The following is an archive of press releases issued over the past year by the National Student Nurses' Association. Click on the title of each press release to read more. For press releases issued before 2016, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NSNA Reaffirms Position on Healthcare (2/14/17) In the light of the current political climate and debate regarding health care across the nation, the National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) reaffirms its position that all individuals deserve high quality, evidence-based, affordable and accessible health care. Across the United States, nursing students are engaged in efforts to ensure that previously uninsured individuals and families will maintain access to high quality, affordable health care and insurance coverage.
A Message to NSNA Members Affected by Hurricane Matthew (10/14/16) This past week, communities along the United States southeastern seaboard were devastated by Hurricane Matthew, which left a trail of destruction in its wake. Widespread flooding still hampers efforts of first responders and impedes many from returning to their homes. All of us at NSNA offer our thoughts and prayers to all who were affected by this storm. We hope for a safe and quick return to normal life for all those affected.
FNSNA Announces New Changes to Board of Trustees (7/15/16) The Foundation of the National Student Nurses’ Association (FNSNA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Tina Filoromo, David Mehok, and Florence Huey to the Board of Trustees. These appointments bring into play the skills and assets of Trustees to build an effective team to advance the mission of FNSNA. Read more...
Rosemary E. S. Mortimer Appointed ANA Consultant to the NSNA Board of Directors (6/21/16) The National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) appointed Rosemary E. S. Mortimer, MS, MS. Ed, RN, CCBE as American Nurses Association (ANA) Consultant to the NSNA Board of Directors. With her substantial leadership involvement in ANA, on both the national and state level, knowledge of NSNA, as well as a proven capacity for encouraging growth and mentorship among future nurses, Ms. Mortimer will contribute a great deal to this position.
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