NYSNA’s Nursing Practice and Nursing Education programs are charged with program development, oversight, and liaisons for academic nursing education and continuing education (CE).
The New York State Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
The Journal of School Nursing (JOSN) is a bi-monthly peer-reviewed forum for improving the health of school children and the school community. JOSN includes original research, research reviews, evidenced-based innovations in clinical practice or policy, and more. Along with nursing, experts from medicine, public health, epidemiology, health services research, policy analysis, and education administration also contribute. School nurses that publish in JOSN benefit from rigorous peer review, prompt publishing, a multidisciplinary audience and high visibility. Submit your research, reviews, and evidenced-based innovations in clinical practice or policy, including, but not limited to:
Find out more online about this exciting opportunity.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Advisory Committee recently released a recommendation regarding maximum dosage and safe use of both over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription medications containing acetaminophen. The FDA and New York State Department of Health (DOH) believe nurses can assist pharmacists in educating consumers on this important issue.
The NYS Education Department Office of the Professions has a new alert for prospective nursing students: don't let your friends or colleagues apply to a fradulent nursing school.
Before a tuition payment is processed, be certain that the program is recognized by the State Education Department. Lists of approved LPN and RN programs can be found online at the NYS Education Department's Office of the Professions web site. Avoid costly mistakes; make sure your educational institution is an approved program of nursing study. Information on schools of nursing in New York State:
Contact Nursing Practice and Nursing Education at 518.782.9400, ext. 282 or by e-mail.