101 Interesting Blog Post Ideas For Nurses
March 12, 2019
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I came up with this list of 101 interesting blog post ideas for nurses so that I could prove a point:  there are so many things that nurses can write aboutAnd I barely even scratched the surface with this list!

Nurses, by nature, are lifelong learners.

Nurses generally love learning.  If we didn’t, we would have never made it through nursing school in the first place.

In order to keep our skills up to par and our licenses current, nurses frequently take continuing education courses.  Many of us go a step further and become certified experts in our nursing specialties.  Most importantly though, being a nurse requires learning about changes in the field of medicine and being open to new challenges during each and every shift.  Healthcare is ever-changing, and it is increasingly important for nurses to stay fresh.

Nurses have a unique perspective that we can share with readers.

This is the coolest part about becoming a nurse blogger:  each post about nursing can be written about from a completely different perspective.  There are so many different specialties and diverse patient populations.  And every nurse has different skill sets and experiences within their career that they can share.  Furthermore, some nurses can bring entirely unique backgrounds into the mix, as many become nurses as a second or even third career.

In other words, nurses can bring a lot of life experience into their writing.  We have important information to share.

Becoming a nurse blogger has welcome benefits

First, you’ll become a better writer.  Each time you create a new piece you improve and continue to develop your writing skills.

Second, you’ll become a better thinker.  The blogging process helps you to stop and think deeper.  You will find yourself having stronger opinions about nurse topics that matter.  You will discover thoughts and ideas about nursing that you didn’t even know you had.


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I want to see more nurses blogging.

Since I began blogging in 2017, I have read nearly every nurse blog I can find on the internet.  I have seen some pretty creative nurse niches and been inspired by what my fellow nurse peers are writing about.

I especially love reading about the amazing things nurses are doing in the face of adversary.  For example, I recently read about how nurses in Paradise California continued to care for hospitalized patients during the most devastating fire in modern history.  At one point some were outside trying to fight flames.  Now if that isn’t blog-worthy, then nothing is.

(I really, really want to interview more nurses who go on medical missions and help people in need after catastrophic events.  Many nurses care for patients in the face of devastation and their stories should be shared.   In time, I will get there…)

101 interesting blog post ideas for nurses to write about.

I put a lot of effort into thinking of new topics that I would be interested in reading (or writing) about as a nurse.  Don’t be surprised if you see several of these topics on my blog over the next year.

So, without further ado, here it is: 101 interesting blog post ideas for nurses.  (If there is anything you thing I should add, please leave a comment and I will add it to my next list!)

  1.  Advice for getting through the first year as a nurse
  2.  Nursing specialty information: what to consider when you need a change
  3.  What happens when nurses go on strike
  4.   Stress relieving tips for nurses
  5.   Safe patient ratios
  6.  Nurses helping patients cope after natural disasters
  7.  How nurses can inspire their patients to take better care of themselves
  8.   Nurse burnout
  9.   Health & fitness for busy nurses
  10.  National nursing certifications
  11.  Helpful nursing products
  12.  15 reasons you need to try travel nursing
  13.  Ways to improve communication between nurses
  14.  Dealing with death as a caregiver
  15.  20 healthy snack alternatives to share in the break room.
  16.  Professional development for nurses
  17.  How to make sure you are saving enough for retirement as a nurse
  18.  Meditation for nurses
  19.  Ways to exercise on you nursing lunch break
  20.  How to budget as a nurse
  21.  The top 20 best nurse bloggers on the internet
  22.  Inspirational nurses to follow on social media
  23.  20 most hilarious nurse memes
  24.  Positive nursing quotes
  25.  Tips for becoming a better nurse writer
  26.  What to consider when looking for the right nursing specialty for you
  27.  How to change your nursing specialty
  28.  How to become a nurse blogger
  29.  Alternative nursing careers
  30.  20 reasons why nursing is a post-apocalyptic survival skill
  31.  How nursing inspired me to become a blogger
  32.  15 helpful ways to survive the night shift
  33.  Personality traits of nurses
  34.  Managing caregiver burden
  35. 30 blog post ideas for nurses who work with children
  36.  A day in the life of a nurse
  37.  Why HIPPA is so important for patients
  38.  9 qualities that all great nurses share
  39.  Dealing with difficult patients
  40.  Violence in healthcare: how nurses can protect themselves
  41.  The best (fill in the blank product) that every nurse needs
  42.  Educational resources for new nurses
  43.  11 ways to be a kick-ass preceptor to a new grad nurse
  44.  How to prepare for 12 hour shifts
  45.  Awesome work-from-home nurse jobs
  46.  Blood sugar stabilizing foods that nurses should eat during 12 hour shifts
  47.  9 great reasons why you should consider an MSN
  48.  Bad habits that nurses can develop
  49.  How LinkedIn a a great career resource for nurses
  50.  9 ways that nursing has changed over the years
  51. Nursing in the year 1950 vs nursing today
  52.  How to give quality CPR
  53.  Why becoming a certified nurse is so important
  54.  What does it take to become a Magnet Hospital
  55.  What being a nurse has taught me about compassion
  56.  Your favorite nursing specialty and why
  57.  Why more men need to join the nursing profession
  58. Interesting facts about famous nurses
  59.  Flight nursing
  60.  Nurse bullying in the workplace
  61.  7 things I wish patients understood about nurses
  62.  How to master IV starts
  63.  The most interesting nurse podcasts you must listen to now
  64.  Career advice from an experienced nurse
  65.  How to promote teamwork on a nursing unit
  66.  Misconceptions people have about new nurses
  67.  How to squeeze in exercise on your lunch break
  68.  Share information about products that were invented by nurses
  69.  Write a list of the funniest patient comments you have ever heard
  70.  Discuss the importance of de-stigmatizing mental health
  71.  Highlight a nurse(s) who volunteered after a natural disaster (such as the California fires)
  72.  Talk about different medical missions
  73.  New innovations in stethoscopes or other nurse products
  74.  What it is like to work as a nurse when you have small children at home
  75.  How nursing teaches me to have more gratitude
  76.  National Preparedness Week from a nurse perspective
  77.  Fun holiday gift ideas for nurses
  78.  The teach-back method for teaching patients about medications
  79.  How nurses can improve health literacy
  80.  Things that nurses can teach patients within their scope of practice.
  81.  Tips on how to have difficult conversations with patients and/or family members
  82.  10 helpful ways to save for maternity leave as a nurse
  83.  Why working on the holidays as a nurse is hard (& how it can also be fun)
  84.  Continuing education programs for nurses
  85.  9 ways my nurse peers inspire the heck out of me
  86.  Nurse leaders that I want to emulate and why
  87.  The pros of moving into nursing administration (or why you’ll never do it)
  88.  10 websites that will pay nurses to write for them
  89.  Why nurses need to be writing more
  90.  Nurse entrepreneurs
  91.  Reasons why nurses should be paid way more than they are
  92.  Dealing with difficult co-workers
  93.  Holistic pain management techniques that nurses can use in practice
  94.  Working with adult patients vs working with pediatric patients
  95.  Diabetes Education
  96.  Tips to prevent high blood pressure that I want my loved ones to know
  97.  How to study more efficiently as a nursing student or grad student
  98.  Why more nurses should consider getting an MSN or Doctorate Degree.
  99.  What to consider before committing to an advanced nursing degree
  100.  Nurse job outlook and career options
  101.  Why nursing really is the most trusted career on the planet


Recommended reading for new nurse bloggers:

Resources for new bloggers:

(You need to know by now – if your goal IS to monetize your blog you must invest in a few courses to help move you forward. Otherwise, blogging is a lonely, frustrating island.)

  • Nurse Blogging 101: Healthcare Media Academy –  If you are a nurse or other healthcare blogger, I highly recommend starting with this one.  Creators Brittany Wilson and Kati Kleber are both published, award-winning authors who are also considered the Godmothers in nurse blogging.  They are especially great because they go into more detail about patient privacy concerns and other considerations that healthcare bloggers need to be aware of.
  • Pinterest Ninja:  If you want to understand how Pinterest can grow blog traffic you need this Pinterest Ninja Course.  A blogger colleague of mine, Megan Johnson, created Pinterest Ninja to help people increase their blog pages views by the thousands. I did the course when I was on maternity leave and I was able to increase my blog traffic from 0-1000/day in just over one month. Seriously, read some of her reviews. Her course is invaluable.

Are you an aspiring nurse blogger who needs a little direction?  Drop me a message and I can forward you some of my resources that helped get me started as a nurse blogger!

P.S.  HEY NURSES!  Remember to sign up for your FREE E-BOOK “The Nurse’s Guide To Health & Self Care” in the sign up box below! (scroll down)

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