Resolutions

Congratulations to the winning 2023 Resolution submitted by San Diego State University:

"INCREASING STUDENT AWARENESS OF THE PREVALENCE AND IMPACT OF LATERAL WORKPLACE VIOLENCE IN NURSING"

Authors: Patrick Clavillas, Megan Impreso, Justin Monzon, Arvilyn Ticano

Why write a resolution?

  • 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.
  • If adopted by the House of Delegates at the Annual Conventions of the National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) and/or California Nursing Students’ Association (CNSA), your resolution will become the basis for the policies and actions of the NSNA and/or the CNSA. 
  • This means that YOU can make a difference in the nursing profession! 
  • Your work can bring awareness, recognition, and/or advocacy to your topic!

Why should I get involved?

  • Resolutions help increase awareness, encourage advocacy, and promote recognition of relevant nursing topics that are national in scope. 
  • This means that YOU can make a difference in the nursing profession.
  • Going through this process can also help you gain leadership skills that will both boost your resume and help you in your future career as a nurse.

Who can write a resolution?

  • A CNSA member or a School Chapter
  • CNSA Board of Directors and CNSA Committee

INTERESTED IN WRITING A RESOLUTION? PLEASE CHECK OUT THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

SUBMIT YOUR RESOLUTION

Submission and deadlines dates:

First Draft Due: September 23rd
Final Draft Due: October 21st

For any additional information or concerns, please contact Jerome Salvador and Kaitlin Yang at [email protected] or [email protected].

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