All members of SCNA are eligible to join any of the Chapters featuring practice areas. Contact Rosie Robinson at email@example.com to join, or fill out the consent to participate form that is located in the members only section of our website. There is no additional fee to join any Chapter.
APRN is the acronym for Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. The acronym APRN is being used more and more by legislative and governing bodies to describe the collection of registered nurses (RNs) that practice in the extended role or practice beyond the normal role of basic registered nursing. The APRN needs special education beyond the four-year baccalaureate degree in nursing. In fact, most APRNs need a master’s degree. The APRN role not only encompasses additional education, but also is a role requiring extra responsibility, critical thinking and judgment. The APRN in South Carolina must hold a national certification in his/her area of expertise.
BON APC White Paper
APRN WRITTEN PROTOCOLS/ GUIDELINES AUDIT
Chair- Kahlil Demonbreun
Vice Chair- Bruce Williams
Secretary/ Treasurer- Jamie Cuff
Members at Large-Kelly Bouthillet, Shakira Lynn
If you are an APRN, be sure you are signed up! Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know you want to be included.
Meetings are held at 1821 Gadsden St, Columbia at 10am. Typically meetings last about 2 hours.
All meetings open to members of the APRN Chapter. Meetings start at 10:00 AM and are held at the SCNA office in Columbia. Hope to see you all at the meetings. An excellent way to become involved in your professional organization is to volunteer. Why not become a part of the planning of a conference?
Check SCNA's calendar for upcoming meetings
CNE Event Planning Committee
Share your thoughts with the planning committee by emailing email@example.com
Up Coming Planning Meetings:
Meeting Notices will be sent to Committee Members