Space Nursing Society
The Space Nursing Society is an international space advocacy organization devoted to space nursing and space exploration by registered nurses. The society is an affiliated, non-profit special interest group associated with the National Space Society.
|Headquarters||Palmdale, California, United States|
The society serves as a forum for the discussion and study of issues related to nursing in space and the impact of these studies on nursing on Earth.
- Space Medicine Associates, Inc.
- "Space Nursing Society prepares for future flights" Feature Story/Spotlight on Nurses - NurseZone.com, 2006
- "The Care Up There" Archived 2007-04-11 at the Wayback Machine Nursing Spectrum - September 26, 2005
- "New Frontier" Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine Nursing Spectrum - August 15, 2005
- Linda Plush, RN and Dr. Eleanor O'Rangers of the Space Nursing Society Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine The Space Show - Radio interview April 19, 2005
- "Origins, Founding, and Activities of the Space Nursing Society " Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol. 16, No. 2 , pgs. 96-100
- "Space: A New Nursing Frontier" Archived 2006-11-16 at the Wayback Machine Nursing Spectrum - November 4, 2002
- "Perceived healthcare risks of space activities" National Space Society Roadmap: Social Barriers to Space Settlement
- NSS Online Report #10 SpaceRef.com - January 2001
- "Nurses' contributions to the U.S. space program" Association of Operating Room Nurses, Inc. Journal - May 1, 2000
- "Surgery in Space?" Association of Operating Room Nurses, Inc. Journal - June 1999
- "John Glenn gets space aged" Archived 2007-04-16 at the Wayback Machine Nurseweek/Healthweek - September 20, 1998
- "Space Medicine: Developments in the science, status of regulations for space passengers, implications for space tourism and space settlement" 26th annual International Space Development Conference, "From Old Frontiers to New" - Dallas, Texas May 24–28, 2007