Resolutions

Why write a resolution?

  • Resolutions help increase awareness, encourage advocacy, and promote recognition of relevant nursing topics that are national in scope. 
  • Resolutions are essentially position papers that address pertinent issues which direct the priorities of the organization in which it was passed.
  • These position papers represent matters of importance to CNSA constituents, members, chapters, nursing and/or health needs of the public.
  • This means that YOU can make a difference in the nursing profession.

Who can write a resolution?

  • A CNSA member or chapter
  • CNSA Board of Directors
  • CNSA committee

Where do I start?

Check out this toolkit to find out!

Writing a Resolution Guide

Check out the resolution from San Diego State University nominated in October 2020. You Rock!

Topic: "Increase Student Nurse Awareness of Nurse Unions and Their Role in Health Policy Advocacy."

Congratulations to the Authors: Michael Taningco, Julia Andres, Ashley Jackson, and Andrea Lapuz!

Their resolution was nominated by CNSA delegates to move on and represent CNSA on the national level at the NSNA Annual Convention on April 7th-11th, 2021.

THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR HARD WORK! WE BELIEVE IN YOU!

Questions? Contact the Resolutions Committee for more information!

Chair: Josh Almadin: [email protected]

 

CNSA RESOLUTIONS ARCHIVE

2020

2020 CNSA Resolutions

2019

2019 CNSA Resolutions

NSNA RESOLUTIONS ARCHIVE