Who We Are:
​Donna Glausier is a 1986 graduate of Samford University with a BS in nursing and got her Masters of Science in Education in 1990.  She is the program director for Diversified Nursing.  Donna  has been a nurse educator at several colleges and hospitals as well as an instructor fpr Diversified Nursing since the 1990's.  We welcome Donna on in her new role as head of Diversified Nursing.
Martha Owen, who created Diversified Nursing Services, is founder and former director of the nursing program at Wallace State Community College in Selma. She received her BSN from Oklahoma Baptist University in 1958 and graduate degrees from Troy State University. She has received certification in Nursing Continuing Education and Staff Development from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She is currently retired from DNS.
Robert Owen received a Bachelor of Science degree in Science and Civil Engineering from Auburn University and a Masters of Business Administration from Auburn University at Montgomery. He is the office manager for Diversified Nursing Services, handling registration and scheduling among other duties.
LeAnne Owen received her Bachelor of Science in Public Administration in 1991 from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama and studied History at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Graduate School. She is a practicing Massage Therapist in Montgomery, Alabama. She serves as registrar, multimedia operations expert, and webmaster for DNS.
 
All advertising is done completely through this website.  We are an approved provider from the Alabama Board of Nursing ABN PO436 ex 2023
Refunds for unused home studies available within one year of purchase.  Call 1-800-641-0967, write us at Diversified Nursing Services 81 County Road 65 Selma Al 36701 or message through this website.
All homestudy prices listed on website.
A 5 dollar shipping and handling fee is assessed to all home studies. 
Contact hours are based on a 50 minute hour, hence 50 minutes=1 ce contact hour.
All nurses must provide license number to ensure prompt filing with the Alabama Board of Nursing's electronic filing system.
To receive credit for homstudies the participant must read the homestudy, take the review and mail in the evaluation form.
All electronic filing is done in a timely manner, usually within one to three weeks, but occasionally taking up to one month.  If your hours do not show up within 30 days at the ABN site, please contact us and we will resubmit them.  Occasionally ones submitted just do not show up and have to be refiled.