National Student Nurses Association
National Student Nurses Association (NSNA)
an organization of students in the field of nursing in the United States. Among its purposes are the improvement of nursing education to improve health care, aid in the development of the nursing student, and encourage optimal achievement in the professional role of the nurse. It publishes a journal, Imprint, five times a year, participates in legislative activities at all levels, and gives scholarships, awards, and career workshops.
Na·tion·al Stu·dent Nurs·es As·so·ci·a·tion(nash'ŏ-năl stū'dĕnt nŭrs'ĕz ă-sō'sē-ā'shŭn)
A nonprofit organization, founded in 1952, for students enrolled in all generic nursing programs as well as generic graduate nursing programs; official publication is Imprint, which is published five times a year and is distributed to all members. The organization also sponsors an annual convention, awards scholarships, and participates in legislative activities to promote health care and the future of nursing.
National Student Nurses Association,
The primary organization for student nurses in the U.S., a counterpart of the American Nurses Association.