The National Association of Hispanic Nurses: Phoenix Chapter

Values

Inclusive,

Excellence,

Commitment,

Collaboration,

& Familismo

 

Mission

NAHN Phoenix Chapter is committed to advancing the health of the Hispanic community in Arizona, through advocacy and educational, professional, and leadership opportunities for Hispanic Nurses

 

Membership

You are not only becoming a member, you are also becoming a member of our family. You are now familia!

CHAPTER MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

--> Local chapters provide members with the opportunity to address issues impacting health care of Hispanics at the local and state levels. 

--> Benefits of chapter membership include:
- local continuing education
- professional and social networking.
- local awards and scholarships
- regular meetings to discuss local community issues
- chapter newsletter to keep up-to-date on local activities,
events, and job opportunities
- local and regional networking opportunities

--> Chapter events including local conferences, leadership training and networking events/receptions.

--> Student nurse mentorship programs.


--> Volunteer opportunities

Vision

To be leaders in Hispanic Healthcare

 

NATIONAL MEMBER BENEFITS

--> Reduced rates at some of NAHN Corporate Members educational facilities, including Chamberlain College of Nursing, Jacksonville
University School of Nursing, and Excelsior College.

-->Reduced registration fees at the national conference, Continuing
Education Unit (CEU) opportunities at the national conference.

--> Subscription to the NAHN™' quarterly journal, Hispanic Health Care International (HHCI).

--> Quarterly electronic newsletter

--> Scholarship opportunities for students at all educational levels.

--> Awards for community service and education excellence.
--> Chance to serve on NAHN's National board and various committees.

--> A forum for nurses to analyze and evaluate the health care needs of the Hispanic community.

--> Opportunities to disseminates research findings and policy perspectives related to Hispanic health care needs to local, state, and federal agencies in order to impact policy making and the allocation of resources.

--> Networking with/among other Hispanic health care professionals.

--> Supporting national health care initiatives as a united force.