The Nurse Link (TNL), an Atlanta based social enterprise vested in the connection of current, future and aspiring nursing has expanded their reach with the launch of their new responsive site. Acting as one of the first social platforms for nurses, TheNurseLink.com allows for unique profile creation, industry specific dialogue, and collaboration between nurses and students.
The site is a digital representation of the many facets the organization has brought forth in the physical event space since 2016. “It was very important that we catered to the needs of our audience,” says TNL CEO and Founder, Julia Eze. “Our new site has combined the essence of our events by equipping users with the same ability to connect, mentor, support and collaborate online. This shift to a digital community allows for greater scale and opportunity.”
Their new site welcomes and supports nurses at all stages and encourages professional mastery and nurse entrepreneurship. With a modern interface that allows users to friend, like, post, share and direct message one another- a strong sense of accessibility and community can easily be felt. In addition, users may also create groups and interact in forums to discuss all things nursing. The site will also feature a shared marketplace with products and services made for and buy nurses.
“We encourage students, nurses and enthusiasts to join the community to address those hard to ask questions in the field, share solutions and be the change they want to see,” says Eze.