Salute to Nursing: Answering the Call event at Bonanzaville on May 7th from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. In order to register:
- Click on the “Attend Event: in the orange color
- It will take you to the next page – click on “Register
- You will be
Faith community nursing is a community-based health promotion, disease prevention specialty practice of nursing. The faith community nurse (FCN) serves the faith community by addressing the needs of the individual parishioner or client, the entire faith community, and the surrounding geographic area. This specialty practice of
North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) is working to learn more about infection control training needs from workers within a wide range of facilities and organizations in the healthcare services field with a goal of providing relevant trainings with Project Firstline. We would appreciate your help
The ND Governor’s office is now seeking applicants for a Registered Nurse Board Member Position which requires a practicing RN with unencumbered, current license.
Board Members are appointed by the Governor and serve 4-year terms. The ND Board of Nursing meets 4 times per year. There
Xi-Kappa at-Large is a local chapter of Sigma, a national honor society for nurses. For more than 90 years, Sigma has been recognizing and celebrating excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service within nursing and midwifery. Sigma’s mission is to develop nurse leaders anywhere to improve healthcare
The Nurse Corps Scholarship Program provides scholarships for nursing students in exchange for a minimum 2-year full-time service commitment (or part-time equivalent), at an eligible healthcare facility with a critical shortage of nurses.
Nursing Students at Minnesota State University-Moorhead will soon be honored with The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nursing Students. The award is part of The DAISY Foundation’s mission to express gratitude to Nursing Students from programs that recognize them for the extraordinary, compassionate and skillful care they
Achieving racial equity and health equity in American communities requires effective solutions to the “wrong-pocket problem”: we invest in systems that are designed to improve social and economic conditions—such as housing, transportation, education, income, and employment assistance; child and family supports; and legal and criminal justice