GBON

AcronymDefinition
GBONGeorgia Board of Nursing (Macon, GA)
GBONGrenada Business Online Network (low cost web presence)
GBONGlobal Broadcast Overlay Network (Cidera)
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As a result, the Professional Licensing Boards Division was able to hire 9 new staff members for GBON and purchase new equipment for our nursing investigators.
As a result of GNA's advocacy efforts, $1.6 million was allocated in FY 2015 state budget to implement mandatory reporting and hire 9 new GBON staff positions.
Specifically some of those groundbreaking and productive relationships include: the GBON, the Governor, Key Legislators, The Chair(s) of the Senate and House Health & Human Services Committee, The Chair & Vice Chair of Appropriations, and with the Executive Directors (my counterparts) for the other health professions (MAG, The Dentists, PA's, Chiropractors, Family Counselors, Physiologists, Pharmacists, Optometrists, Ophthalmologists etc.).
As a result of GNA's advocacy efforts, $1.6 million was allocated in the FY 2015 state budget to implement mandatory reporting and hire nine new GBON staff positions.
However, many of you are aware that the Georgia Board of Nursing (GBON) IT system provided by Office of the Secretary of State (Brian Kemp) has had many challenges.
In June, Governor Nathan Deal's office announced the appointment of four new members and the reappointment of three members to the Georgia Board of Nursing (GBON).
The Georgia Nurses Association (GNA) is pleased to announce that as a result of the grassroots advocacy of its registered nurse members, $2 million has been allocated to the Georgia Board of Nursing (GBON) for the implementation of mandatory reporting (House Bill 315) in Georgia.
We are looking into creative ways to find some preliminary demand data and, of course, we are constantly working with the Georgia Board of Nursing (GBON) to obtain our licensure data.
This summer, the GBON assembled a task force to lay the necessary groundwork for implementation of the new continuing competency requirements as required by Georgia law.
For over a year, the Georgia Nurses Association (GNA) worked with the GBON and other external stakeholders to ensure the passage of continuing competency and mandatory reporting laws that promote patient safety and do not overburden RNs seeking licensure renewal.