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Nursing Education Standards

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February
8

HB 1002 is a large workforce bill that has passed the House in the Indiana General Assembly and is now before the Senate. An amendment to the bill added language that would lover nursing education standards in our state. Specifically, …

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Nurse Faculty Loan Repayment Program

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December
7

ISNA is asking the Indiana General Assembly to pass Senate Bill 28 in the 2018 session to create an Indiana Nurse Faculty Loan Repayment Program. This handout explains why: Nurse Faculty Loan Support Primer Here is a template for you to …

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APRN Full Practice Authority Advocacy Resources

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November
9

Courtesy of the Coalition of Advanced Practice Nurses of Indiana (CAPNI), we have resources to share to assist with advocating for APRN full practice authority in Indiana. Modernize Practice FAQ Infographic Rand Study Infographic APRN Survey Infographic APRN Practice

RN Data Report

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February
2

The Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy has published the data report from the 2015 RN License Renewal Survey. It contains information on geographic distribution, age, gender, race, education, work setting and more for the RN and APN …

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ISNA Spring 2017 DNP Internship

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November
10

Each semester, ISNA offers one DNP student the opportunity to intern with ISNA to assist with our policy work. Student responsibilities include: analyze practice questions received by ISNA and develop response tools, provide clinical insight on legislative and regulatory matters in …

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Nurse Fatigue Checklist & Survey

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October
14

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, …

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