18K likes. NBNA News Summer 2017 NBNA News Spring 2015 NBNA News Spring 2019 New Jersey: Lincoln, Inc. NBNA News Spring 2014 The keynote speaker was Dr. Susan Parker, Vice President for Ocean Spring Medical Center. Online periodical: On February 9th 2020 Oregon became the first chapter affiliate of NBNA in the Pacific Northwest! Please include photo with caption as necessary. Title of Periodical, 19(3), 233-239. NBNA’s annual institute and conference features the most prominent speakers in nursing and health care. NBNA News Fall 2017 NBNA publishes its Newsletter four times a year: Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter; and a Journal of NBNA twice a year: spring/summer and fall/winter. Title of article. The NBNA News is the official newsletter of the National Black Nurses Association. Credentials will be placed as followed: highest degree, licensure, and certification graphs and pictures must be included in the document or as an attachment. The Journal of National Black Nurses Association (which is popularly known as JNBNA) is a biannual publication which generally comes in print within spring to summer and at the last month of winter. NBNA mission is to provide a forum for collective action by African American nurses to represent and advocate for strategies to ensure access to healthcare and resources for persons of color. Importantly, African American nursing professionals want to know more about the importance of African American community engagement in genomic medicine, as witnessed through the National Black Nurses Association’s (NBNA) 8 engagement in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) All of Us research program. Issues in Archive NBNA News Fall 2013 NBNA News Special Edition:  Men in Nursing Members are welcome to submit open letters to the editor prior to the deadline. Margins: 1” on all sides Brain health is defined as “making the most of your brain and helping reduce risks to it … NBNA News Fall 2018 Miami Chapter-Black Nurses Association, INC has established an organization to investigate, define and determine what the health needs of African Americans are and implement change to make available to African Americans and other minorities, health care commensurate with that of the larger society. (2011). Articles are considered on a continuing basis. The National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) was organized in 1971 under the leadership of Dr. Lauranne Sams, former Dean and Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama. Regina is the patient care coordinator at Westchester Medical Center in Cleveland, OH. National Black Nurses Association, Silver Spring, Maryland. Four (4) basic forms are presented. There are 117 chapters, in 33 states. All members and non-members are welcome to submit information for publication into NBNA News. Retrieved October 10, 2011, from https://www.nbna.org           Silver Spring, MD  20910 The National Black Nurses' Association, Inc. The name of the article should appear on the first page and should include the author's name with credentials, contact information, position, and institution. Advertising: Pictures for Members on the Move Double-spaced. Posted on 03/24/2020. Summer                        August 10th                         September “These are nurses who are from all levels in their education careers, from RNs to doctoral. The goal of the NBNA is to improve the health status of black people in the United States and to open nursing education and leadership positions for African Americans. August 1974, by Beverly Mason, aka Thabiti Ambata. The Black Nurses Association of Greater Washington, D.C. Area, Inc. (BNAofGWDCA) is the fourth chartered chapter of the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA). Kristina Campbell, PhD, RN, CNE, is the director of the Master in Nursing degree program at Plato University. Our local chapter was founded in 1980 and actively embraced the National initiatives. Periodical: NBNA News Special Edition: National Nurses Week The National Black Nurses Association hosts an annual Institute and Conference in the summer of each year.                   443 Professional Drive, Avondale, TN, 33223 Revised Guidelines for Authors - August 7, 2020 Online document: ​ The National Black Nurses Association provides leadership to advance nursing practice, improve health care for all Americans, particularly the un-served and the underserved and shape health policy for the access and delivery of health care services. References must be in APA format, listed in alphabetical order. NBNA News Summer 2016 (2011). ** Articles are reviewed and may require editing. Direct electronic mailing on nursing and health care issues. NBNA News Special 2013 NBNA website: www.NBNA.org. Unless clearly specified, views, columns, and letters published in NBNA News represent the opinions of the author and do not reflect the official policies of NBNA. Fall                                November 10th                   December A. The purpose of the journal is to provide a forum for critical discussion of relevant issues related to and health care in Black communities including educational, social, economic, and legislative topics; to be a vehicle for the exchange of scholarly works of Black nurses; and to disseminate knowledge about critical practice, research, education, and health care management which affect the Black community. NBNA News Fall 2014 B. Articles are considered on a continuing basis. Mission. Martha Dawson, DNP Assistant Professor Martha Dawson, DNP, has been elected president of the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) and will lead its mission to be “the voice for black nurses and diverse populations ensuring equal access to professional development, promoting educational opportunities and improving health." She is a member of the Hartford Area Black Nurses Association. The mission of the National Black Nurses Association, Inc. (NBNA) is to provide a forum for collective action by African American nurses to “investigate, define, and determine the healthcare needs of African Americans and implement change to make health care available to African Americans and others commensurate to that of the larger society.” The NBNA was organized in 1971 under the leadership of Dr. Lauranne Sams, former Dean of Tuskegee University School of Nursing in Alabama.                   (555) 646-5656 More than 100 exhibitors join us to offer their products, services and employment opportunities. NBNA News Winter 2018 NBNA is committed to excellence in education and conducts continuing education programs for nurses and allied health professionals throughout the year. NBNA News Special Issue 2016 References: NOBNA’s charter was presented at the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) National Convention in 1980. University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Nursing Assistant Professor Martha Dawson DNP, RN, FACHE, has been elected to serve as the 13 th President of the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) Inc. for a two-year term. Alliance of Black Nurses Association of Oregon is investing … NBNA News Special Edition:  COVID-19 Candidate must be currently enrolled in a nursing program with at least one full year of school remaining and must be a member of NBNA. The chapter awarded 5- $1,000 scholarship to freshman nursing students at Ocean Spring College. The Journal of National Black Nurses Association (JNBNA) is published twice a year (Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter). Mail:   National Black Nurses Association We are actively engaged in the many issues currently challenging the profession of nursing. 7. NBNA is a nonprofit organization incorporated on Sept. 2, 1972, in the state of Ohio. All members are welcome to submit professional nursing and chapter activities for publication. Spring                           May 10th                             June The National Black Nurses Association, Inc. (NBNA) has proudly announced that its 48 th annual conference will be virtual this year, spanning three days packed with everything from continuing education sessions to A&A forums to live entertainment.. Slated for September 24-26, the NBNA Conference will offer up to 12 CEs, a career fair, exhibitors showcasing health systems and schools of … Member submission must include the following: Member name, credentials, local chapter role (if any), name of chapter, and details to be published. The NBNA News is the official newsletter of the National Black Nurses Association. Subscription to the Journal of the National Black Nurses Association, a bi-annual published professional refereed journal. Journal of the National Black Nurses Association The NBNA is a professional nursing association representing more than 150,000 black nurses throughout the United States and the Eastern Caribbean. Articles are considered on a continuing basis. National Black Nurses Association, Silver Spring, Maryland. NBNA News Spring 2017 The New Orleans Black Nurse Association, Inc. (NOBNA) was established in Jan 1980 under the leadership of President Fred Moore. NBNA News is a member benefit that is dedicated to informing the membership about current health care advances, board members and local chapter’s activities, acute and chronic diseases, nursing research, national healthcare discussions, career and education opportunities, and health legislation. Submission (All information for NBNA News): We are actively engaged in the many issues currently challenging the profession of nursing. Black Nurses Association of Baltimore, (BNAB) Inc., is Baltimore’s local chapter is an offshoot of our parent organization, National Black Nurses Association (NBNA). B., & Author, C. C. (2011). The New Orleans Black Nurse Association, Inc. (NOBNA) was established in Jan 1980 under the leadership of President Fred Moore. The purpose of this article is to describe the nursing research priorities of the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA). Dr. Campbell’s research focuses on educational disparities among ethnic minority students. NBNA News Guidelines for Submission: Photograph 5. Title of Periodical, 19(3), 233-239. For more than 34 years, the National Black Nurses Association has (NBNA) has been at the forefront in the profession of nursing, advocating for the interests of the African American nurse and improved health care for the African American community. NBNA News Winter 2015 The chapter was incorporated in as a recognized chapter of NBNA and the New Orleans Black Nurses Association strives to fulfill the mission of NBNA. Retrieved October 10, 2011, from https://www.nbna.org 6. Deadlines for submitted information are as followed: Brown, A., & Smith, M. (2010). Editor of the Journal Editorial Board, Copyright © 2020, National Black Nurses Association, INC, NBNA National Initiative on Violence Reduction, DCH Introduces New Breast Milk Program To Save Premature Babies, 2019 NBNA and NIH All Of Us Research Initiative, Revised Guidelines for Authors - August 7, 2020. Click on the following image to view NBNA' s latest issue: A., & Author, B. Statistics indicate that African-American women have the highest rate of obesity among all racial groups. Be a networking resource for Black nurses and the community. Font size 12 The Journal of the National Black Nurses Association (JNBNA) is an official publication of the National Black Nurses Association. NBNA serves as the professional voice for over 250,000 African American registered nurses, licensed vocational/practical nurses, nursing students, and retired nurses from the USA, Eastern Caribbean, and Africa. Book: NBNA News Winter 2014 National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) 2020 Scholarship Awards Available! NBNA is a non-profit organization incorporated on September 2, … Winter                           February 10th                      March Chapter, group, and individual pictures must include captions. 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During the May 1997 Third Invitational Minority Nursing Congress, the presidents of the Asian American Pacific/Islanders Nurses Association (AAPINA), National Association Hispanic Nurses (NAHN), National Alaska Native American Indian Nurses Association (NANAINA) and the National Black Nurse Association (NBNA) came together to discuss a collaborative organization to consider the … Regina Carver, MSN, RN, Treasurer, Piney Branch BNA, received her certification in nursing administration. NBNA represents approximately 200,000 African American nurses from the U.S., Canada, Eastern Caribbean and Africa, with 115 chartered chapters nationwide. Lexington Chapter of NBNA, Inc. membership includes registered nurses, who are nursing clinical and academic leaders, advanced practice, research and student nurses from central Kentucky schools.