NSNA is proud to provide members and student nurses new educational opportunities and programs. Join NSNA on live webinars on pharmacology, med-surg, NCLEX mini reviews, and more! NSNA also provides the opportunity to purchase recordings of NSNA meetings/webinars, in case you’re unable to attend any live events. See below for a variety of programs/recordings you may register for, or purchase. There are both paid and free events.
Free On-Demand Recordings
NSNA 2020 Annual Business Meeting (FREE) NSNA President, Brandi Borden presides over the 2020 NSNA Annual Business Meeting. The meeting was held virtually on Friday, August 21, 2020 at 4 pm EDT.
School Presidents' Forum(FREE) School chapter presidents were invited to join Brandi Borden, NSNA President for virtual School Presidents' Forums that are held monthly. Having difficulty keeping the chapter up and running during the Pandemic? Unable to plan community and advocacy projects to inspire member participation? Do you have some successes to share? These forums also involve special guest speakers!
NSNA’s Leadership University® Treasurers Certificate Program (FREE) NSNA is delighted to present the NSNA’s Leadership University® Treasurers Certificate Program virtually allowing for hundreds of SNA treasurers, aspiring student Leaders, and nursing faculty to attend. Become familiar with the intricacies of financial reporting, the budgetary process, revenue and expenses, statement reporting, bank reconciliation, cash control procedures, IRS filing requirements, and NSNA policies. Attendees earn a Leadership University Certificate for competency in the role of Treasurer after completing an open-book exam based on the materials covered. All state treasurers, aspiring treasurers, state board members, school chapter leaders, faculty advisors and consultants may participate. Speaker: Stacie Kinsey, NSNA Secretary/Treasurer, Chair, Finance Committee Resource Person: Dev Persaud, MA, Director of Finance and Administration
Resolutions Boot Camp: The Essentials(FREE) Explore the WHY, WHAT, and WHO of an NSNA Resolution. Resolutions give students the opportunity to learn from one another while impacting the nursing profession. By writing resolutions, nursing students have the chance to share their opinions with not only fellow students but also multiple healthcare organizations. In short, writing a resolution is your chance to make an impact on the nursing profession!
NCLEX® Mini Review Powered by Lippincott PassPoint This course provides an overview of the detailed test plan and procedures surrounding the administration of the NCLEX®. The major client-needs categories and integrated processes tested on NCLEX® will be reviewed using exemplars from pediatrics, obstetrics, mental health, and medical-surgical nursing. Students will practice answering standard multiple-choice questions and multiple response items designed to test safe and effective entry-level nurse practice. Speaker: Desiree Hensel, PhD, RN, PCNS-BC, CNE, Founding Dean and Professor, School of Nursing, Curry College, Milton, MA Sponsor: Wolters Kluwer, Philadelphia, PA
Price: Members - $35; Non-Members - $60; School Group (10 or more) - $30 per person
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