Advanced Practice Registered Nurses from Mississippi, Alabama, and all surrounding states are invited to join us in Mobile, Alabama for the 2014 APRN Spring Conference April 11-12. Registration is now OPEN!
Thursday, January 16th, 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. RNs and APRNs will gather at the Capitol for a day of learning and lobbying. Your nursing future may depend on your voices being heard right now! Please wear your white coats and/or professional attire. Let your presence be known!
Effective January 1, 2014, ANA will increase the membership dues to the state nurses associations. This increase is in accordance with the dues escalator methodology approved by the ANA House of Delegates. Based on MNA’s Bylaws, MNA’s membership dues will likewise increase by an amount equivalent to the amount of the ANA increase. MNA is acutely aware of its responsibility to manage the resources of MNA. We pledge to continue our tradition of ensuring that funds are used in the most efficient and prudent manner possible.
Come join us in Mobile, Alabama
for the 2014 APRN Spring Conference
Partners in Healthcare
Battle House Renaissance
26 North Royal Street
To download a registration form:
To register on-line as a member or previous attendee:
To register on-line (all other attendees):
To view the 2014 APRN Spring Conference Preview Guide:
You will have an opportunity to hear top-rated speakers and experts in their respective fields, receive hands-on experience, and attend a controlled substances review. The session speakers will bring you topics with a broad array of appeal to advanced practice nurses in the primary and acute care settings. (The 2014 Spring Conference Preview Guide will be coming soon!)
Sessions and workshops will include:
And so much more!
2014 NIGHTINGALE AWARDS GALA
The annual awards gala, also known as the "Academy Award" of quality service in the nursing and health care industry sponsored by the Mississippi Nurses' Association and the Mississippi Nurses' Foundation, will be Monday, March 3, at 7:00 p.m., at the Jackson Marriott in downtown Jackson.
This black-tie event which distinguish those men, women and organizations that have made a special effort to excel in the area of health care, will be emceed by Marshall Ramsey, cartoonist for the Clarion Ledger, and host of the Marshall Ramsey Show.
Tickets are $60 per person or $550 for a table of ten. Silver, Gold and Platinum sponsorships are always appreciated. A packet can be obtained using the following link: sponsorships. Please make your reservations as soon as possible.
You can now purchase the MNA centennial book, A Way to Serve: The Mississippi Nurses Association, 1911-2011 by Seetha Srinivasan, Director Emerita University Press of Mississippi online. Check in at the MNA Market Place and make your order.
Copies of the Mississippi Nurses Association and Mississippi Public Broadcasting documentary, A Way to Serve, based on the book A Way to Serve: The Mississippi Nurses’ Association, 1911 – 2011 by Seetha Srinivasan. It tells a story of nurse leaders, the growth and development of nursing education and practice, and the strides made for patients and in healthcare legislation during the last 100 years in Mississippi. DVDs of the documentary can be ordered online at MNA’s Market Place. (Image courtesy of Mississippi Public Broadcasting.)
MNA is a partner with Mississippi Public Broadcasting’s flagship wellness show, Southern Remedy.The weekly radio program, hosted by Dr. Rick deShazo and MPB’s Kevin Farrell, and its companion -- Southern Remedy: Mississippi's Big Problem, a quarterly television program, are dedicated to keeping Mississippians healthy.The radio show invites listeners to call in or email with their medical questions. The show covers a vast range of topics from smoking cessation to sore throats in toddlers and regularly features medical experts talking about specific topics. On Mississippi's Big Problem, Dr. Rick digs into the biggest crisis facing Mississippi in many years -- obesity. Find out more about Southern Remedy Program and make listening a weekly habit.