International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame nominations open until 7 December
The International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame recognizes STTI members who are nurse researchers with long-term broad national and/or international recognition for their lifetime work and whose research has impacted the profession and the people it serves. Recognize a friend or colleague with a nomination before the 7 December deadline. Find more information on the International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame.
Submit your abstract for the 23rd International Nursing Research Congress today.
Opportunities are available for submitting abstracts for the 23rd International Nursing Research Congress. Research and evidence-based practice abstracts are currently being accepted. The submission deadline is 7 December 2011. Additional information and how to submit your abstract can be found online at the 2012 Congress webpage.
Apply now for the Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy.
The MCH Nurse Leadership Academy is an exciting, intense and career-changing experience for maternal-child health nurses and nurse midwives. Applications close on 16 January 2012. Please visit the Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy webpage for more information.
Submit an application for an international nursing research grant.
With its continued mission of supporting the advancement of nursing research, STTI is currently accepting applications until 1 December 2011 for international and collaborative nursing grants. Grants are made possible through contributions to the Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation for Nursing’s research endowment. Additional information can be found online at the Research Grant Opportunities webpage.
Learn more about autism.
Visit the Virginia Henderson International Nursing Library to read complimentary full-text articles from CINAHL on topics that rotate each month. The articles for December focus on autism. Read your free articles.
Through the Chapter-Get-a-Member and Member-Get-a-Member campaigns, you have the opportunity to identify nurse colleagues and friends who exemplify this vision of nursing excellence. If you are a current member of STTI and know a nurse leader who is not a member, honor him or her by extending an invitation to apply. More information can be found on the Get-a-Member webpage.
Third cohort added for GNLA.
STTI is pleased to announce the opportunity to apply to join a third Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy cohort. The Retirement Research Foundation is the primary funder for this new cohort. The call for applications will be released by 17 February 2012 with applications due on 2 April 2012 and selections made by the end of April. The fellowship will continue through the STTI biennial convention in November 2013. Contact the International Leadership Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Tailor your STTI leadership experience.
The Leadership Development System is an interactive tool that supports the learning, knowledge and professional development for members by providing easy access to products, programs and events. It’s an expedient way to match an individual’s level of leadership, focus of practice and scope of influence to a variety of resources. Visit the Leadership Development System and discover what it has to offer you!
Sharecare experts could win a STTI book in December.
STTI members are Sharecare nurse experts who volunteer to answer health-related questions and provide their nursing expertise while earning incentives. The December incentive will be a copy of the STTI book B is for Balance. Become an STTI Sharecare Expert!
Find volunteer opportunities by completing your VIProfile.
Share your time and talents by completing your Volunteer Interest Profile (VIProfile) and find opportunities at a local or global level. Complete your VIProfile today.
STTI is looking for nurse speakers for the STTI Speakers Bureau.
STTIs Speakers Bureau was created as a resource to provide nursing expertise to professional organizations on a wide range of nursing and health-related topics. You may register to be a speaker in your area of expertise, or search the current database of gerontological speakers. Visit the Speakers Bureau.
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