National Student Nurses Association

Na·tion·al Stu·dent Nurs·es As·so·ci·a·tion

(nash'ŏ-năl stū'dĕnt nŭrs'ĕz ă-sō'sē-ā'shŭn)
A nonprofit organization, founded in 1952, for students enrolled in all generic nursing programs as well as generic graduate nursing programs; official publication is Imprint, which is published five times a year and is distributed to all members. The organization also sponsors an annual convention, awards scholarships, and participates in legislative activities to promote health care and the future of nursing.
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National Student Nurses Association



The primary organization for student nurses in the U.S., a counterpart of the American Nurses Association.
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While we are students, we are continually questioning our impact on the profession and one way of making a direct impact is to participate in the local, state, and National Student Nurses Association (NSNA).
I was also a member of the resolutions committee for the National Student Nurses Association. These experiences during nursing school introduced me to the benefit of membership in state nursing associations, and I joined TNA immediately after graduation.
Colorado Student Nurses Association offered additional breakout sessions specific to key elements of "Setting Yourself Apart" as a new graduate job candidate and were pleased to welcome Adam Tebben, President of the National Student Nurses Association. Both RNs and students share networking opportunities with a Friday evening Poster Session and reception, and the luncheon on Saturday.
* The President of the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA) noted that NSNA has several position statements that speak to care and the LGBTQ community.
Maryland Association of Nursing Students Receives Awards at the National Student Nurses Association Convention
ATLANTA -- Ryan Bannan, a junior in Mercer University's Georgia Baptist College of Nursing, was elected president of the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA) during the organization's 63rd annual convention, April 8-12, in Phoenix, Arizona.
The literature review continued with the identification of information about student nursing associations such as the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA) and other professional nursing associations such as the New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA).
A June 2009 survey by the National Student Nurses Association found that 44 percent of recent graduates hadn't landed a nursing job.
MU Sinclair School of Nursing instructor Donna Otto is the 2010 recipient of the National Student Nurses Association' (NSNA) Leader of Leaders award.
OFFICES HELD: National Student Nurses Association, National Director; NSNA Chairman of Programs Convention and Planning Committee; Indiana Association of Nursing Students-Past President; IANS Director of Programs; IANS Convention and Planning Officer
In addition, the NLN is urged to work with the National Student Nurses Association's Venture Scholars program to encourage minority students to consider careers in education.

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