The study indicates nurses believe that continuous nursing education helps to improve their knowledge, skills, professional and personal growth, critical thinking, and decision-making, which consequently produces better patient outcomes. The most apparent barriers for the nurses were the cost of programs and timing. Classrooms and live programs are the most preferred method of getting their education, followed by online/webinar formats and attending conferences. The education department and the internet are the major resources that nurses get most of their continuing education. Most nurses prefer a program three days a week (3 hours a week) or one day a week (less than 3 hours a week). Nurses prefer monthly education plans offered by their organizations. Nurses believe that good cooperation between local universities and Health organizations would lead to many positive outcomes for nurses, patient outcomes and the faculty members as well. They notice a gap between academic institutions and MOH clusters. The most Clinical Nursing Educational Topics Desired by the Nursing Staff are ECG interpretation, Nursing informatics, and ACLS. The majority of nurses are looking for Professional Development Topics such as Leadership and management skills, communication skills, time management, stress management, utilizing evidence-based practice, and patient education.