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Hartford Foundation Caregiving Story Contest

The John A. Hartford Foundation is seeking stories that bring to light the challenges facing family caregivers of older adults and demonstrate practical and proven ways to overcome difficulties and obstacles. The Foundation is looking for stories from family caregivers and health care providers that illustrate the strategies and solutions caregivers are using to effectively and gracefully care for older adults.

Submit your story, brief video, or photo essay by January 15, 2015 to be considered for the top prize of $3,000! You can find full contest details at http://www.jhartfound.org/get-involved/caregiving-story-contestThe

Hartford Foundation supports EWA and it is a good opportunity for nursing as it the winners are all over their website.

The deadline to submit is January 15, 2015.

Geriatric Nursing Journal Call for Submissions

Consider submitting your manuscripts on innovative research or clinical work and projects relevant to care of older adults to Geriatric Nursing. Geriatric Nursing is one of our premier journals addressing the care of older adults and publications are disseminated widely to multiple association members including members of NGNA; the Gerontological Advanced Practice Nurses Association; the American Assisted Living Nursing Association; NICHE members; and the nursing members of the American Geriatric Society. In addition Geriatric Nursing has a wide electronic and individual subscription dissemination.

Addition Reasons to submit to Geriatric Nursing:
  • Terrific Impact Factor for a specialty nursing journal
  • Average first decision response time of 4 weeks
  • Average time from submission to acceptance of 6 months, including revisions
  • Opportunity to be recognized in your area of specialization
We invite and encourage student work and Doctor of Nursing Practice work as well as publications from dissertations and those engaged in ongoing research activities and advanced clinical work. Submissions should be forward to Ibby Tanner and Alyce Ashcraft.

Nurse in Washington Internship

March 15-17, 2015
The Westin Crystal City
Arlington, VA

The Nurse in Washington Internship (NIWI) provides nurses the opportunity to learn how to influence health care through the legislative and regulatory processes. Participants learn from health policy experts and government officials, network with other nurses, and visit members of Congress. Legislative 'asks' will be provided for the attendees to practice with and present in their meetings with their members of Congress.

For more information, click here.

NGNA Call for Volunteers

If you are interested in contributing your skills and you are an active member, please fill out the information in the form at the link below for consideration of a committee appointment. NGNA’s leadership looks forward to your participation.

Due November 7, 2014. Click here to complete the volunteer form.