The ND Center for Nursing is seeking the services of a consultant to work with a large committee to develop a unique ND Nursing Workplace Culture Designation System. The purpose of the system is to acknowledge the attainment of best-practice nursing culture
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We are working on improving North Dakota’s nursing workplace culture in order to help recruit and retain more nurses. Results will be used to determine new strategies and to also develop a system to designate health care facilities with healthy nursing workforce culture.
We are working on improving North Dakota’s nursing workplace culture in order to help recruit and retain more nurses. More information is below. You are invited to participate on an online survey and to attend a focus group that will be held throughout the state. Survey
.S. Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta learned that North Dakota is challenged by the ratio of businesses to people in the state.
“You’ve got one small business for about every 10 people, including children, and that’s a real challenge, because you create jobs in such a
The ND Center for Nursing has created a new position on its Board of Directors. We are now inviting applications for our Public/Member at Large director position. Any member of the public or nurse in North Dakota is eligible to apply for the board position. See
There comes a time when parents are no longer responsible for their children. There are exceptions, such as when a child needs lifetime care.
Children graduate, start careers and begin families. Parents might help out on occasion, but overall the child is independent. When parents
Describes Presentation Medical Center’s (PMC) progress as part of the Small Rural Hospital Transition (SRHT) Project, completed in 2017, focused on assessing PMC’s finances and operations. PMC is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital (CAH) located in Rolla, North Dakota. Click to view full article.
It is National Nursing Assistants Week, a time to celebrate the professional contributions of certified nursing assistants (CNAs) in providing high-quality, dignified care to patients. Hospice of the Red River Valley CNAs work with patients to provide individualized care based on each person’s preferences.
Hospice CNAs help
We invite you to be a part of the Gallery of Nursing Excellence at the upcoming Sanford Nursing Symposium to be held April 26 & 27 at the Delta Hotels by Marriott Fargo. The title of the symposium this year will be “Advancing Nursing Practice Celebrating
Nurses at CHI St. Alexius in Bismarck voted against unionizing with the Minnesota Nurses Association. More than 300 nurses voted on Tuesday, with the decision coming down to seven votes. Nurses in favor of the union say that despite the decision, the experience they have gained