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The Nevada State Board of Nursing (NSBN) will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in early 2023. We are planning some festivities, so stay tuned.
Some tidbits of information about the NSBN:
- In 1923, State Assemblywoman Marguerite Grosse of Reno introduced a bill into the Assembly requesting that the Board of Nursing become regulated.
- The NSBN became a regulated Board. The first board meeting was held on April 16, 1923, at the Reno National Bank Building. The executive director was paid $25/month for the first 3 months at the job and then $10/month!
- The first nursing school in Nevada was established by St. Mary’s Hospital in 1909.
Stay tuned for more fun FAQs about the NSBN