The Delaware Nurses Association is committed to serving its members and the nursing community with information that is relevant to the nursing profession. Through articles in its official publication, the DNA Reporter, DNA disseminates the latest news on nursing research, education, and practice. In addition, the publication serves to communicate DNA activities and those of the American Nurses to its members and the nursing community.
The DNA Reporter is a publication published quarterly:
DNA has a long standing partnership with Arthur L. Davis Publishing Company to bring the DNA Reporter to nurses of Delaware free of charge.
It is the mission of the Delaware Nurses Association Communication Committee to publish articles that support the profession of nursing and the goals of DNA.
Create and sustain a standard of excellence in promoting ongoing nursing education through articles that touch on the diversity and complexity of the profession.
Expand the resource base through subscription promotion to generate advertising revenue that supports the publication of the DNA Reporter and promotes DNA membership.
The Communication Committee welcomes new members! Participating on this committee can be a very rewarding experience-work with other nurses from around the state, expand your networking base and learn the coordination and reviewing of articles. You must be a DNA member to participate. For more information, contact the DNA office at (302) 733-5880.