Communications Committee

Purpose:

The IFNA Communications Committee is committed to ensure that IFNA is the strongest and most credible voice of FAMILY NURSING in the world. The Committee assumes responsibility for development of the infrastructure and use of the IFNA website, newsletter, and social media channels that assures effective communication among members, timely dissemination of information, and the advancement of family nursing knowledge and the IFNA mission.

List of current IFNA communication/social media channels:

IFNA LinkedIn group:https://www.linkedin.com/groups/6664854
IFNA TwitterChat: #IFNAchat

Leadership:

Co-Chair: Janice M. Bell – jmbell@ucalgary.ca
Co-Chair: Wilma Schroeder – WSchroeder@rrc.mb.ca
Member: Joel Anderson – jande147@utk.edu
Member:
Wendy Looman – looma003@umn.edu
Web Designer: Kris Isaacson
IFNA Office: Debbie Zaparoni – debbie@internationalfamilynursing.org
Board Liaison: Veronica Swallow – V.M.Swallow@leeds.ac.uk

2016 Terms of Reference_Communications


List of Documents developed by the IFNA Communications Committee

IFNA Communications Survey 2014

BIBLIOGRAPHY Social Media and #FamilyNursing (Updated: January 2017)

IFNA.Communications Committee Report.2015 to the IFNA Business Meeting at IFNC12

IFNA Monthly Newsletters “Global Connections”: http://internationalfamilynursing.org/ifna-news/ifna-newsletters/

Guidelines for Creating a video for IFNA YouTube channel

IFNA Position Statements Dissemination Plan: http://internationalfamilynursing.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/IFNA.Position-Statement-Dissemination-Plan.pdf

IFNA Statement: What is a Predatory Conference? IFNA.What is a predatory conference


IFNA Communications Committee Minutes:

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