The Baton Rouge District Nurses Association is delighted to be coordinating the annual LSNA Cruise and Learn. We hope all our colleagues across the State will join us and sail away to the Caribbean aboard the Carnival Valor for 4 nights from New Orleans to Cozumel, Mexico on October 31, 2019. CNE offering: Nursing’s Role in Building a Culture of Health Across Louisiana Presenter: Cynthia … Read More
The Baton Rouge District Nurses Association is comprised of Registered Nurses in District 2 of the Louisiana State Nurses Association (LSNA). Our association welcomes registered nurses from all specialities and all practice areas.
A branch of LSNA at the local level, Baton Rouge District Nurses Association, shares LSNA’s committment to its mission is:
To provide leadership that promotes the profession and fosters the means to improve health care for all people.
Join the Baton Rouge District Nurses Association today and enjoy the following membership benefits.
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Political representation at the state and national level
Provides a forum for nurses to post their resumes and to search for employment within the nursing field.
Dues revenues are divided between the district, state and national levels. These funds pay for administrative costs such as staff salaries including the LSNA Lobbyist, program services, publications, and nurse advocacy activities.
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Full Membership: Membership in, and benefits of, the American Nurses Association, Louisiana State Nurses Association and LSNA District Association
ANA & State Membership: This is the “gold standard” of membership. RNs belong to their state nurses association and through that the American Nurses Association. Members of ANA & State Membership receive full membership benefits at the state and national level
Includes membership in, and benefits of, the American Nurses Association, Louisiana State Nurses Association and LSNA District Association
Includes membership in, and benefits of, the Louisiana State Nurses Association and LSNA District Association