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The Mission of the North Dakota Nurses Association is and enhance health care for all through practice, education, research and development of public policy.

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1 The Mission of the North Dakota Nurses Association is and enhance health care for all through practice, education, research and development of public policy to promote the professional development of nurses and enhance health care for all through practice, education, research and development of public policy

2 Created 1912 Incorporated 1916

3 You are cordially invited to join the North Dakota Nurses Association See the NDNA Website at  Click on Join NDNA You will land at  Click on the link to ANA website to join electronically.  Click on Full Membership (Be ready to provide your address) Full membership is just $20.50/ month! Less than 70¢ a day! The Mission of the North Dakota Nurses Association is to promote the professional development of nurses and enhance health care for all to promote the professional development of nurses and enhance health care for all through practice, education, research and development of public policy.

4 Organizational Structure

5 Districts

6 Virtual NDNA

7 How does “virtual” work? Relies on communication via internet and News posted to NDNA website and sent via electronic newsletter. Use of Meeting Wizard to establish meeting dates and time Use of teleconference system to conduct meetings

8 You are cordially invited to join the North Dakota Nurses Association See the NDNA Website at  Click on Join NDNA You will land at  Click on the link to ANA website to join electronically.  Click on Full Membership (Be ready to provide your address) Full membership is just $20.50/ month! Less than 70¢ a day! The Mission of the North Dakota Nurses Association is to promote the professional development of nurses and enhance health care for all to promote the professional development of nurses and enhance health care for all through practice, education, research and development of public policy.

9 Vice Presidents and Advisory Committees and enhance health care for all through practice, education, research and development of public policy”Strategic planning identified the need to focus on key areas to meet the NDNA mission of “to promote the professional development of nurses and enhance health care for all through practice, education, research and development of public policy”

10 President Roberta Young, MSN, RN –Liaison between state and national office (ANA) –Spokesperson for NDNA –Provides leadership for the state association

11 Advisory Committees VP Membership Services –Tammy Buchholz MSN, RN Membership Services –Develops and implements strategies that serve the membership –Seeks solutions for membership recruitment and retention activities.

12 Advisory Committees VP Finance –Donelle Richmond BSN, RN Finance Committee –Oversight of yearly budget –Develops and implements fund raising activities

13 Advisory Committees VP Communications –Amanda Erickson BSN Communications Committee –Develops and implements strategies to increase communication among members –Assists with content for Prairie Rose

14 Advisory Committees VP Government Relations –Kristin Roers MSN, RN Government Relations Committee –Develops and communicates NDNA political platform –Communicates with members via the Legislative Blog during sessions.

15 Advisory Committees VP Practice, Education, Administration, Research (PEAR) –Julie Bruhn MSN, RN PEAR Committee –Develops and implements projects that focus on nursing practice issues in all the different areas nurses practice

16 All NDNA members are invited to serve on any of the advisory committees, participation is usually via teleconference.

17 You are cordially invited to join the North Dakota Nurses Association See the NDNA Website at  Click on Join NDNA You will land at  Click on the link to ANA website to join electronically.  Click on Full Membership (Be ready to provide your address) Full membership is just $20.50/ month! Less than 70¢ a day! The Mission of the North Dakota Nurses Association is to promote the professional development of nurses and enhance health care for all to promote the professional development of nurses and enhance health care for all through practice, education, research and development of public policy.

18 Association/

19 You are cordially invited to join the North Dakota Nurses Association See the NDNA Website at  Click on Join NDNA You will land at  Click on the link to ANA website to join electronically.  Click on Full Membership (Be ready to provide your address) Full membership is just $20.50/ month! Less than 70¢ a day! The Mission of the North Dakota Nurses Association is to promote the professional development of nurses and enhance health care for all to promote the professional development of nurses and enhance health care for all through practice, education, research and development of public policy.

20 Attributes of a Profession Knowledge Curiosity Accountability Autonomy Advocacy Innovation Collegiality/ Collaboration Ethics/ Values

21 Contact Information Phone

22 You are cordially invited to join the North Dakota Nurses Association See the NDNA Website at  Click on Join NDNA You will land at  Click on the link to ANA website to join electronically.  Click on Full Membership (Be ready to provide your address) Full membership is just $20.50/ month! Less than 70¢ a day! The Mission of the North Dakota Nurses Association is to promote the professional development of nurses and enhance health care for all to promote the professional development of nurses and enhance health care for all through practice, education, research and development of public policy.


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