Nurse Associations in Louisiana

Louisiana currently has 5 active nursing associations.

A nurse association is a professional organization for nurses. Joining a nurse association in Louisiana has benefits including networking opportunities with other nurses in LA, educational resources, and advocacy on behalf of nurses. You should consider joining a nurse association in LA if you are interested in staying up-to-date on the latest nursing news, advancing your nursing career, or connecting with other Louisiana nurses.

  • Louisiana State Nurses Association
    The Louisiana State Nurses Association website is the hub for information, resources, events, and member benefits.
  • Louisiana Nursing Home Association
    The Louisiana Nursing Home Association is a nonprofit organization representing more than 250 nursing facilities and assisted living communities that care for approximately 25,000 elderly and disabled individuals each day.
  • Louisiana Center For Nursing
    The Louisiana Center For Nursing is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to improving the quality of nursing in the state of Louisiana. The organization offers a variety of services to nurses, including continuing education, career development, and advocacy.
  • Louisiana Association of Student Nurses
    LASN is Louisiana's branch of NSNA, a nonprofit organization for students enrolled in associate, baccalaureate, diploma, and graduate nursing programs.
  • Louisiana Association of Nurse Practitioners
    Welcome to the Louisiana Association of Nurse Practitioners. This site serves as a flexible and convenient way for us to extend our reach further into the nurse practitioner industry to promote our mission, vision. We are dedicated to the advancement and

Do you know of a nurse association in Louisiana that is currently not listed? Please let us know!

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