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The purpose of the Montana Association of School Nurses (MASN) is to maintain, promote, and advance quality school health services and health education throughout the state and to promote the interest and rights of its members.


Recent News & Announcements

We are conducting a survey to understand the types and prevalence of health issues in MT schools and how districts address them. Your participation...

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Bridging the Gap How the Montana Youth Diabetes Alliance supports students and families Thursday, May 2 | 3:00 - 4:00pm | Hosted on Zoom! Register...

Beat the rush! We encourage you to book your hotel room early as Bozeman hotels are notorious for their cost and their limited availability. Save...

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Upcoming Events

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Thursday, August 1, 2024 at 12:00pm ET

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Wednesday, August 7, 2024 at 6:00pm PT

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Saturday, August 17, 2024 at 10:00am PT

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Job Opportunities

Nurse New
Great Falls, MT · Position at DAVITA

3400 10th Ave S.Ste.1, Great Falls, Montana, 59405, United States of AmericaDaVita is seeking a Nurse who is looking to give life in a hospital...

Missoula, MT · Position at Fresenius Medical Care

PURPOSE AND SCOPE:The professional registered nurse Inpatient Services RN CAP 1 is an entry level designation into the Clinical Advancement Program...

Butte, MT · Position at Fresenius Medical Care

POSITION FEATURES:Relocation Assistance and/or Sign On Bonus EligibleAbout this role: As a Clinical Manager with Fresenius Medical Care, you will...

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On-Demand CE Activities

Join us for this self-paced 3 Hour* Introductory Course to learn how Registered Nurses and Advanced Practice Nurses can practice Functional Medicine.

Offers 3.0 contact hours

Available until December 31, 2024

Today, sepsis is the leading cause of death in hospitalized patients. Nurses are often the first to notice changes in a patient's signs and symptoms that may indicate the development of sepsis.

Clinical topics: Patient Outcomes

Offers 2.3 contact hours

Available until June 1, 2026

Upon completion of this introductory course, you gain an enriching understanding of hypnosis and its application in nursing.

Offers 3.0 contact hours

Available until December 31, 2024

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