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  1. 1. PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN NU Definition: Professional associations have been defined as groups of people who share a set of professional values and who decide to join their colleagues to affect a change. --Poder-Wise (2007) The Professional Organization is the one that provides a means through which efforts can be channeled with authority because of the number it represents. --Hunt
  2. 2. MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS! Personal benefits • Socialization - Networking • Travel – conferences • Stay Connected to professional issues • Scholarships
  3. 3. PROFESSIONAL BENEFITS! • Spring Board your Career! • Political Influence • Professional Standards • Credentialing • Quick Access to Staff experts on Practice advocacy • Professional Journals
  4. 4. INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
  5. 5. International Council of Nurses (ICN) American Nurses Association (ANA) Sigma theta Tau International National League for Nurses (NLN) Commonwealth Nurses Federation American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) WHO UNICEF International Red Cross NAINA
  6. 6. INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF NURSES ( • World’s largest and widest reaching International organization • 130 National Nurses Organizations • Represents 13 million International Nurses • Founded 1899
  7. 7. The Three goals are: • To bring nursing together worldwide • To advance nurses and nursing worldwide • To influence health policy. Core Values: • Visionary Leadership • Inclusiveness • Flexibility • Partnership • Achievement
  8. 8. 1. Professional Nursing Practice Provides guidelines and policies for- • International classification for Nursing Practice •Education, Management & Research 2.Nursing Regulation: • Code of ethics • Continuing Education •Regulation and credentialing 3.Socioeconomic welfare of Nurses • Occupational Health • HRM • Career development 4. Partnerships and Alliances
  9. 9. • The only full service professional organization • Representing the RNs of USA Functions: • Policy development • Organizations partnership • Lobbying • Publications and Newsletters > The American Nurse > American Nurse Today
  10. 10. • Honor society of Nursing – 1922 • Storgé, Tharsos and Timé meaning "love," "courage" and "honor • Organizational Mission “….support thelearning,knowledge,and professional development of nurses committed to making adifference in health worldwide.”
  11. 11. • By invitation • Baccalaureate and graduate nursing students who demonstrate excellence in scholarship • Nurse leaders exhibiting exceptional achievements in nursing. Core Areas • Education • Leadership • Career development • Evidence-based nursing • Research and scholarship
  12. 12. • Journal of Nursing Scholarship • Reflections on Nursing Leadership • WORLD views on Evidence-Based Nursing • Chapter Leader Emphasis • STTI connect • Scholarly books on a wide range of topics in nursing Virginia Henderson International Nursing Library
  13. 13. National League for Nursing • Created in 1893 - The 1st Nursing organization in USA.. • “the establishment and maintenance of a universal standard of training” for nursing Mission • “…..promotes excellence in nursing education tobuild astrong and diverse nursing workforce” NLN T h e V o i c e f o r N u r s i n g E d u c a t i o n
  14. 14. FUNCTIO NS • • • • Core Values • CARING • INTEGRITY • DIVERSITY • EXCELLENCE • • •
  15. 15. • • OBJECTIVES: • • • • •
  16. 16. Membership • Full membership • Affiliate membership Headquaters London, UK Office Bearers President: Ms. Susie Kong (Singapore) Vice President: Mr. Satish Chawla (India)
  17. 17. b • “Serves the public interest by setting standards, providing resources, and developing the leadership capacity of member schools to advance nursing education, research, and practice”
  18. 18. Programs • Curriculum standards • Government Advocacy • Accreditation • Research and Data Services • Conferences and special Projects • Publications
  19. 19.
  20. 20. Principles … • Humanity • Impartiality • Neutrality • Independence • Volunteerism • Unity & • Universality Headquaters Geneva, Switzerland President Jakob Kellenberger Director-General Angelo Gnaedinger
  21. 21. • “UNICEF is mandated by theUnited Nations General Assembly toadvocatefor the protection ofchildren's rights, tohelp meet their basic needs and toexpand their opportunities to reach their full potential” • Headquarters – New York
  22. 22. • Estb. 1948 specialized agency of the UN. Nursing in the WHO: Chief Scientist for Nursing – Hirschfield (Israel)
  23. 23. PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AT THE NATIONAL AND STATE LEVEL
  24. 24. Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI) Student Nurses Association (SNA) CMAI – Nurses League Indian Nursing Council Evangelical Nurses Fellowship of India Society of Indian Neuroscience Nurses Oncology Nurses Association of India Nursing Research Society of India Indian Society of Psychiatry Nurses Society of Midwives India Indian Confederation for Health Care Accreditation (ICHA)
  25. 25. TRAINED NURSES ASSOCIATION OF IND (TNAI) • Established in 1922, dates back to 1905 • Sections within the TNAI • Nursing Service • Nursing education • Nursing Research • Socio - Economic welfare • Clinical Speciality
  26. 26. • Nurses Charter • Standardization of Nursing Education • Service Condition for Nurses • Continuing Education Programme • Socio – Economic Welfare programmes • Scholarships • Nurse’s welfare Funds • Relationship with the Government • International Affiliations • Projects
  27. 27. • • • • • • • • Publications: The Nursing Journal of India Indian Nursing Year Book TNAI handbook Basic principles of Nursing Care Simplified Microbiology Nursing Administration History and trends of Nursing in India Fundamentals of Nursing Procedure manual
  28. 28. • President – Mr. A.B Kulkarni • Vice President – Sr. (Prof) Gilbert • Secretary General – Mrs. Sheila Seda
  29. 29. ORGANIZED IN 1920 - UNDER THE TNAI. Activities of the SNA 1. Organization of meetings and Conferences 2. Maintenance of SNA diary 3. Exibition 4. Public speaking 5. Propagation of Nursing as a profession 6. Fund Raising 7. Socio – Cultural and recreational activities
  30. 30. Established in 1947 under the Indian Nursing Council Act of 1947 Aims, Objectives and Functions of INC: 1. Uniform standard of nursing education through inspection. 2. Recognition of qualifications for registration and employment 3. Approval of foreign qualification 4. Syllabus and regulations for nursing programs 5. Withdraw recognition 6. Advice State Nursing Councils, examining boards, state and federal government. 7. Approval of registration of Indian and Foreign educated Nurses
  31. 31. Committees: 1.Executive committee of the Council- maintenance of standards of nursing programs 2. The Nursing Education Committee- nursing education and policy matters 3. Equivalence committee- issues of recognition of foreign qualifications Publications: 1.Teaching material for quality assurance model 2. Practice standards for nursing
  32. 32. • New Delhi Board of Directors • President – Shri. Dileep Kumar • Vice President – Dr. Asha Sharma • Asst. Secretary – Mrs. K.S. Bharathi
  33. 33. Founded in 1930 as the Nurses Auxilliary of CMAI Objectives • • • • • • • Promote cooperation and encouragement Efficiency in nursing education and services Highest quality of candidates Secure highest standards of education Consider special work and problems of Implementing schemes of comprehensive healthcare Help in calamities and disasters
  34. 34. Activities: • • • • • • • • • Mentoring leaders Health and development Consultancy services Policy advocacy Dialogue with church on health and wholeness Supporting new health and development initiatives Dissemination of information Publications.. Scholarships…
  35. 35. Objectives: • • • • • • Good news of Jesus Christ to nursing practice and education Foster growth of Christian community Practice nursing from Christian worldview Mentor students to view nursing as ministry Leaders for ongoing Christians influence on nursing Equip nurses for worldwide mission through nursing
  36. 36. Formed in November 1994 at Tata Memorial Hospital Aims and Objectives: 1.To bring together the disciplines of Oncology nurses towards the betterment of Cancer care. 2.To standardize the current practice of Oncology nursing in the country.
  37. 37. 3.To encourage the advancement of education in Cancer nursing. 4.To serve as a link for other regional and local organizations that influence the development of Oncology nursing. • Awards… • Cancer awareness Campaigns • ONAI is affiliated to the • International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care & • Australian Cancer Nursing Association
  38. 38. THE SOCIETY OF INDIAN NEUROSCIENCE N • Dedicated to the development and promotion of neuroscience Nursing activities • • • • • • Aims and objectives: Highest standard in the ethics and practice Maintain close association and cooperation Adequate opportunities to those qualified Promote research in neurological nursing To receive donations…..to further the aims and objectives • Disciplinary committee…
  39. 39. Established in 1986 “ to promote research within and around nursing environment Aims and Objectives: 1. Development of nursing research activities 2. Platform to nurse scientists to exchange views 3. Sponsor scientific meets, seminars and conferences 4. Create public interest in contribution of nursing to health and family welfare 5. Establish nursing research journal of India
  40. 40. • Registered under cooperative Society Act in 1991 with a motive of…. 1. Enhancing advanced knowledge and skills in Psychiatric nursing 2. Provide platform for discussion and deliberation On EBP 3. Create awareness and translate research findings
  41. 41. Obtained membership with ICM in 2003. Objectives: 1. Mainstreaming midwifery practice in clinical and public health 2. Women’s awareness, choices and decisions for safe motherhood 3. Improving standards of maternal and newborn care 4. Enabling midwifery practices through better education, training and research
  42. 42. ICHA is a National non-profit organisation Mission: “Establish validated excellence in healthcare through collaborativeteameffort toachieve ever-higher optimal levels of quality, access, cost and risk minimisation “
  43. 43. 1. Balance of rights and responsibilities 2. Credibility through integrity and quality 3. Failure mode redressals – Withdrawal of accreditation – Action by ICHA on redressal of complaints – Support to the right practices. 4. Integration rather than division 5. Innovation encouraged 6. Choice of Adaptation and adoption in implementation 7. Trust- Transparency- Transactions as core operative framework. 8. Work through Volunteering – Negotiation - Conciliation

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