has a non-partisan PAC that supports candidates who support nurses and nursing issues.
However, in 1980 the NMNA
was revitalized again under the guidance of Dr.
and representatives for the Nurse Practitioner council and the Council of Nurse Midwives continue to attend the MIRTAC meetings with the intent of avoiding harm to our practice and control by an alternate board.
The second opportunity for interested NMNA
members is the Government Relations Committee.
Sponsors/ exhibitor fees are in the form of grants to NMNA
and do not imply endorsement of products or services by NMNA
, ANCC, or LSNA.
Also elected to office is Kerry Bolin MSN, RNBC who will join the NMNA
leadership team as Secretary--Treasurer.
is an accredited approver by the ANCC Commission on Accreditation
During that time, NMNA
has grown, has evolved into a terrific advocate for all nurses across the state, providing representation on Board of Nursing and government task forces studying nursing education, nursing practice and advanced practice.
Board of Directors and Carolyn Roberts, Executive Director.
The annual NMNA
legislative conference was held on February 5th and 6th in Santa Fe.
The expert witnesses were Gloria Doherty, ACNP and the NMNA
Board of Directors Vice President; Lauri Lineweaver, PhD(c), MSN, and a director of the NMNA
Board; and Katrina Nardini, CNM, CNP, and they were absolutely stellar at explaining to the Senate committee what nurses do in the course of caring for patients, and why after 20-25 years of nurses performing specific ultrasounds to guide practice, it is not an expansion of nursing scopes of practice to continue to do so.
is moving toward some reorganization efforts to streamline management and optimize the time staff have to do their work by freeing them from interruptions and tasks a secretary or assistant could do.