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NADONA of ND MISSION STATEMENT

NADONA of ND MISSION STATEMENT

N - Network with colleagues
A - Advocate for Nurse Administrators
D - Develop educational and informative programs
O - Organize professional growth opportunities
N - Nurture and support each other
A - Act as a catalyst in policy development affecting long term care


The mission of NADONA of North Dakota is to provide support for its members through networking and education and to act as a catalyst in policy development affecting long term care.

The mission of NADONA of North Dakota is to provide support for its members through networking and education and to act as a catalyst in policy development affecting long term care.

National Association of Directors Of Nursing Administration / Long Term Care of North Dakota (NADONA of ND)

NADONA of ND is a non-profit organization representing registered nurses who are currently or have previously served in a position as Director or Assistant or Associate Directors or nurse manager or Consulting Director of Nursing in a state licensed long term care facility or long term care facility based home health unit.

NADONA of ND serves as a forum for the formulation, inquisition, publication and dissemination of the principles concerning the acceptable efforts and practices in long term care nursing administration as outlined in the NADONA Code of ethics. NADONA works closely with NDLTCA, State governmental agencies along with other professional nursing associations.

NADONA of ND is governed by an 11 member Executive Board. The Executive Board consists of a President, vice President, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer who are elected by the Membership. Regional Directors (6) are selected by the individual regions. Members serve on a number of committees.

MEMBERSHIP:

A. Active members shall consist of:

1. Any licensed registered nurse who is currently or has previously served in a position as Director or Assistant or Associate,  Directors or Consulting Director of Nursing in a state licensed long term care facility or long term care facility based home health unit, or other nurse administrator in long term care who shall have paid appropriate fees will be considered for membership.

B. Associate members shall be defined as:

1. Any professional involved in the health care field, interested in supporting the goals and objectives of this Association.

2. Any professional health care organization involved in the health care field, interested in supporting the goals and objectives of this Association.

C. Patron members shall be defined as:

1. Any interested professional or non-professional involved in providing services or products to the long term care industry may be eligible for membership.

D. Honorary members shall be defined as:

1. One who has rendered notable service to this Association. Upon the signed recommendation of one member; seconded by another member and by a majority vote of the Board of Directors. Honorary life membership can be conferred upon an individual who shall have rendered notable service to the Association. An honorary member shall have none of the obligations of membership in the Association, but shall be entitled to all of the privileges except those of making motions, voting and of holding office.

Associate and Patron members may attend meetings of NADONA and be members on committees. Associate and Patron members will be placed on the NADONA mailing list and will receive all mailings sent to members including the Dakota Director.

Associate and Patron members will be charged one hundred twenty-five (125) dollars annually for membership. They will receive priority for displaying at the annual meeting.

Vendor Sponsorship:

When possible, vendor sponsorship will be solicited for NADONA functions. Sponsors help offset the cost of meetings and allows the organization to offer its members higher quality programming.

NADONA will solicit vendors to display at a trade Show for its annual meeting. Vendors will be asked to contribute three hundred (300) dollars to the organization for the opportunity to display their products at the annual meeting.

Contributions for other NADONA events will be negotiated on an individual basis with the vendors.

Associate and Patron members will be given priority when a sponsor is needed, however, the Executive Board reserves the right to choose sponsors in order to offer the membership a variety of displays. The application form is available under the downloads tab.






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