Relocation Center. The center helps nurses who are seeking to move get started on relocating to a new nursing job at a hospital in their city or state of interest. Nurses will find valuable tools including a salary calculator, neighborhood reports and information on buying a home anywhere in the United States.
By filling out a short form listing preferred geographic location, specialty and position type, NurseZone’s career partners will set to work finding the desired positions for a nurse looking to relocate.
About NurseZone.com and RN.com
NurseZone is proud to support America's 2.7 million nurses, as well as nurses abroad, by providing information and services to help balance nurses' professional and personal lives. NurseZone highlights weekly feature stories about nurses, reports on news affecting today's nurses and nursing students and offers a multi-disciplinary ‘News by Specialty’ section. Also, technology news, access to continuing education, conference and association listings and a database of thousands of jobs can be found on NurseZone.
RN.com has been serving the nursing community since February 2000, and has become one of the industry's leading nursing resource and education provider. RN.com is dedicated to providing the nursing community with a comprehensive collection of professional education, information resources and more recently began offering features, news and organizational content that visitors can use to better their professional career.