NUSNA is having a great start to the 2019 school year! The March newsletter encompasses all the events and news from the past three months along with fun pieces from fellow members and alumni. As we get ready for the NSNA convention in exactly one month, we hope to inspire you to attend and learn more about the opportunities that arise from student nursing associations.
As we bid 2018 good-bye, let's take a trip down memory lane through our LAST issue of the year! It has been an eventful and successful year for NUSNA and we look forward for more opportunities and success stories from everyone!
Thank you for being a part of NUSNA and making this organization stronger and better. We are ready for you, 2019!
On October 5-7, NUSNA-SD sent out six delegates at the 2018 CNSA Convention in Visalia. As you can see, the delegates definitely had a lot fun and learned so much from attending different sessions.
Aside from that, congratulations to our Legislative committee for getting their resolution, Increase Awareness on the Advantage of Emotional Intelligence in Nursing Practice, adopted by the house of delegates. NUSNA-SD also won the Chapter Recognition Award and Outstanding Newsletter Award! Lastly, our current Student-Faculty Liaison Jessica who is the 2018-2019 CNSA Secretary/Treasure. We would also like to thank our outgoing VP, Jade Evans, for her contribution to CNSA as the 2017-2018 CNSA VP.
Congratulations, NUSNA-SD. You continue to keep us proud!
Meet our delegates who will be representing NUSNA-SD at the 2018 CNSA Convention. The convention will be held at Visalia Convention Center from October 5-7, 2018. Wish them luck!
Before autumn begins, take a look of our summer-inspired August edition of our student newsletter, The Pulse!
Highlighting the events from July to August, this newsletter provides numerous information and resources for our students. From NUSNA's different committees, NU Planetree Student Committee, BSN residency programs, etc, everything you have to know is only a click away.
As you through the newsletter, you will also read some inspiring and informative write-ups from students, faculty, and a cardiac/forensic nurse.
We hope you enjoy this newsletter. Happy reading!
The 2018 CNSA Convention is almost here! If you are interested in becoming a candidate at the upcoming convention, submit your application to email@example.com. Your bio must include your name, cohort number, a picture, your reason for wanting to attend, and what you hope to gain from it.
More details coming soon!
We are so proud to announce that last academic quarter, National University has obtained 97% NCLEX pass rate for all campuses! GO NU students, we are extremely proud of you! Congratulations to all our NU students NCLEX-RN passers! Good luck in fulfilling your dream as a Registered Nurses!
On October 7th, 2018 from 1:00am-2:00pm, NUSNA will be hosting the CRMO Awareness Walk-A-Thon at the Spectrum Campus to raise money and awareness for a very rare disease!
What is Chronic Recurrent Multifocal Osteomyelitis (CRMO)? It is an auto-inflammatory bone disease that is extremely painful. This diagnosis is rare with 1 in a million actually being diagnosed with it. Patients are typically diagnosed in childhood but since it’s so hard to diagnosis, these patients have already experienced countless tests and many painful flare-ups. The patient’s immune system is impaired and causing systemic inflammation within the bone. This inflammation is painful and causes tenderness on the affected bone, which is often times, a long bone but lesions can be found on any bone of the body including vertebrae.
We encourage all of National to get involved and register for this event! Many of our cohorts have already begun to create their cohort teams to show support for a wonderful cause! In addition, we have set out to break the Guinness World Record for the largest cake walk! This event is sure to be one you won't want to miss and we hope that you all will be able to join us! More details can be found at: https://www.crmoawareness5k.org/.
We had another huge election this month as Cohort 49 are about to finish their program this October. Congratulations to our six incoming Board Members!
Our June 2018 Issue is finally out! It has been eventful for NUSNA as two of the most rewarding and exciting events occurred in the past four months- Southern Commencement and White Coat/Pinning Ceremony! In addition, we had more NUSNA-SD events, more Faces of NUSNA, and new Board Members.
Congratulations to Cohort 47, 48, and LVN 9 who had their white coat and pinning ceremony today! They are so close to becoming great RNs! From NUSNA to you, we wish you luck in all your future endeavors.
On April 4-8, 2018, six NUSNA delegates attended the 66th NSNA Annual Convention at Nashville, TN. The delegates were able to further their professional careers, did some fundraising, and mingled with other nursing students from around the country. NUSNASD also received the Most Outstanding Social Media Award for the Facebook page. Everyone had an amazing and memorable experience!
Our newest edition of The Pulse (our student newsletter) is available for you all to read a bit earlier than usual! In this edition we have more great articles from your peers, alumni, and faculty. It also includes all of our election results from the January election and articles from some of our previous NUSNA events. Also, check out the last page for a restaurant fundraiser flyer! 25% of purchases made at Shake Shack on March 19th will go towards NUSNA (make sure to show them the flyer!). I hope you all enjoy!
The Vets2BSN Project will be hosting an ECG class Wednesday, Feb 21st from 10-11:30 am at the RB campus. It's a great opportunity to brush up on your ECG skills and knowledge. If you are unable to attend the class in person, there is a ZOOM link available.
Make sure to RSVP here: http://evite.me/RMVgUgaBMQ
To attend via ZOOM: https://nu.zoom.us/j/237159420