- Establish a Population and Global Health Committee, or
- Participate in a committee already established.
By participating in this activity, you will be able to:
- Identify and list your leadership attributes;
- Evaluate your capacity for leadership;
- Contribute to your professional identity in nursing formation;
- Demonstrate an understanding of the complex role organizations play to serve the community health needs.
Start-A-Committee Learning Objectives:
- Prepare an agenda and to run (or participate in) a committee meeting;
- Present written and verbal reports of progress made toward reaching committee goals;
- Conduct a population and global health assessment;
- Plan and implement a population and global health project based on needs assessment;
- Articulate the outcomes expected and evaluate the project to determine if outcomes were accomplished;
- Practice collaboration among peers.
Population and Global Health Projects
School Chapter Committee Responsibilities*
- 1. Evaluate the effectiveness of population and global health activities conducted in the past.
- Review resolutions relevant to community health that were passed at school, at your state convention, and at NSNA's Annual Convention.
- Identify two or three goals and a theme for the year.
- Become familiar with NSNA and state population and global health contests and applications.
- Read NSNA's Population and Global Health Project Guidelines.
- Conduct a community and global health needs assessment.
- Plan and implement a community and global health project based on community and population health needs assessment.
- Publicize population and global health activities.
- Initiate and facilitate appropriate partnerships with population and global health organizations.
- Implement the project.
- Submit a project for NSNA Population and Global Health Award.