In response to the recent increase in anecdotal reports from nursing schools on paying for preceptors and access to clinical sites, AACN and the American Organization for Nursing Leadership (AONL) launched a joint
Each year, healthcare professionals across the state are honored with awards at the Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health. The annual event allows healthcare professionals, educators, and students several days to share their strategies for sustaining healthy North Dakota communities, and offers workshops, keynote speakers,
Quality & Risk Manager Jenna Bredahl joined JRMC in 2000. She started as a nurses aide in the medical surgery department, now known as the Patient Care
Small communities in a largely rural state, like North Dakota, have an increasing aging population with access to fewer health care resources. Tara Brander, DNP, FNP-C, family nurse practitioner with Ashley Medical Center, is on a mission to change that.
Tara is one of three nurse practitioners
Nursing students at Dakota College at Bottineau are giving back to the community one pair of glasses at a time.
Members of the Minot-area Student Nursing Organization, also known as SNO, donated five-thousand dollars to Sunnyside Elementary School to help provide glasses to the students that need
More than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s and one in three seniors die with the disease or another form of it.
The Dickinson CountryHouse facility is trying to raise more Alzheimer’s awareness, through social media.
It exclusively benefits patients in our area who are living with
In order to slow the spread of COVID-19, state and federal officials have repeatedly urged residents to stay at home and quarantine as much as possible. But what about those who have no home to turn to?
With limited access to sanitation and space to properly social
As president of the North Dakota Long Term Care Association, I am in awe of the dedication of facility staff, families of residents and our state government to protecting the health of North Dakota’s most vulnerable population.
Like the rest of our nation, this
North Dakota-based traveling nurse Victoria Gregg is used to unfamiliar hospitals, each with their own unique communities and medical challenges.
But since April 23, she’s been taking care of patients in especially strange terrain: St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx, which has treated hundreds
North Dakota legislative leaders have moved to ramp up livestreaming and remote capabilities of meetings amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In a 6-1 vote on Monday, the Legislative Procedure and Arrangements Committee approved using up to $750,000 in federal coronavirus aid to outfit 14 committee