can`t stop, won`t stop: breaking through barriers!

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Be Proactive
Resolutions
Educate
Advocate
Keep in Touch
Take Initiative
Hear advice
Remain resistant
Outgoing
Unravel barriers
Give back
Hinder fear
Be Proactive
Stay hands-on
Positive
Active
Resolutions
Increasing Men in Nursing
More use of gender neutral
terminology
Educate
BTN awareness
Being involved in organizations
Ex: American Assembly for Men in Nursing
Junior and high school students about nursing
Recruitment Powerpoint
Presentations available!
Project InTouch Keys to Success
NSNA: A Sound Investment
NSNA – Catch the Wave with NSNA
Opportunity Cost: Your Dues, Your Benefits
Tools for Recruiters: Catch the Wave with NSNA
NSNA Membership Recruitment Tool
NSNA Partnerships
Academy of Neonatal Nursing (ANN)
The American Assembly for Men in Nursing (AAMN)
American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA)
American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE)
Association of PeriOperative Registered Nurses (AORN)
Association of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses (APHON)
The Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science (CANS)
Dermatology Nurses' Association (DNA)
Emergency Nurses Association (ENA)
National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN)
Oncology Nursing Society (ONS)
Advocate
For under-represented minorities
Give resources
Catch the Wave benefits booklet
Help increase opportunities
Fundraisers!!!!!
Ask wicked questions
Keep and Increase
Men in nursing
Man Enough to Be a Nurse
http://www.discovernursing.com/men-innursing#.UJfld82ReKw
http://www.minoritynurse.com/men-nursing/mennursing
Keep and Increase
(cont’d)
Disabilities
http://www.minoritynurse
.com/minority-nurseleaders/nursesdisabilities-anotherminority-group
Nurse Educators
Administration
Telephone triage
In-services
Case management
Teach at Nursing Schools
Consultants for Insurace
Companies
Poison Control Programs
Home health
Take Initiative
Don’t wait until tomorrow to do something that
you could’ve done today
Publish newsletters and columns in local
newspapers letting schools know about nursing
Broadcast projects through local radio stations
Reach out to sponsors
Hear advice
Listen to advisors and mentors
Be true to yourself
Get a faculty “wing-man”
Appointment with Dean and faculty “wing-man”
Remain Resistant
Life throws curve balls at us, but it doesn’t mean
you can’t hit them.
Confront reality
Are you overanalyzing?
Open up to those you trust
Outgoing
Break out of your comfort zones.
“All you need is 20 seconds
of courage”
-We Bought A Zoo, movie
Unravel Barriers
Brainstorm ways to focus on the solution, not the
problem
Use data evidence, data, logic to form
opinions…not self perceptions
Stay trustworthy
Face brutal realities
Unravel barriers (cont’d)
Quizlet.com
Nurse Zone http://www.nursezone.com/StudentNurses/study-tips.aspx
Scholarships & Awards
Foundation & Scholarships Tab (2013
application available!)
http://www.nsna.org/FoundationScholarships.aspx
NSNA Awards & Honors Booklet available at
NSNA.org
Get School Credit!
Did you know that you can get school credit for
projects through NSNA’s Leadership U?
http://www.nsna.org/Membership/LeadershipUni
versity.aspx
Give Back
Become a mentor
To prosper your profession
Reach out to diverse communities
Hinder Fear
Don’t let fear hinder you from doing any of the
above
Sometimes all it takes is a phone call
Conflict = an inevitable outcome of social
interaction
Network, network, network!!!
THANK YOU!!!
Grace Young
NSNA, Breakthrough to Nursing Director
[email protected]
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GraceYoungBTN
NSNA WEBPAGE:
http://www.nsna.org/ProgramActivities/Breakthroughto
Nursing.aspx
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