Boston, MA, February 23, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- RNsights, the free and anonymous online discussion forum and professional networking community for school nurses, recently celebrated the 1,000th member milestone and is still growing rapidly. With their official launch on February 1st, the team at RNsights is excited to have over 1,000 members from all across the country join so quickly. It has primarily been a grass roots effort building the membership with “word of mouth” being the biggest feeder of new members. To date, there are over 90 posts and 700 comments on the site so there is great information already being shared among school nurses nationwide.
One member, a school nurse from Wisconsin, says about RNsights, “It is great to have such a large pool of professionals to get 'insights' from and problems resolved together. Keep up the great site.” Another school nurse member from Kansas writes, “Thank you for an opportunity to share information across the nation in school nursing.” A school nurse from Pennsylvania describes her experiences on the site, “This is a great way to share ideas…I wish we had this years ago.”
To enhance the user experience, in addition to the general group for all school nurses, there are sub-groups to discuss state specific topics, issues relating to private and parochial school nursing, and a group for the advocacy of school nurses. Additional enhancements will be introduced shortly.
In the meantime, the team at RNsights is excited to welcome its first 1,000 members. “We have a great and supportive group of school nurses from across the country who have joined the RNsights community,” says Co-Founder Tom Ullian, “and we look forward to welcoming many more!”
RNsights is a Massachusetts based company changing the way school nurses are using the web to share insights and evidence-based solutions, collaborate and find peer support.