North Dakota Nurses Association

The North Dakota Nurses Association (NDNA) is the only professional organization representing all nurses in North Dakota. The Mission of NDNA is to advance the nursing profession by promoting professional development of nurses, fostering high standards of nursing practice, promoting the safety and well-being of nurses in the workplace, and by advocating on health care issues affecting nurses and the public.



News & Announcements

(ABC News) –Dawn seems to be breaking in the COVID-19 pandemic. As vaccines provide new hope, cases and hospitalizations have been declining across...

The North Dakota Center for Nursing has worked for the last two years with a large group of nurses and stakeholders to develop a program that...

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A total of 49,933,250 doses from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna have been distributed in the US, with 31,123,299 doses administered as of Jan. 31,...

The American Nurses Association (ANA), The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are...

At NDNA's recent Open Forum for Nurses, an ANA Self-Care Package was mentioned. ANA has created a self-care package of free courses to thank the...

Press Release For immediate publication A Solution to ND’s Nursing Shortage- By Nurses, For Nurses: SB 2198: A Bill to Develop a Statewide Nurse...

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NDNA Members, The North Dakota Nurses Association is in strong support of the School Nurse Grant Program bill - SB 2235. This will provide funding...

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