“I have gained so much from belonging to INS. Infusion therapy touches nearly every patient, and I feel I make a real difference for them because of the knowledge I have obtained through INS.” ---Linda Resler, BSN, RN, CRNI®
For more than 40 years, INS has set the standard for infusion care, providing education to nurses and health care professionals who practice infusion therapy. Through membership, meetings, resources, and scholarships, the opportunities for lifelong learning never stop.
INS Board of Directors Election
Click on the Vote icon to cast your ballot for INS President, Director-at-Large, and Secretary-Treasurer for 2015-16. Your INS username and password will allow you to vote. Balloting begins December 18, 2014 and closes January 16, 2015.
Break Away from the Pack
Learn, Discover, Share at INS 2015
Like the Kentucky Derby, INS 2015 is steeped in tradition.
For 42 years, INS Annual Meetings have provided a unique educational experience for tens of thousands of infusion nurses and the many others practicing in this dynamic specialty. INS 2015 will be no exception.
Find out more about joining us by visiting the official INS 2015 site today.
INS India initiative to be launched to decrease medical errors - To improve patient-safety during medical treatment, the India chapter of Infusion Nurses Society (INS), a coalition of global academic healthcare professionals, will early next year launch a "National Data Repository" for infusion therapy to help gauge the extent of inadvertent medical errors and infections at city hospitals. For more information, click here.
New Scholarship to Advance Home Infusion Nurses Now Accepting Applications - The National Home Infusion Foundation (NHIF) invites home infusion nurses to apply for its inaugural Lynn Giglione Memorial NHIF Scholarship Award for Home and Specialty Infusion Nursing. The scholarship, which pays tribute to its namesake, aims to strengthen and advance the learning, leadership, care provision and professional commitment among home and specialty infusion nurses. All applications must be received by January 12, 2015. For more information, click here.
Submit a nomination for the ABNS Award for Nursing Certification Advocacy. Details are here.