ND Center for Nursing Leadership Team
The ND Center for Nursing is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that utilizes many volunteers to carry out its mission. The ND Center for Nursing Leadership Team is composed of volunteers. Anyone and all nurses can join the Center for Nursing Leadership Team; and all members and/or volunteers on any of the Center’s subgroups become Leadership Team members. The Leadership Team members serve on the various Task Forces, Legislative Tracking Team, Event Committees, or Think Tank work groups of the Center for Nursing. The Leadership Team also provides annual feedback on the platform programs and any new initiatives, to help build momentum and push for implementation of platform programs and new initiatives. We are currently restructuring the ND Center for Nursing.
For more information on the new structure visit: April 2016 to 2021 Strategic Plan Framework Final.
All current leadership team members and volunteers and anyone interested in joining the leadership team will need to fill out an online application. The newly structure team allows for greater flexibility of involvement including email groups that track legislation or review evidence based practice projects, event planning committees, a task force that will meet over a 6 month period time to work on LPN strategies and a Culture of Health Think Tank steering committee which is a longer interdisciplinary initiative. Joining the leadership team provides the opportunity to network with nursing professionals across the state, help develop initiatives that are important to you, learn about new volunteers opportunities and provides you with a vital communication link with statewide legislation and other policy work.
Click here to fill out a leadership team application. We will add you to the appropriate email lists and meeting invites and email you within one week of filling out the application.
The ND Center for Nursing is in its fifth year since launch and we have compiled information about our progress on our strategic plan and outcome thus far in a powerpoint presentation that was utilized by the Leadership Team during an April 1st meeting in which they reviewed our progress and started developing the plan for the next 5 years through 2021.
Strategic Planning Presentation – FINAL
Nurse Mentors/Guest Speakers
Our Legendary Nurse Portal was designed to provide information and resources for the entire nursing career ladder including potential nursing students, nurses and nursing faculty. We have developed a list of interested nurses who would like to be contacted to talk about the nursing profession to K-12 or college/university students in their area. They also serve as mentors to potential future nurses in their area.
Click here to see the current Nurse Mentor list.
If you would like to be added to the Nurse Mentor list. Please email your name, the contact email that you would like listed and your city to Kyle Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Make A Donation Today
Nurses play a vital role in the delivery of quality health care and work on the front lines to tend to the well-being of our communities. Nurses can be found in hospitals, schools, the military, organizations, homes and more. Chances are you have been cared for by a nurse.
Your financial donation will help support our efforts to ensure North Dakota’s nurses have the tools and resources they need to effectively care for our communities. You may also consider including the North Dakota Center for Nursing in your estate planning to leave a lasting legacy for tomorrow’s nursing future. To give, click the button below to be re-directed to the Impact Foundation’s website to make a charitable donation to the North Dakota Center for Nursing.