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NANN & NANNP Call for Volunteers

NANN Nominations Committee

NANN is seeking four (4) members to serve on the Nominations Committee. The committee's purpose is to develop the slate of candidates for NANN’s annual election and it identifies at least two candidates for every open position on the NANN board of directors. Committee members should have a variety of contacts within NANN so they can identify and evaluate candidates who represent different job roles and work settings, have knowledge of the organization, and demonstrate NANN’s leadership competencies of administration, advocacy, clinical care, education, quality improvement and research. The Nominations Committee is active in the first half of the year.

Term: Committee members are asked to serve one 2-year term (maximum).

Committee Member Responsibilities: Participate in review of potential election candidates, identify additional candidates, if needed, and select a final slate of candidates to run for office. Committee members will contact prospective candidates to obtain consent to run for election, contact candidates with election results, and facilitate exit interviews with outgoing board members.

Apply online by January 8, 2016!

Call for Volunteers: Task Force to Revise The Management of Hypotension in the
Very-Low-Birth-Weight Infant: Guideline for Practice

NANNP is seeking two to three (2-3) members to serve on the Task Force to Revise The Management of Hypotension in the Very-Low-Birth-Weight Infant: Guideline for Practice. The task force will systematically revise NANNP’s guidelines on hypotension of the VLBW infant. Task force members should be NNPs currently working in Level III/IV NICUs who are able to review the literature on this topic and are able to meet for monthly phone calls for six months. This is an excellent opportunity for early career NNPs to get involved on behalf of NANNP.
Term: Task Force members are asked to serve for six months or until the project is complete.

Task Force Member Responsibilities: The task force will conduct a review of literature on hypotension of the VLBW infant, compare it to current practices and the NANNP statement, and discuss the edits which must be made to revise the current document. Lyn Vargo and Terri Cavaliere, the original authors of this guideline, will be on the task force.

Apply online by January 8, 2016!

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