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Nursing is one of the largest health care professions in the world, with more than 300,000 nurses in Texas alone. However, nurses still face multiple factors that limit their full potential to influence policy. The ever-changing health care environment requires nurses to play key roles in the formulation of, development of and implementation of health care policy.
Join us to increase the collective capacity of nursing’s influence in policy! Learn from statewide experts on how nurses can affect policy development and implementation — from analyzing policy to establishing relationships with policy makers to running for office —and how to develop action plans for expanding individual capacity for policy influence.
Seeking Sponsors and Exhibitors for the 2020 Policy Summit and House of Delegates
Reach 350 Texas nurses in one place including chief nursing officers, mid-managers, deans, directors, faculty, and other nurses aspiring to leadership in organizations across Texas. Read the sponsorship kit.
To become an event sponsor or to exhibit, click below (or download the form to pay by check) and review the rules and regulations. Register or return completed form to Laura Lang by May 1, 2020. Payment must be received no later than May 15, 2020.
HOD Resolution Submissions
Resolutions are important mechanisms which help TNA establish and make known the position of the organization and substantive matters. Resolutions are voted on by TNA Board of Directors in February. Learn more about this process here.
The deadline to submit resolutions to be considered at the next HOD meeting is Feb. 3. Send proposed resolutions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2020 Leaders and Legends of Nursing
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS OPEN!
The Leaders and Legends of Nursing honors members, both living and deceased, whose volunteer service to the association significantly contributed to TNA and health transformation locally, state-wide and nationally. Nominations can be submitted by individual members, committees, task forces, TNA Districts or the TNA Board of Directors. Nominees should be members who have served on a committee, task force, special work group or the board of the Texas Nurses Association or who have represented the association through their appointment to a statewide committee, task force, coalition or other policy group between the years of 1960 and 2000.
Nominations will be reviewed and evaluated by the TNA Committee on Awards and recommendations forwarded to the TNA Board of Directors who will make the final selection. A maximum of four Living Legends and three Posthumous Legends will be recognized at each event, which takes place in even-numbered years at TNA's annual meeting.
2019 Policy Summit and House of Delegates
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