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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



 CALL FOR ISNA CANDIDATES TO SERVE ON THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2017 ELECTION Consent-to-Serve Forms are due in the ISNA office May 1, 2017


Nurse Fatigue Checklist & Survey
October 14th, 2016

Nurse fatigue in the work setting is shown to contribute to errors in care delivery. Nurse fatigue can compromise patient safety and can be a barrier to delivering high quality patient care.  As a follow-up to a student capstone project, Professor Beth Vottero PhD, RN, CNE, of Purdue Northwest has created a self-assessment checklist of evidence-based criteria found to reduce nurse fatigue when present in hospital systems. There is also a survey, based on the checklist, to collect data on the presence or absence of criteria to reduce fatigue in hospital policies in the state of Indiana. Participation is completely voluntary. No identifiable information will be collected and responses are anonymous. Benefits from participation include increased awareness of evidence-based criteria for reducing nurse fatigue, and understanding of hospital policies that can reduce nurse fatigue and the checklist can be used as a tool to help improve hospital policies. Read More

Indiana Legislative Committee Votes Not to Move Forward With Nurse Compact
September 20th, 2016

On Tuesday, September 20th, the Interim Study Committee on Public Health, Behavioral Health, and Human Services held a hearing on the multi-state nurse licensure compact. After taking testimony and asking questions, the committee voted not to move forward with the compact at this time. ISNA provided informational testimony and provided the committee a handout on the compact. You can watch a recording of the hearing here.