North Dakota communities invited to apply for funding to reduce opioid abuse and overdose deaths

The North Dakota Department of Human Services’ Behavioral Health Division is encouraging communities in the state to apply for funding to address the opioid crisis by identifying gaps and strengthening existing community prevention and treatment

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Loan Repayments Recruit & Retain Medical Providers for ND

Recruitment and retention of healthcare professionals in North Dakota are top priorities for the wellbeing of our state’s economy. North Dakota communities, especially rural towns, depend on local healthcare facilities for local access to care

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Nurses talking unionization

Nurses at CHI St. Alexius Health in Bismarck are considering unionizing over operational changes they say are harming patient care. Mary Turner, president of the 20,000-member Minnesota Nurses Association, said she met with the Bismarck

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Meeting Region’s and Nation’s Demands, University of Mary Announces New Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing

As Baby Boomers age and their need for health care grows, nursing schools struggle to expand capacity. The nursing shortage in the United States is expected to intensify at a rapid pace now and in

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Children with diabetes find comfort at camp

For about a week, Griffin Kyes will get to be a normal child at summer camp. He'll do all the traditional camp activities: running through the woods, swimming, watching skits and playing in the GaGa

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