NHIVNANational HIV Nurse's Association (UK)
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This will be my last update as Chair of NHIVNA and my chance to say thanks and goodbye, and to wish you all well for the future.
My involvement with NHIVNA started many years before I was elected Chair and I will be sad to step down when my 3-year term comes to an end this summer.
It can be easy for some of us older folk to feel we are NHIVNA, but what I feel is incredibly important, is that NHIVNA is a living and breathing organisation.
NHIVNA is looking forward to the year ahead and it will be a year of change which we hope you will be involved in.
2010 will bring the usual packed NHIVNA programme, with three study days still to come and our 12th Annual Conference, this year to be held in Brighton on 29th and 30th June.
As always, NHIVNA would love to hear about how you are responding, both within your organisation and on a personal professional level to this emerging challenge.
If you are not familiar with this educational programme, please do have a look via the NHIVNA website.
The NHIVNA Competency Framework has now been in circulation for two-and-a-half years.
Do remember to look out for information coming up soon about the next NHIVNA Conference.