Practice Committee

Purpose: Identify and disseminate the best practice family nursing models used internationally; move family nursing forward by building capacity in nurses for their practice with families.  For more information see: http://internationalfamilynursing.org/2016/02/18/practice-committee/

Co-Chair: Kathryn Anderson, USA  khanderson@georgiasouthern.edu
Co-Chair:  Maria do Céu Barbieri Figueiredo, Portugal   ceubarbieri@esenf.pt
Board Liaison: Kit Chelsa, USA  kit.chesla@nursing.ucsf.edu

 

IFNA Practice Committee poster presentation at IFNC12 re: development of IFNA Position Statement on Generalist Competencies for Family Nursing Practice

IFNA Practice Committee poster presentation at IFNC12 re: development of IFNA Position Statement on Generalist Competencies for Family Nursing Practice

Members of the IFNA Practice Committee who met at IFNC12. Left to right: Maria do Céu Barbieri Figueiredo (Portugal), Li-Chi Chiang (Taiwan), Kathryn Anderson (USA), France Dupuis (Canada), Junko Honda (Japan), Cristina Garcia-Vivar (Spain), Janice M. Bell (Canada)

Members of the IFNA Practice Committee who met at IFNC12. Left to right: Maria do Céu Barbieri Figueiredo (Portugal), Li-Chi Chiang (Taiwan), Kathryn Anderson (USA), France Dupuis (Canada), Junko Honda (Japan), Cristina Garcia-Vivar (Spain), Janice M. Bell (Canada)

 

Committee Members:

Maria do Céu Barbieri Figueiredo, Portugal

Janice M. Bell, Canada

Li-Chi Chiang, Taiwan

Francine DeMontigny, Canada

Cristina Garcia-Vivar, Spain

Anne Grant, Ireland

Junko Honda, Japan

Norma Krumwiede, USA

Christina Nyirati, USA

Barbara Voltelen, Denmark

Lisa Whitehead, Australia

 

Committee-Authored Documents:

News Post about the IFNA.FAMILY NURSING PRACTICE Survey.2011.final report

News Post about the IFNA Position Statement on Generalist Competencies for Family Nursing Practice

Guidelines for Creating a video for IFNA YouTube channel

NEW IFNA Position Statement on Family Nursing Practice

IFNA Position Statement on Generalist CompetenciesInternational Family Nursing Association (IFNA) (2015). IFNA Position Statement on Generalist Competencies for Family Nursing Practice.  

Caring for Refugee Families Document