© 2019 Southern Nevada Black Nurses Association

On July 27, 2019 during its National Conference the National Black Nurses Association, Inc. awarded our chapter, the Southern Nevada Black Nurses Association, Inc. a ‘Certificate of Appreciation.’  We received recognition for our efforts in recruiting the highest number of Male Members for any Small Chapter.  The acknowledgement was made by Martha Dawson, DNP, RN, FACHE and Chair of the National Black Burses Association, Inc. Membership Committee.

Sickled Not Broken Foundation of Nevada & Cure 4 the Kids Foundation is hosting its 1st Annual Sickle Cell Symposium on Saturday, September 14, 2019. We are requesting your attendance and/or participation with sponsorship, exhibitor and/or donation.  For additional information, CLICK HERE

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Applications for Culture of Health Leaders open January 11, 2019, and we have a quick favor to ask: Could you please help us reach people who might not otherwise hear about this leadership development opportunity?

 

You likely know people we don’t who could be a great fit for this program. Last year, the number one reason people applied was because someone they knew encouraged them to. With your help, we can reach qualified candidates from even more communities, sectors, and perspectives, and build an even more diverse network of leaders.

 

We hope to find more people from all sectors and professions, especially tech and business, as well as emerging leaders who are ready to take their work and vision to the next level.

 

When you think broadly about building a Culture of Health—and bringing together diverse voices from across the country to find innovative solutions—who comes to mind?

 

CLICK HERE to register.

The Southern Nevada Black Nurses Association (SNBNA) nurses are advocates for African American healthcare consumers. We act as change agents, serve as the national nursing body to influence legislation and policies that affect healthcare consumers, and conduct, analyze and publish research to increase the body of knowledge about the health needs of African Americans.

We collaborate with other African American groups, recruit, counsel, and assist all professionals interested in the nursing profession.

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