ONL: Providing a culture of health through nurse leadership.
The Organization of Nurse Leaders, Inc. (ONL) is a not-for-profit personal membership organization committed to the advancement of a culture of health, the delivery of high quality patient care, professional nursing, and influencing the development of health policy in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Connecticut and Vermont. ONL is committed to fostering the development of nurse leaders across the care continuum through mentorship, collaboration, and education. The organization provides an organized structure to promote support, research, education, and professional development among members.
ONL began as MSNSA in 1976. In 1985 the name was changed to MONE (Massachusetts Organization of Nurse Executives). In June of 2011, our new name, ONL was approved to more accurately reflect nurses' vital role as clinical leaders. Today ONL represents over 700 nursing leaders from diverse practices across the Commonwealth. Our members employ, manage, and influence in excess of 40,000 nurses and health care workers. Additionally, they administer operating budgets of over $1 billion annually. The mission of the Organization is to provide direction and leadership for the advancement of professional nursing and patient care and for the achievement of excellence in nursing management practice. ONL is an affiliate of the American Organization of Nurse Executives.
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