- 20 November 2019
- 4 min read
Become a community contributor
Share your advice, stories, opinions and inspiration for your co-workers on the nurses community platform. Find out how you can join our community of contributors.
Our community is people like you
Nurses.co.uk is a platform where nurses, midwives, care home managers, students and care professionals can have their voice heard by thousands of others.
You can share your specialist insights, career stories, advice, opinions and knowledge - and it will help, inspire or reassure a fellow co-worker elsewhere in the UK or beyond.
It's quite simple: we welcome nurses, midwives, care professionals, students and home managers to share what you know.
Since we launched in 2008 we've published hundreds of articles, videos and podcasts contributed by our community.
Share advice, stories, opinions and inspiration
Do you have anything to say about nursing, midwifery or care home management?
If so, our monthly audience of 80,000 nurses, midwives, student nurses and care home managers would love to hear it!
You will be published, and your article will be read by our regular monthly audience, as well as a further 180,000 who have signed up to our email - The Nurses Weekly.
This page explains how you can contribute.
How can you become a nurses contributor?
It's very, very simple to join in... Just email us and we'll send some more details!
We are able to accept written articles, videos and audio. Why not send us something and we'll take a look and chat with you.
What kind of articles do we accept?
If you're working in nursing, midwifery, care home management or are training to be a nurse, you'll have something to share that someone else will benefit from.
We're happy to publish on a wide range of topic areas.
Here are some examples:
Get in touch - your story will be relevant, reassuring, interesting or inspiring to someone else doing a very similar job or considering it.
Here's some more information about us
We're a small business, based in South Devon (our registered company address that you see on our Facebook page and in the footer of this site is near Brighton).
The site was started by myself and a close business partner, Tim, in 2008.
nurses.co.uk began simply as a website to list jobs for nurses and care home managers.
In 2010 I started writing articles.
We then started receiving submissions by nurses who asked if we would publish their articles.
We thought that would be a great idea and it evolved from there.
We now have almost 1000 articles, blogs, videos and audio / podcasts.
No, we're not like a social media platform. It's not a free-for-all. We take time evaluating if a piece is relevant to our audience, and then we run the usual publishing processes of checking, proof reading, editing and preparing for live publication.
We are a small team and we want our site to be a useful, curated library of work - we are a publishing platform run by real humans who care.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Find us on social media
You can also find us and follow us on social media where we're very active:
Speak soon, Matt.