Other Nursing Online Resources

Here are some other websites with e-Learning modules and resources that can be used for professional development by nurses.

Here are some other useful nursing resources.Anatomy Online

Innerbody.com is a great interactive site for learning about, or refreshing your knowledge on, human anatomy.


This Auscultation Assistant website helps nurses and doctors appreciate the different audio characteristics of heart murmurs and breath sounds.


ACLS Medical Training has a ECG Simulator. Learn to identify 30 of the most common ECG rhythms or test your skills with the 'Shock or Not' game!


The College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) have a Learning Centre on their website. The nursing e-Learning modules that are available include:

  • Consent
  • Documentation
  • Infection Prevention and Control
  • Medication
  • Professional Standards
  • Restraints
  • Therapeutic Nurse-Client Relationship
  • Utilization of RNs and RPNs

Nurse.com offers an inventory of more than 1,200 hours of accredited nursing continuing education courses – online and in print including selected free nursing courses for RN's, LPN's, and LVN's. Access (for a small fee) is available to over 550 of their nursing CE courses and allows you to receive instant CE certificates upon course completion.

Office Ergonomics

This e-Learning course is an excellent example of how online learning can be engaging and interactive rather than passive. This module provides useful tips and advice for individuals who regularly work at a computer workstation. (Created by Prometheus Training Corporation).

Skin Health

This VisualDxHealth website provides comprehensive and searchable information on skin health. It has a cool skin disease finder with color photos and images of the common skin problems. This site is a great place for nurses to review their knowledge of various skin diseases.

U.S. National Library of Medicine

The NLM has a huge number of excellent interactive health videos. These animated videos show the anatomy of body parts and organ systems and how diseases and conditions affect them.