Connecting with individuals or organizations to learn about leadership, access and share information, engage in professional development or simply network is valuable in shaping you as a nursing leader.
Explore some of the groups below to find out how you can engage. Know of any other communities of practice, specialty groups, associations, or committees that support nursing leadership? Share with us at email@example.com.
Engagement opportunities are for information purposes only. Posted information does not indicate endorsement by CARNA.
Mentorship is a key aspect of nursing practice. One of the ethical responsibilities in the CNA Code of Ethics is to share knowledge and provide feedback, mentorship and guidance for the professional development of nursing students, novice nurses, other nurses and other health-care providers. Engaging in and supporting others in the continuing competence process is also key indicator of CARNA Practice Standard five: self-regulation.
CARNA’s mentorship network connects RNs and NPs with varying levels of experience to support each other’s leadership goals by sharing knowledge, experience, advice and best practices. The network is intended to be informal, allowing mentors and mentees with maximum flexibility to develop their mutual goals and commitments together.