The Division of Nursing is responsible for the Congress on Nursing Practice which identifies practice and issues impacting the nursing community that can be can be addressed through education, policy, legislation or position statements. Congress members are either elected or appointed to the nine congress positions. This is a deliberative body that focuses on high standards of nursing practice and advocacy for the people nursing serves. The congress meets once a month second Monday from 5:30p.m. - 8p.m. at MNA headquarters.
For more information, please contact the Dorothy McCabe, Director of the Division of Nursing at 781.830.5714 or email@example.com.
The Center for Ethics and Human Rights is comprised of eight members, four of whom are elected and four of whom are appointed by the Board of Directors and focuses on developing the moral competence of MNA membership through assessment, education and evaluation.
The center will:
If you have a question on ethical issues, please e-mail Dorothy McCabe, Director of the Division of Nursing at 781.830.5714 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assisting and guiding the MNA Board of Directors in addressing nursing issues, committee members determine how the organization uses its resources, how it should be governed and how new members should be recruited, among other issues.
Established committees are:
A standing committee is composed of up to ten members. All members are appointed by the Board of Directors. There are no criteria for membership in these committees except membership and or associate membership in the MNA.
The Division of Nursing welcomes any or all questions concerning membership in any of the committees. For more information, please contact the Dorothy McCabe, Director of the Division of Nursing at 781.830.5714 or email@example.com.