The National Nursing Network Organization is based on the principles of grassroots campaigning, and that means that each of you is capable of making a difference in educating others about the National Nurse Initiative.
Thank you to Kathy Palilonis RN BSN, Director In-Service Education at Immaculate Mary Home located in Phila,Pennsylvania who created this poster board in honor of National Nurses Week.
Meanwhile, on the other side of the country, Susan Sullivan MSN, PHN for displayed this posterboard in Orange County, California.
Up north, in Portland, Oregon, nursing students used the posterboard concept to educate others about the health services available to their patients in the Portland Metropolitan area. Pictured from left to right are Shannon Munden and Theresa DeMello.
To help in your efforts to teach others about what the Office of the National Nurse will accomplish, the team has created this free poster for your use. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
if you are interested in receiving this.
Finally, there is a lot of merchandise for sale at www.cafepress.org/nationalnurse
including larger versions of this poster, buttons, bumperstickers, mousepads, teeshirts and mugs. Proceeds from these sales helps to support the lobbying efforts of the National Nurse team, including payments for the website domains (the National Nursing Network owns www.nationalnurse.org, www.nationalnurse.info, www.nationalnurse.net, www.nationalnurse.us) and the emailed newsletters. If you would rather send a direct donation to the campaign, click on the Donate Now button in the upper left hand corner of the screen. The Board of Directors thanks you for supporting the efforts to create an Office of the National Nurse.
The National Nursing Network Organization Team—Thursday, June 21, 2007