The Infusion Nurses Society (INS) is committed to bringing innovative new resources and opportunities to a wide range of healthcare professionals who are involved with the specialty practice of infusion therapy. In this new world of rapid technological advances and dramatic shifts in healthcare delivery, INS is setting the standard for dedicated clinicians who seek to provide excellent infusion care across all practice settings. We invite you to be part of the community that sets the standard for infusion nursing.
As the premier professional organization for infusion nursing, INS is your ultimate resource for successful infusion practice. Whether you work in the hospital, in homecare, in an ambulatory infusion center; whether you are an infusion nurse specialist, a pharmacist, a generalist nurse, or a nursing student, INS strives to support your commitment to high-quality infusion care. We offer educational meetings, professional development opportunities, up-to-the-minute publications, invaluable printed and multimedia resources, and access to a national network of infusion experts. When you become a member of INS, you tap into a world of opportunity.
The Infusion Nurses Society, located in Norwood, MA, is a national nonprofit organization founded in 1973. Membership is open to all healthcare professionals from all practice settings who are involved in or interested in the specialty practice of infusion therapy. INS is dedicated to advancing the delivery of quality therapy to patients, enhancing the specialty through stringent standards of practice and professional ethics, and promoting research and education in the infusion nursing practice.
Recognized as the global authority in infusion therapy, INS is dedicated to exceeding the
public’s expectations of excellence by setting the standard for infusion care.
INS sets the standard for excellence in infusion nursing by:
• Developing and disseminating standards of practice
• Providing professional development opportunities and quality education
• Advancing best practice through evidence-based research
• Supporting professional certification
• Advocating for the public
INS is committed to:
We are dedicated to continually improving ourselves, our programs, and services
We are committed to honesty, trust, and respect in all we do
We encourage and respect diversity of thought and of individuals
We promote creativity and inventiveness of ideas and processes