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What Makes Nurse On Fire Different Than Google?

Nurse On Fire makes nursing easier by, using Google's Custom Search technology to perform custom searches of YouTube and the web to include sites that are, in our opinion, truly useful to nurses. Websites are screened by a nurse (Barry), ranked and placed in the database.

Shady, spammy, or irrelevant sites are kept out and great content is let in. This allows useful content, that can be buried on the back pages of Google and YouTube, to be showcased and made available, giving the user better results, fast.  Better results make better nurses. Faster results mean happier nurses.

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How Are Sites Ranked?

Sites are ranked using Google’s page ranking system combined with Nurse on Fire's own screening and ranking system. Attributes we look at are:

- Authority

- Relevance

- Community Feedback

- Usefulness

- Integrity

- User Experience

We welcome feedback and would like users to suggest sites they believe are useful or that should be excluded. The goal is to improve everyday and your input helps.

Who Created Nurse On Fire?

My name is Barry McManaman RN-BSN, Working Critical Care Nurse, Husband, Dad, Computer Geek, and Project Creator/Leader for Nurse On Fire.

 

I'm proud to work in the Emergency Department as a Registered Nurse in Southern California. I graduated with my BSN from Azusa Pacific University in 2010 with my second degree. I started my nursing journey in 2007 shortly after my youngest son was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) and it's been one of the best decisions I have ever made.

When I'm not at the hospital, I'm hanging out with my family or working on Nurse on Fire.  If you have a question for me or would like me to speak at your school or conference, you can find me on Facebook, Twitter, Allnurses.com or contact me directly here .

Why Did You Start Nurse On Fire?

To Help Nurses And Nursing Students

Back in Nursing School and as a new nurse, I had a million questions and a lot of stress. Too much stress in my opinion. I was always afraid of messing something up. It made me slow, which put me behind in my work. I was always second guessing myself with medications, lab values, procedures etc...There were many times while nursing and in nursing school that I felt I was drowning.

 

Ever since that time, I’ve always had a goal to create something that would make nursing less stressful. Would it be a blog, an app or a book? I didn’t know. I did know, however, that I wanted to help nursing students and new nurses have an easier time becoming a great nurse, a Nurse on Fire.

 

Now it's been almost 8 years since I started my nursing journey and I finally did it. Using my past experience in the computer industry and combining it with my newer experience as a nurse, I created Nurse on Fire.  A place where you can find answers to nearly all your nursing questions. We all have questions after all, wouldn't it be nice to be able to ask a question and not get an "eye roll" or feel embarrassed about asking? Well, now you can. Anytime. Anywhere.

How Can I Have My Site Included Into Nurse On Fire?

I love to share good material, especially if it is useful. Click on the suggest a site button. Make sure to state if you are the owner of the website.  I will review the site and rank it in our database as soon as possible. *Please note that rankings are kept private in order to prevent anyone from "gaming" the system.

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Now I Have A Question For You. How Can I Improve Nurse On Fire?

I really want to know how I'm doing and would love your opinion. Will you help me with some honest feedback? How can I improve? What do you love? What do you hate?  I want to know, so click below. Or if you have feedback on a site you would like to share, I want to hear that too.

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Contact Us At:

Nurse On Fire

6371 Haven Ave. Ste. 3319

Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737

 

Phone:  (909) 833-4665

 

Email: barry@nurseonfire.com

Affiliate Disclaimer

On the remote chance that this site becomes as popular as I think it should be, I thought the income from the Google advertisements could go towards college for my three kids.  We all know how expensive that can be.  I'm a nurse, not a doctor after all.  Time away from my kids is time that I won't get back. If I'm going to work as a nurse and spend a lot of time and my own money to launch a website (a website I truly believe in by the way) , I want my kids to benefit from it. In other words, I'm hoping for a win-win situation.  With help I think it can be.

 

In the spirit of transparency, I thought everyone should know the other reason I started Nurse on Fire. It may have not needed to be said but I'm a nurse and I pride myself as someone people can trust. In fact, if you would like to know how the site earns income keep reading.

 

With our agreement with Google, in order to use Google's Custom Search to return search results of all the great nursing sites out there, Google requires ads to be shown. I can choose to monetize the ads or not. Given that I am required to show the ads anyway, I chose to monetize in order to compensate for the time it takes to host and work on the site.

 

Currently, income is generated solely from ads provided by Google. There are plans to have affiliate links to Amazon and a few other potential products I find useful in the future. Clicking on these links of course do not cost any money on your part or affect any discounts you may receive. However, as the owner of the website I may receive a commission.  So as you may expect, your support of sponsored ads is appreciated and following a link to Amazon helps the site, but I discourage you from clicking ads that do not interest you. In other words, only click if the ad truly interests you. I don't want to waste the advertiser's money or your time just to help the website.

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My name is Barry McManaman RN-BSN, Working Critical Care Nurse, Husband, Dad, Computer Geek, and Project Creator/Leader for Nurse On Fire.

I'm proud to work in the Emergency Department as a Registered Nurse in Southern California.

I graduated with my BSN from Azusa Pacific University in 2010 with my second degree. I started my nursing journey in 2007 shortly after my youngest son was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) and it's been one of the best decisions I have ever made.

I love to share good material, especially if it is useful. Click on the suggest a site button. Make sure to state if you are the owner of the website.  I will review the site and rank it in our database as soon as possible. *Please note that rankings are kept private in order to prevent anyone from "gaming" the system.

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Nurse on Fire | Answers For Nurses

The Search Engine For Nurses.

 Authority

Relevance

 Community Feedback

Usefulness

 Integrity

 User Experience

I love to share good material, especially if it is useful. Click on the suggest a site button. Make sure to state if you are the owner of the website.  I will review the site and rank it in our database as soon as possible. *Please note that rankings are kept private in order to prevent anyone from "gaming" the system.

Affiliate Disclaimer
Nurse on Fire | Answers For Nurses