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About DNA

Who are we?

The Dermatology Nurses’ Association is a professional nursing organization comprised of a diverse group of individuals committed to quality care through sharing knowledge and expertise.

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Committee Spotlight

Environmental Scanning Council

The purpose of the Environmental Scanning Council is to identify trends and opportunities within the field of dermatology. In addition, they also identify means for collaboration with other like organizations or industry partners, identify prominent educational trends within Dermatology, identify prominent philanthropic trends and opportunities within Dermatology and much more.

Read more about the Committee here


Access our membership area and discover all of the opportunities a membership to DNA can offer your team, patients or practice.

NP Society

Promoting excellence in dermatologic care by providing education, networking and support for nurse practitioners. Learn More.


Certification is provided by the Dermatology Nursing Certification Board for Dermatology Nurses (DNC) and Nurse Practitioners (DCNP).


Promoting awareness within the DNA of issues and concerns in the area of Health Policy and Advocacy. Learn More.

We Need Your Help!

DNA is always looking for volunteers to help us succeed in our goals! Are you interested in volunteering with the Dermatology Nurses’ Association?

Contact Us today or visit our Volunteer section for more information!

Currently DNA has more than 100 member volunteers, from the Board of Directors and Nominating Committee members, to Recognition Committee members and convention workshop moderators. There is something to do for everyone. Volunteering within DNA can be a really rewarding experience that provides opportunities for you to expand your knowledge, sharpen skills, travel and have lots of fun!

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Thank you to our Corporate Members for their support of the Dermatology Nurses’ Association!
If you would like to become a Corporate Member of DNA, please contact Tom Greene at tgreene@dnanurse.org