EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
The NNAS Board is seeking an experienced consultant who can support the Service’s development of an updated strategic plan.
The NNAS Board desires that the strategic planning process:
· Be inclusive of both the NNAS Board and staff.
· Be inclusive of the organization’s stakeholders, including the nursing regulatory bodies.
· Involve a consultant who is clear about NNAS mission and mandate.
· Create a strategic plan that has clearly articulated and measurable outcomes.
· Involve a consultant who can facilitate key input actions, like a board retreat and stakeholder validation processes.
· Create a strategic plan that is more fluid and less time boxed than traditional strategic planning models.
Submissions to be sent by January 1, 2018 to:
Interim Executive Director | Directeur Exécutif Intérimaire
National Nursing Assessment Service | Service national d'évaluation infirmière 439 University Avenue | 5th Floor, Suite 546
Toronto, Ontario | M5G 1Y8 | Canada Office: 437.836.3241
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On October 18-19, NNAS held our Annual Conference 2016, our first annual interactive conference for IEN's, leaders and staff of NNAS' Regulatory Body Membership, government stakeholders and IEN support partners. Our theme was Emerging Canadian Healthcare Trends and its Impact on IEN Nursing Regulation.
A sincere thanks to our partners, exhibitors, presenters and everyone who attended and participated in the day.
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- Patient Perspective - A. Ross White
- Current Trends in Canadian Healthcare System - S. Lewis
- Competency Assessment Supplement: Assisting the IEN to achieve RPN competency requirements - R. Wojtiuk, L. Asheri
- Pathways to Success for IENs - A. Mann, K Siguoin, K. McKnight
- Need for Research Evidence in Today's Policy Environment - K. Thomas
- IEN Speaker - C. San Andres
- Global Nursing Trends - D. Benton
- Canadian IEN Profile, trends and patterns - B. Gupta
- CGFNS Ethical Recruitment: Positioning IEN's for Success in Canada - M. Bakshi
- Learning from Experience Research - C. Giblin
- Integration Supports for IEHPs and Employers - L. Cordero
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