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 www.CE4Nurses.org.

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

Events

ISNA Presents “Catch Me If You Can – Diversion in the Workplace”

Friday, August 26, 2016
Faith Church, 9125 N. College Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
The proceeds from the conference will go to the ISNAP Needs Assistance Fund to support nurses in their time of need.

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2016 ISNA CONVENTION – A Culture of Safety

Friday, September 16th On the campus of IU Kokomo


News


Introducing the NEW ANA Enterprise
March 10th, 2016

ANA Enterprise

Introducing the new ANA Enterprise! The ANA Enterprise leverages the combined strength of ANA, ANF and ANCC to drive excellence in practice and ensure the voice and vision of nurses everywhere are recognized. Learn more…

Announcement Letter


ANA & Avalere Collaborate on Staffing White Paper
January 5th, 2016

The American Nurses Association (ANA) collaborated with Avalere to explore the clinical case for using optimal nurse staffing models to achieve improvements in patient outcomes. Avalere conducted a targeted review of recent published literature, government reports, and other publicly available evaluations of nurse staffing and patient outcomes. Avalere also convened a panel of leading nurse researchers, thought leaders, managers, and those in practice from across the country to provide additional context and to help identify best practices in nurse staffing. While this analysis focused on nurse staffing in acute care hospitals, the principles can be applied to other settings such as post-acute care. The analysis concluded appropriate nurse staffing is associated with improved patient outcomes. You can access the white paper here: Optimal Nurse Staffing to Improve Quality of Care and Patient Outcomes