The National American Arab Nurses Association (NAANA) established the Angel of Mercy Award Banquet, now in its fifth year. You are invited to nominate your colleagues who are making a positive impact on patient care, nursing education or nursing leadership for the 2016 Angel of Mercy Awards. The deadline is September 30th.
Don’t miss the chance to nominate the nurse you know deserving of recognition for all that he/she does to serve the needs of their patients and or their family. The contributions of Arab American nurses, whether nurse practitioners, nurse educators or nurse administrators...those who truly advance the nursing profession merely by the way they perform their job!
You can go to www.n-aana.org for information on the nomination process and to obtain the nomination form. We've also make the nomination form a fillable pdf for your convenience.
Thank you for nominating that special nurse as the 2016 Angel of Mercy!
National American Arab Nurses Association (NAANA) will hold their Angel of Mercy Awards Banquet on Thursday, October 20, 2016, at Byblos Banquets in Dearborn.
The next quarterly COMON meeting will take place on Thursday, September 15, 2016 from 10am-1:00pm (please see conference dial-in on agenda if you are unable to attend in person) at the Michigan Nurses Association office located at 2310 Jolly Oak Rd, Okemos, MI 48864.
This is the annual meeting, so elections will be held for the positions of Secretary & Chair-Elect. Also, note that the meeting time frame is longer to allow for the committees to meet – please brown bag your lunch as lunch will not be provided.
The University of Michigan Health System’s Nurse Recruitment & Retention team would like to cordially invite any graduating students to their upcoming UMHS Fall 2016 Nursing Career Fair.
This is an ideal setting for those wanting to get an idea of what Nursing at Michigan & the Michigan Difference is all about.
U of M welcomes all students seeking Graduate Nurse/ Registered Nurse employment opportunities who are graduating by March 1, 2017. In addition, they welcome nursing ...graduate students and alumni to learn more about advanced practice and leadership positions at UMHS.
The Career Fair will be hosted for the first time at Michigan Stadium, “The Big House”, home of Michigan Football. Michigan Stadium is one of the country's most classic, widely recognized sporting facilities, and has come to symbolize the pride, tradition and excellence of the University of Michigan.
The Career Fair is being held on Sunday, October 9th at the Jack Roth Stadium Club – Michigan Stadium, from 12 Noon to 3 PM.
Due to anticipated high volumes of attendees, registration is required. Registration will begin on Monday, September 12th on the website: www.UMnursing.org.
Only those students graduating by March 1, 2017 will be eligible to register for this event.
Attendees may bring resumes for distribution if desired.
The American Nurses Association (ANA) is presenting their Nurses' Agenda to Congress today! This a list of public health issues that are important to the nursing community, and include:
--Pass funding for a comprehensive, national effort to prevent the further spread of the Zika virus.
--Repeal language that blocks the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from engaging in research to develop meaningful, evidence-based prevention strategies critical to ending gun violence.
--Pass funding for the work outlined in the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA), to help put an end to the opioids addiction crisis
Use YOUR voice today and send Congress a message to make all nurses a priority and to pass the Nurses' Agenda this fall! You can connect with Congress using this link:
Thank you for your support & sponsorship!