AASN 2019 W-9 Form

NASN State Director Report Winter Report

You are invited to participate in a FREE continuing education course, Trauma Training for the School Nurse and School Counselor,  offered by Auburn University School of Nursing and the Special Education, Rehabilitation, and Counseling Department within the College of Education.  The course will be delivered through a virtual platform to be completed at your own pace.  Upon completion of the course, you will receive5.8 CEUs.  Please register for the course by selecting the link below.  We will need your name, email, and your ABN# to award contact hours.  In addition to course registration, you will have the opportunity to participate in a brief survey focusing on collaboration between school counselors and school nurses.  This survey will be optional and will not impact registration if you choose not to take the survey.

 

We look forward to seeing you virtually!  For questions, please email Morgan Yordy:bmy0004@auburn.edu

 

Link to sign uphttps://auburn.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6rHvdHWtXQ3byfz

 

AASN Announcement 7/22/2020

 

Nurse's Day at the Capitol

https://alabamanurses.org/ndatc/

AASN Annual Conference

About AASN

Vision Statement:     

Improve the health and educational outcomes of students by strengthening the practices of the professional school nurse.

Mission Statement:   

Support school nurses by providing quality educational opportunities which foster student growth, development and academic achievement; and promote the delivery of quality health care in schools. 

Goals:

  • Empower the school nurse by promoting the practice, development, and advancement of their profession.
  • Promote optimal health of students.
  • Foster partnerships with those who actively promote healthy schools and school nurses.
  • Actively participate in the legislative process advocating for increased school health services for Alabama’s children.
  • Maintain fiscal responsibility.

Our History:

On April 30, 1970 school nurses attended a workshop, “The Nurse and the School Child” at the University of Alabama. The organization, then called the Alabama School Nurses Association was officially organized May 26, 1970, in Birmingham. Then, on March 15, 1972, the name was changed to the Department of School Nurses under the Alabama Education Association. Later, the name was changed once again to become the Alabama Association of School Nurses (AASN) to avoid confusion with the Alabama State Nurses Association (ASNA). In 2006, the AASN became incorporated as a non-profit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the federal tax code.

 

AASN Strategic Plan 2010-2015

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