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NOADNNational Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (Pensacola, FL)
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A diverse group in relation to culture, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status (Auerbach, Buerhaus, & Staier, 2000; Buerhaus & Auerbach, 2000; NOADN, 2006), they tend to mirror the diversity and demographics of the communities in which they live and are vested in the communities in which their educational programs are located.
The NOADN is the leading advocate for the approximately 1,100 associate degree nursing programs and community college nursing educators in the country.