NDNPA Promoting Health Care 

 

The North Dakota Nurse Practitioner Association (NDNPA) was originated from a statewide grassroots effort initiated by three pro-active nurse practitioners from across North Dakota. Since that time, the group has elected officials, established bylaws, began work on important legislative issues and networked with other state, regional and national nursing groups.

Mission

The mission of NDNPA is to promote quality healthcare in North Dakota by support, advocacy, leadership and continued education of nurse practitioners.

Goals
  • To promote excellence in nurse practitioner practice

  • To assist participation of nurse practitioners in the legislative and public policy process

  • To provide a unified and professional voice for nurse practitioners regarding legislation affecting health care policy, quality of and access to care, and issues surrounding advanced practice nursing

  • To enhance the image and visibility of the nurse practitioner role

  • To foster communication and networking of nurse practitioners

  • To nurture relationships and cooperation with other groups or individuals who share, support or compliment the purpose of NDNPA

Our Partners
Events

ND Psychiatric Society 2019 Fall Meeting
November 2

Holiday Inn
Fargo, ND

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Nurse Practitioners Week
November 10-16

CE OPPORTUNITY
NDAPA 2019 Fall Primary Conference
November 14
Bismarck, ND

Details and Register

2020 Dakota Conference on Rural &
Public Health

June 3-5, 2020

Alerus Conference Center

Grand Forks, ND

News and Updates

October 30, 2019

Pdf of proclamation

Whereas, nurse practitioners (NPs) serve as trusted frontline health care providers for North Dakota patients, and  North  Dakota is proud to recognize  and  honor the  service of NPs to our state; and

Whereas, NPs are hi...

October 3, 2019

Please see the following bills that the North Dakota Nurse Practitioner Association (NDNPA) supports:

SENATE BILL NO. 2138- Special hunting permits

  • A BILL for an Act to amend and reenact subsection 10 of section 20.1-02-05 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating t...

September 4, 2019

Secretary (1 Nominee)

Jenn Vandal, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC

As a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Jenn Vandal provides comprehensive care to patients of all age groups with acute and chronic conditions. Her areas of interest include pediatrics, women’s health, communi...

September 4, 2019

Rural and public health professionals are encouraged to submit abstracts for the 2020 Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health. Oral and poster presentations should feature community or research projects that can be replicated. They should implement creative strate...

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