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Podcast: Everything You Need to Know About the Oregon State Board of Nursing

You have likely heard about the Oregon State Board of Nursing (OSBN), but how does the organization interact with and support Oregon nurses? Join us for a conversation with Dr. Sarah Wickenhagen from the Oregon State Board of Nursing as she raises the curtain to give us an inside look at the governing board. We’re not just talking about the nuts and bolts of licensing and investigations—though we cover that too—but we’re also diving into the shifts in communication and professional support that OSBN is pioneering in 2024. 

The State of Wellness podcast is hosted by the Oregon Center for Nursing, the state’s nonprofit nursing workforce center. Learn more at oregoncenterfornursing.org.

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Oregon Center for Nursing

The Oregon Center for Nursing (OCN) is a nonprofit workforce center working to advance the nursing profession across Oregon. The organization fulfills its mission of supporting “informed, well-prepared, diverse, and exceptional nursing professionals” through research, education, programming, and community partnerships. Established by nursing leaders in 2002, OCN is regarded by the Oregon state legislature as a leader and advisor for nursing workforce issues, including well-being, job satisfaction, and retention.
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