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Interview with Donna Meyer

“Community college nursing education is essential for the health of the country.” In these challenging COVID-19 times our nation has embraced nurses as the heroes among us. We often look to our heroes and leaders for guidance. Now, more than ever nurse leaders are being recognized for their important role in leading through crisis and […]

OADN Joins Leading Nursing Organizations To Launch The National Commission To Address Racism In Nursing

As an organizational affiliate (OA) of the American Nurses Association (ANA), OADN applauds the newly formed ANA National Commission on Racism in Nursing.  As the organization that represents the associate degree nursing (ADN), this pathway allows for a diverse spectrum of students, enriching the profession, and meeting the health care needs of patients, families, and […]

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NACNEP Report – Preparing Nurse Faculty, and Addressing the Shortage of Nurse Faculty and Clinical Preceptors

National Advisory Council on Nurse Education and Practice (NACNEP) recently sent the report Preparing Nurse Faculty, and Addressing the Shortage of Nurse Faculty and Clinical Preceptors to the U.S Congress and the Heath and Human Services Secretary. CEO Donna Meyer as member of NACNEP said, “This is an extremely needed report as we are in […]

NEPIN Quality Designation

We know that you believe in and understand the importance of academic progression and, as such, are encouraging your students to continue on their academic journey.  The National Education Progression in Nursing (NEPIN) collaborative wants to recognize you for those efforts with the NEPIN Quality Designation. The purpose of the NEPIN Quality Designation is to […]