Nurse Associations in Oregon

Oregon currently has 5 active nursing associations.

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

  • Nurse Practitioners of Oregon
    Established in 1977, the Nurse Practitioners of Oregon (NPO) is a special interest group of the Oregon Nurses Association (ONA). Since its inception, NPO has played a significant role in the expanded scope of practice, prescribing authority, and improved payment parity, related to insurance billing, for nurse practitioners in the state.
  • Oregon Holistic Nurses Association
    The Oregon Holistic Nurses Association (OHNA) is a professional organization for nurses who are interested in integrative and holistic approaches to health and healing. The organization provides education, networking, and support for nurses who want to explore these approaches in their practice.
  • Oregon Nurses Association
    The Oregon Nurses Association (ONA) was founded in 1904 as the professional association for nurses in Oregon. A non-profit association, ONA is a constituent member of the American Nurses Association. ONA has several affiliated entities: Oregon Nurses Foundation, Oregon Nurse Political Action Committee, Nurses United Political Action Committee and WorkHealthy Oregon.
  • PAs and NPs of the Florida Keys
    The PAs and NPs of the Keys are a group of physician assistants and nurse practitioners from the Florida Keys and Key West, Florida.
  • Polk County Advanced Practice Nurses Association
    Mission of the Polk County Advance Practice Nurse’s Association (PCAPNA) is to encourage networking between the advanced practice nurses in Polk County.

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