Welcome to the North Dakota Center for Nursing

The North Dakota Center for Nursing is a 501c3 non-profit organization that was created in 2011 as a centralized coordinating organization for North Dakota’s nursing community. We equip, encourage, and empower nurses by providing leadership, collaboration, advocacy, and volunteer opportunities while offering a multitude resources.

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT DATA REPORT NOW AVAILABLE

The North Dakota Center for Nursing has published its 2016 Nursing Workforce Development Data Report. This report provides a complete summary of North Dakota’s workforce while identifying nursing shortages in rural communities. Nursing workforce research efforts have been tracking education, supply and demand trends since 2002. This started with the North Dakota Nursing Needs Study, a legislatively mandated study and has continued with the support of the North Dakota Board of Nursing and through the North Dakota Center for Nursing.

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Shaping public health

May 23rd, 2017|Comments Off on Shaping public health

Annie Paulson, Nursing Program Director and Associate Professor, Dakota Nursing Program at Bismarck State College Named Certified Nurse Educator NLN Program Highlights Standout Nurse Faculty

May 22nd, 2017|Comments Off on Annie Paulson, Nursing Program Director and Associate Professor, Dakota Nursing Program at Bismarck State College Named Certified Nurse Educator NLN Program Highlights Standout Nurse Faculty

Melanie Krentz Was Selected As A Volunteer Item Writer For The National Council Of State Boards Of Nursing Licensure Examination (Nclex®)

May 22nd, 2017|Comments Off on Melanie Krentz Was Selected As A Volunteer Item Writer For The National Council Of State Boards Of Nursing Licensure Examination (Nclex®)

Sanford celebrates nurses

May 21st, 2017|Comments Off on Sanford celebrates nurses

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