Ask Nursing Times is a powerful new tool launched this week to help nursing staff find the information and answers they need in seconds.
All you need to do is simply type in a question about nursing, be it on a clinical procedure or condition, a piece of government policy or pay levels, or how to get on in your career.
“Ask Nursing Times makes traditional search engines look like a thing of the past and will hopefully save nursing staff time”
Ask Nursing Times instantly interrogates our website of more than 6,000 double-blind peer-reviewed articles, as well as news, features and opinion, to try and find you the answer.
Powered by artificial intelligence, the new tool then gives a short summary in response to your question and cites the articles that it is sourced from for further reading.
It also suggests additional questions and articles that might be of interest to you, based on your original question, which the tool can then provide too.
If you are already benefiting from being a Nursing Times subscriber, you can simply log in and start using Ask Nursing Times, as much as you want, straight away.
If you are a registered user or one-time visitor, then you can try it out. Ask Nursing Times is surely a great reason to take advantage of one of our subscription packages.
Nursing Times editor Steve Ford said: “We know that nursing staff need lots of information and quickly, Ask Nursing Times is an exciting new resource that we believe will help provide this.
“Using some of the latest AI technology, our tool can offer an answer to almost any question about the profession, using Nursing Times as its trusted source.
“Ask Nursing Times makes traditional search engines look like a thing of the past and will hopefully save nursing staff time when they want to find the information they need.
“Nursing Times was first published in May 1905 as a resource for the nursing profession. In 2024, Ask Nursing Times represents the next step in our journey. We hope you find it useful.”