ISNA offers online continuing education to members via CE4Nurses. Just choose a course, read at your convenience and pay when you take the post-test. All courses are just $12.00! Certificates are emailed to you right away. Get started now at

Indiana Nurses GPS: Help Plan ISNA’s Journey By participating in Indiana Nurses GPS, you enable ISNA to assess where we are and where we should be going. It’s your chance to let us know who you are and what issues are important to you.

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Protecting the Public While Saving Careers Call For Assistance – (317) 295-9862 or (800) 638-6623  Indiana State Nurses Assistance Program offers consultation, referral and monitoring for nurses whose practice is impaired or potentially impaired, due to the use, abuse or dependency of alcohol and other drugs. Read more


2015 CALL TO SERVE and Meeting of the Members

Save the Date: September 18th is the 2015 Meeting of the Members
Registration is Now Open on the Website!
Call To Serve: Election of New Officers and Information on How to Nominate

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2013 RN Licensure Survey Data Report
February 26th, 2015

The Health Workforce Studies Program within the Department of Family Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine has completed the data report compiling responses to the survey questions from the 2013 RN license renewal process. The report was completed with the assistance of an advisory committee of representatives from the Indiana State Nurses Association, Indiana Center for Nursing, Council of Indiana Deans and Directors of Nursing Education, and Indiana State Department of Health.

2013 Nursing Licensure Survey Data Report

What Every Nurse Needs to Know About Ebola
January 21st, 2015

RNs play a critical role in assessing patients who have been exposed to or contracted Ebola. It is important for Registered Nurses to be well-informed on Ebola – understanding the symptoms, asking the right questions and knowing who to direct communication about possible cases is critical. It is also crucial that RNs know how to protect themselves from contracting Ebola while caring for patients. See more at: