Nemsd avatar
Northeast Multistate Division
(NEMSD)

Why Accreditation Matters Accreditation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) is all about one thing: recognizing excellence in professional development. ANCC accreditation affirms...

Posted by Shelly Gardiner

Hurricane Florence made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, on Sept. 14, bringing 90 mph winds and more than 35 inches of rain to the Carolinas and surrounding areas. Because of the...

Posted by Eileen Rodgers

NEMSD 2018 Conference Flyer

Posted by Eileen Rodgers

We hope you like our new look! We are always trying to improve our customers’ experience. As you can see the site is much more user-friendly. The new design is vertical, which allows you the...

Posted by Eileen Rodgers

Eligible voting representatives elected Ernest Grant, PhD, RN, FAAN, of the North Carolina Nurses Association as the association's next president. ANA's Membership Assembly also elected four other...

Posted by Eileen Rodgers

Like most segments of the economy, the nursing industry changes based on the country’s socioeconomics. Key issues include the aging U.S. population, the student-loan crisis and concerns about the...

Posted by Nursing Network Admin · 0 comments

Both groups will work to identify the barriers to effective reporting of violent and abusive incidents. We received almost 300 applications which were reviewed based on the criteria in the original...

Posted by Nursing Network Admin · 0 comments

The American Nurses Association (ANA) Center for Ethics and Human Rights released a new position statement on pain management: The Ethical Responsibility to Manage Pain and the Suffering It Causes....

Posted by Nursing Network Admin · 0 comments

As part of this quarter's Year of Advocacy focus on nurses advocating locally, ANA is sharing the story of a member's role in a successful Rhode Island program that helps senior patients navigate...

Posted by Nursing Network Admin · 0 comments

ANA’s Code of Ethics for Nurses with Interpretive Statements states that nurses are required to “create an ethical environment and culture of civility and kindness, treating colleagues, co-workers,...

Posted by Nursing Network Admin · 0 comments