We know what it takes to succeed as a nursing professional. That’s why we developed Lippincott NursingCenter – to provide nurses like yourself with a convenient place to access the information you need to advance your clinical knowledge and educational experience.
Discover feature articles and continuing education activities on both clinical and professional topics from journals such as the American Journal of Nursing and Nursing2023.
See article recommendations based upon your nursing practice area so you can spend more time reading and less time searching.
Be ready for license renewal with the right number of contact hours, plus recommendations for CE activities to fulfill specific topic requirements.
Developed and reviewed by clinical experts, these resources are designed to help you improve patient care and outcomes.
Handy, quick references that provide instructions and simplify challenging concepts.
Monthly updates from Nursing Drug Handbook — the #1 drug guide for nurses.
Interactive, streamlined summaries of lengthy clinical practice guidelines.
Includes commentary on events in nursing and health care, clinical information, interviews, and infographics.
Nurses impact healthcare in many roles and across practice settings. Nurses consider the social determinants of health to provide holistic care, they strive to promote health equity, and from the bedside to the boardroom, the leadership of nurses impacts change. Explore expert solutions to help you succeed.
As a nurse, you have the opportunity to specialize in one or more areas of practice, from medical-surgical and critical care nursing to community health and research, plus many more! Explore journal articles, CE activities, news and more.
Focusing on patient safety and improved outcomes is our highest priority. Our team of expert clinicians reviews everything we create.
Nursing is a challenging profession. We recognize how hard you work and strive to provide resources to help you succeed.
From your first days as a student until you retire, our products support you throughout your nursing journey.
Wherever you are, NursingCenter® provides you with what you need to succeed in today’s challenging healthcare environment.
Connecting with nurses through NursingCenter® keeps me in touch with my nursing roots and what’s really important to those at the bedside.
As the Senior Clinical Editor for Lippincott® NursingCenter®, Lisa plans and develops content to help nurses learn and stay up-to-date, meet their licensure and certification requirements, and achieve their professional goals while prioritizing work/life integration. Lisa has over 25 years of nursing experience with a background as a critical care nurse and a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner.
My continued practice and teaching give me a unique perspective on the current state of the nursing profession and what needs to evolve to meet the needs of future global healthcare.
As the chief nurse for Wolters Kluwer; Health Learning, Research & Practice, Anne is responsible for the nursing strategy for the business. She has over 38 years of experience in nursing and has been a nurse practitioner since 1998. Her areas of expertise include acute care, critical care, emergency, and primary care. Anne has worked in publishing for over 24 years, continues to practice as an acute care/critical care nurse practitioner, and teaches at the graduate nursing level for several universities. She devotes her time ensuring that healthcare professionals have the evidence-based information they need to support clinical decisions and life-long learning.
More than ever before, we are aware of how important professional development is to delivering safe and equitable healthcare. Lippincott® NursingCenter® is where you can find information you can trust to help you deliver the best care wherever you work.
Karen is the Executive Director of Continuing Education for Wolters Kluwer Health where she leads the Lippincott® Continuing Medical Education Institute and Lippincott® Professional Development provider units. With more than 20 years in the discipline of continuing professional development, Karen brings a blend of clinical expertise, strategy, and leadership to a variety of learning programs offered by Wolters Kluwer, Health.
I’m very happy to be a member of the NursingCenter® family and enjoy creating content that impacts and educates nurses in every field, across the country and around the world.
A nurse for over 25 years, Myrna has experience in critical care, information systems, pharmaceutical clinical research and medical simulation education. In addition to writing, reviewing and researching topics for NursingCenter®, Myrna works part-time in a plastics/reconstructive surgery clinic to maintain her nursing skills.