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Go beyond your classroom and clinical experiences by attending the 2019 NJNS Annual Convention!

 

Each year, the New Jersey Nursing Students, Inc. (NJNS) Board of Directors puts together a two day convention that features various leadership and career development opportunities. Over 1,000 nursing students attend for opportunities to listen to renowned nursing leaders during breakout focus sessions. Meet and network with students, faculty, and nursing leaders from across New Jersey. Breakout focus sessions will enhance your academic and clinical skills and you will expand your network at social events, like the First Night Party, and in the exhibit hall! Graduating seniors will also gain confidence with the NCLEX Hurst Mini Review. The program will also include a Narcan training program on the second day. 

 

Convention is a great time to develop your leadership skills through being a monitor, delegate, and even running for a state board position on the NJNS board! Lifelong memories, leadership opportunities, and endless educational opportunities await you! Register now!

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Beverly Malone, PhD, RN, FAAN

CEO, National League for Nursing

Dr. Malone's tenure at the NLN has been marked by a retooling of the League's mission to reflect the core values of caring, diversity, integrity, and excellence and an ongoing focus on advancing the health of the nation and the global community. 

She was ranked amongst the 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare magazine in 2010, 2015 and 2016. In 2016 Dr. Malone moved up the ladder to claim 39th place in the field of leading policy-makers, activists, health care professionals, and corporate figures in the health care, insurance, and pharmaceutical industries. Additional recognition in 2016 includes the Florence Nightingale Award, induction into the Home Care & Hospice Hall of Fame, an honorary doctorate from Georgetown University; and the Nursing Hall of Fame at Tuskegee University in Alabama. In 2017 she received the Fellowship Ad Eundem of the Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery from the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland. Recently, she has been recognized as one of the top 25 women in Healthcare for 2017.

In 2018, Dr. Malone was presented with a citation from the American Psychological Association for her outstanding leadership in advancing excellence in health care for the nation and global community, named one of the Top 25 Minority Executives in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare magazine, and received the 2018 Nursing Outlook Excellence in Research Award.

Within the last several years, Dr. Malone was elected to the Institute of Medicine and tapped to join the board of the Kaiser Family Foundation. Her distinguished career has mixed policy, education, administration, and clinical practice. Dr. Malone has worked as a surgical staff nurse, clinical nurse specialist, director of nursing, and assistant administrator of nursing. During the 1990s she was dean of the School of Nursing at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. In 1996, she was elected to two terms as president of the American Nurses Association (ANA), representing 180,000 nurses in the USA. In 2000, she became deputy assistant secretary for health within the US Department of Health and Human Services, following four years of service on President Bill Clinton’s Advisory Commission on Consumer Protection and Quality in the Healthcare Industry. 

Just prior to joining the NLN, Dr. Malone was general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN), the United Kingdom's largest professional union of nurses, from June 2001 to January 2007. She also served between 2002 and 2006, as a member of the UK delegation to the World Health Assembly; of the Commonwealth Nurses Federation (CNF); and of the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). During that time, Dr. Malone was also vice chair of the Brussels-based European Federation of Nurses Association (EFN).