2018 Student Conference

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Presentations Given at the 2018 Student Conference

As many of you prepare for your NCLEX exam, apply for your first nursing position and transition into your nursing career, we thought you might what to review some of the information presented at our Graduating Student Conference: Creating Your Nursing Future 2018.  Please feel free to share this information with your fellow students who were not able to join us.  Best wishes with your nursing careers and remember that membership to NHNA/ANA provides lots of resources to help you transition into this rewarding profession.

Prep for Success
Prep for Success: An overview of the NCLEX license exam and tips on how to prepare for it as presented by Pamela Kallmerten, DNP, RN, CNL

Surviving and Thriving During Your Job Search
Surviving & Thriving Your First Job Search: Tips for applying for nursing positions and preparing for your job interview presented by Jane Delmar, BS and HR Business Partner for Catholic Medical Center 

Don't Become a Case Study: Protect Your License
Don't Become a Case Study: Protect Your License: Describes what NSO .....by David Griffiths, SVP, Nurses Service Organization (NSO)


The Role of Professional Organizations and Advocacy
The Role of Professional Organizations and Advocacy: Describes the benefits of joining a professional organization and the difference between state, national and specialty organizations presented by Bobbie D. Bagley, MS. RN, MPH, CPH, Director of Public Health & Community Services, City of Nashua


RN Workforce Data Analysis
RN Workforce Data Analysis: Examines the demographic, education and employment workforce information and trends of registered nurses presented by Kristi Dalby, MSN, RN,CNE and Sherrie Palmieri, DNP, MBA, RN, CNE, CPHQ

Nursing Career Paths and Education
Nursing Career Paths and Education: Explores the Alphabet Soup of Degrees and Certifications presented by Teresa Knight, MSN, MEd, RN, Director of Nursing Programs, Granite State College

Nurses Inspire, Innovate, Influence
Nurses Inspire, Innovate, Influence: Offers tips about how to involved in advocacy and policy presented by Carlene Ferrier, President, NHNA

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