Joining the Ohio Nurses Association means taking charge of your nursing career. It also means supporting the future of the nursing profession.
Membership provides a multitude of benefits and services - all with the aim to make you a highly educated, well-rounded, modern nurse.
Membership also provides a means for the advancement of your profession. Your dues support advocacy efforts for the progressive future of Ohio's registered nurses.
Discounts and privileges are also thrown in, because who doesn't like a good savings now and then?
We hope you decide to join us.
Discounts and Privileges on:
Professional Liability Insurance
The ONA Bank of America Card
Brands you love, such as Crocs, Dell and many more through the Cash Rewards Mall
Professional Development Tools, including:
Continuing education, both in person and online, at a discounted member price
Up to a $140 savings on certification through ANCC
Discounts at nursebooks.org
Access to ONA's Career Center
Free Publications, including:
Subscription to the Ohio Nurses Review - a $15 value
Subscription to the American Nurse - a $20 value
Subscription to the American Nurse Today - a $18.95 value
Online access to the OJIN - the Online Journal of Issues in Nursing
Email newsletters, such as Member Updates and The Scope - our practice e-newsletter
Advocate for you and your patients by:
Lobbying on both a state and federal level on issues important to nursing and health care
Representing nurses where it matters, including environmental groups, the Department of Labor, the Ohio Board of Nursing and others.
Guide the profession by:
Addressing workplace issues, such a workplace violence, safe patient handling, needlestick injuries and many more.
Authoring the Legal Regulations Guide - encompassing everything Ohio nurses need to know about practice in Ohio.
Collecting data, such as Ohio hospital's safe staffing plans to provide data about the safe staffing law in Ohio.
By getting involved with their district by attending meetings and continuing education events.
By getting involved with ONA by being apart of councils, committees and other groups that help drive the association and the profession.
By joining the RN Action Network - a grassroots advocacy network for RNs and others who support the profession.