Visibility of the KSNA Organization
Strategy #1: Communication internally and externally about the ongoing work of the organization
Action: Continue to highlight a member monthly (newsletter, Kansas Nurse, or website).
Action: Highlight committee and region work monthly (newsletter, Kansas Nurse, or website)-or
Action: Identify an issue monthly pertinent to a community and how a nurse contributes to the solution (newsletter, Kansas Nurse, or website)-or
Action: Highlight the role of what a nurse is and does, emphasize the humanitarian engagement (newsletter, Kansas Nurse, website)-or
Action: Highlight the KSNA 110 year history to leverage visibility.
Strategy #2: Increase KSNA presence on boards/committees across the state of Kansas or Nationally
Action: Identify and publish KSNA members involved in other organizations and empower them to be the voice of KSNA in those venues – KSNA Board of Directors will publish the list of committees/organizations they participate in.
- Create a list of all boards and committees KSNA board and members participate in.
- Use MMSD connection/tool (Nurses on Boards) to create list quarterly.
Action: Identify the gap of organizations in Kansas that should have KSNA representation and fill with KSNA members – Council for Collaboration in Nursing (KCCN), Kansas State Board of Nursing (KSBN) and have the KSNA President attend as the KSNA representative.
Action: Mentor nurses to engage in community activity and board positions.
Action: Post open KSNA committee and board positions on website.
- Create a call to action to create interest in KSNA board and committee positions