2020 WNA Membership Assembly and Annual Meeting
FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 2020
We welcome you in advance to the 2020 WNA Membership Assembly & Annual Meeting. The morning educational session, Nurses’ Role in Addressing the Opioid Epidemic in Wisconsin, has been planned by members of the WNA Opioid Task Force and will feature presentations on understanding addiction, treating Opioid Use Disorder, and representatives from local agencies supporting addiction recovery in Wisconsin. Participants will also receive training on emergency response to opioid overdose and a supply of NARCAN® to carry. The morning session is open to all health care professionals and students (WNA members as well as non-members).
Registration to this on-site program closed on January 15..
2.75 contact hours of CNE credit are available to participants completing the online evaluation for the morning education session by January 24. There are no conflicts of interest for any of the planners or presenters of this educational activity.
ONLINE EVALUATION – opens after the program begins
The WNA Annual Meeting will take place in the afternoon and is open to WNA members only. Members may choose to join in-person for the entire afternoon program which includes an introduction to the WNA networking platform, or by Adobe Connect/phone from 12:00-1:15 pm for the meeting only. There is no cost to join the afternoon meeting but you must register in advance to receive the confirmation email with instructions and links to join the meeting remotely.
Nightingale Tribute will take place immediately following the Annual Meeting at 1:15 pm – Please click here to submit the names of nurses that passed away in 2019 that you would like to be acknowledged. For more information on the tribute click here
***Please download/print as you wish – no paper copies will be provided at the conference/meeting
MORNING EDUCATION SESSION HANDOUTS
Naloxone Training for WNA
WNA ANNUAL MEETING HANDOUTS
2020 WNA Annual Meeting Agenda
Agenda Item 3A Rules for 2020 Annual Meeting No Quorum
Agenda Item 3B Rules for 2020 Annual Meeting Quorum
Agenda Item 4A Approved 2019 WNA Annual Meeting Minutes
Agenda Item 5 WNA Proposed Dues Policy
Agenda Item 6 Informational Report Mentorship
Agenda Item 7 Informational Report WNA Role in Opioid Crisis
Buck & Honey’s Restaurant
800 West Broadway, Suite 300, Monona, WI 53716 (map)
Lot parking is available at Buck & Honey’s. WNA will meet in the lower level of the restaurant.
QUESTIONS? Contact the WNA office at email@example.com or 608.221.0383.
Wisconsin Nurses Association is approved with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver with distinction by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.