IFNA Position Statement on Advanced Practice Competencies for Family Nursing Social Media Toolkit

Help us promote this IFNA Position Statement! View the position statement: http://bit.ly/2sf3XXp Sample Twitter Posts Tweet this!: What are the advanced practice competencies for #familynursing? @IFNAorg presents a framework: http://bit.ly/2sf3XXp Tweet this!: @IFNAorg Position Statement on Advanced Practice Competencies for #FamilyNursing now available to share widely: http://bit.ly/2sf3XXp Tweet this!: How do APN's promote #familyhealth? @IFNAorg Position Statement on Advanced Practice Competencies 4 #FamilyNursing: … [Read more...]

IFNA Position Statement On Generalist Competencies For Family Nursing Practice Social Media Toolkit

Help us promote this IFNA Position Statement! View the position statement: http://bit.ly/1M8gwbb Sample Twitter Posts Tweet this!: Every nurse is a family nurse! @IFNAorg Generalist Competencies for #FamilyNursing practice: http://bit.ly/1M8gwbb Tweet this!: Please share widely! @IFNAorg Position Statement on Generalist Practice Competencies for #FamilyNursing: http://bit.ly/1M8gwbb Tweet this!: @IFNAorg offers important skills and knowledge for caring for families http://bit.ly/1M8gwbb #familynursing #familyhealth LinkedIn or … [Read more...]

IFNA Position Statement on Pre-Licensure Family Nursing Education Social Media Toolkit

Help us promote this IFNA Position Statement! View the position statement: http://bit.ly/2sU8NqK Sample Twitter Posts Tweet this!: Every nurse is a family nurse! @IFNAorg Pre-Licensure #FamilyNursing Education: http://bit.ly/2sU8NqK #familyhealth Tweet this!: @IFNAorg Position Statement on Pre-Licensure #FamilyNursing Education:http://bit.ly/2sU8NqK Please share widely! Tweet this!: Want to learn important nursing skills and knowledge for caring for families? http://bit.ly/2sU8NqK #familynursing #familyhealth LinkedIn or Facebook … [Read more...]

IFNA Position Statement on Advanced Practice Competencies for Family Nursing

View Social Media Toolkit The International Family Nursing Association (IFNA) Position Statement on Advanced Practice Competencies for Family Nursing outlines the advanced practice competencies for family nurses (FN-AP) to guide the care of families in all settings and provide a focus for nursing education, theory, and research related to family nursing in advanced practice (FN-AP).  Developed by the IFNA Family Nursing Practice Committee, this IFNA Position Statement on Advanced Practice Competencies was approved by the … [Read more...]

IFNA Webinars Related to Family Nursing Research

IFNA Webinars Related to Family Nursing Research: "Mixed Methods Synthesis Research: Strategies for Advancing Family Science" by Dr. Kathleen Knafl [Read more] "Writing a Winning Abstract by IFNA Research Committee" (free access) [Read more]   … [Read more...]

Caring for Refugee Families

International Family Nursing Association (IFNA) Response to the Global Refugee Crisis: Caring for Refugee Families Updated: October 19, 2017 The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates there are 60 million individuals worldwide who are currently displaced, more than at any time since World War II (See the UNHCR website for more information). As family nurses, our attitudes about the global refugee crisis are inextricably connected to our beliefs about the central importance of the family, our … [Read more...]

Resource Advancement Committee

Purpose: Assume responsibility for identification and cultivation of diverse sources of funding for organizational initiatives. Leadership: Chair: Janet Deatrick – deatrick@nursing.upenn.edu Co-Chair: OPEN Board Liaison: Kathy Knafl – kknafl@unc.edu 2016 Terms of Reference_Resource Advancement Update April 2016: One of the major purposes of the Resource Advancement Committee (RAC) is to continue to raise funds for the 13th International Family Nursing Conference (IFNC13) in Pamplona, Spain and we are seeking … [Read more...]

Research Committee

Purpose: Advance the conduct, dissemination, and use of family nursing research worldwide. Leadership: Chair: Helene Moriarty – hcincotta@msn.com Co-chair: Kim Mooney-Doyle – kmooney-doyle@umaryland.edu Board Liaison: Birte Ostergaard – boestergaard@health.sdu.dk 2016 Terms of Reference Research Sub-committees International Research Collaboration Chair - Sonja Meiers - smeiers@winona.edu Committee Measurements Chair - Marcia Van Riper - vanriper@email.unc.edu Newsletter Chair - … [Read more...]

Practice Committee

Purpose: Identify and disseminate the best practice knowledge and family nursing models used internationally; move family nursing forward by building capacity in nurses for their practice with families. Leadership: Co-Chair: Kathryn Anderson khanderson@georgiasouthern.edu Co-Chair: Maria do Céu Barbieri Figueiredo ceubarbieri@esenf.pt Board Liaison: Carole Robinson carole.robinson@ubc.ca Current Members: Kathryn Anderson, USA; Maria do Céu Barbieri Figueiredo, Portugal; Janice M. Bell, Canada; Li-Chi Chiang, … [Read more...]

Nominating Committee

Purpose:  Identify nominees, present a ballot, and oversee the election of IFNA officers and BOD. Leadership: Chair: Marion Mitchell, Australia - marion.mitchell@griffith.edu.au Co-Chair: Jyu-Lin Chen, USA - jyu-lin.chen@ucsf.edu Board Liaison: Jane Lassetter - jane_lassetter@byu.edu 2016 Terms of Reference_Nominating Committee Members Kristen Abbott-Anderson, USA - kristen.anderson@mnsu.edu Kiyoko Kamibeppu, Japan - kikamibeppu@gmail.com Lisa Whitehead, Australia - l.whitehead@ecu.edu.au … [Read more...]