Have you submitted your poster for the 2020 Annual Conference? The deadline is October 26! Don’t miss the opportunity to present your research to hundreds of clinical nurse specialists.
The deadline for nominations has been extended to September 6, 2019. What a great way to participate in CNS Week!
We invite you to become a volunteer leader for the 2020-2022 election term for the NACNS Nominating Committee. This is your opportunity to expand your professional experiences and enhance your career growth.
Being recognized as a CNSI Fellow is a prestigious honor and only awarded to those NACNS members who epitomize the excellence of Clinical Nurse Specialists as leaders of the nursing profession, staunch advocates for patients and families, and forerunners of innovations to improve the health of populations. Information about eligibility criteria and the application process will be covered in this webinar.
Thursday, August 22 at 12:00pm-1:00pm EDT
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The Call for Abstracts is now open for the 2020 NACNS Annual Conference: Transforming Health Care: Our Past, Our Present, & Our Future.
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Volunteer service is highly valued by employers and helps build your leadership skills. NACNS leaders go on to leadership positions in other organizations and on other boards.
Is it time for you to step up and run for office?
The call for CNS Awards is officially open!!! Nominate your outstanding CNS colleagues for one of the 5 individual CNS awards. Applications for the fabulous, fantastic, and maybe fanciful Affiliate Award are also solicited. The deadline for completed applications is September 16, 2019.
Clinical nurse specialists bring an incredible value to patients, organizations, and communities. The CNS Institute is highlighting innovative CNS roles, projects, outcomes, and NACNS initiatives with its new video competition, begun this year!
Registration is open for the 2019 NACNS Annual Meeting – the only national conference dedicated to the clinical nurse specialist. It will be held March 6 – 9 at the Renaissance Orlando in Florida.
The 2018 CNS Census is an online survey designed to capture information about people who identify themselves – or who were, or are being, educated as – clinical nurse specialists.
Open Enrollment for health insurance through the marketplace at HealthCare.gov ends this Saturday, December 15. That means people have just a few days left to enroll in, re-enroll in, or change, a Marketplace plan.