How will you help NANN make a difference for neonatal nurses, patients, and their families? NANN members have several opportunities to support the neonatal nurse community, while networking and connecting with colleagues.
Connect with fellow neonatal nurses and nurse practitioners through NANN's exclusive community forums. Members can discuss protocols, best practices, and the latest in neonatal news with nurses stationed across the continent.
NANN's chapters serve more than 2,000 members at the grassroots level. With a presence in over thirty states and opportunities for members in areas such as advocacy, continuing education, and professional development, chapters provide unique opportunities to support the neonatal nurse community.
Special Interest Groups
NANN's special interest groups (SIGs) provide forums that allow members with similar interests and challenges to easily interact with each other and develop extended resource bases.
NANN and NANNP issue calls for national volunteers on an as-needed basis. We advertise our annual call for volunteers in various e-communications as well as our home page. Occasionally, we fill positions that arise during the year and announce those openings in a similar manner.
NANN has a number of standing committees that cover a range of topics and initiatives. These include the following:
- Awards Selection Committee
- NNP Excellence Award Committee
- Education Provider Committee
- Health Policy & Advocacy Committee
- Nominations Committee
- NANNP Nominations Committee
- Research Committee
- Research Institute Steering Council
- Small Grants Committee
NANN's Task Forces bring together NANN membership to accomplish specific goals within no more than 2 years. The task forces cover a range of topics and play a critical part in NANN's development and impact.
Liaisons monitor activities and exchange information to seek opportunities for cooperation or involvement between NANN and other organizations.