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Highlights of National League for Nursing Professional Organization

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    • National League for Nursing “ Promoting excellence in nursing education to build a strong and diverse nursing workforce” Presentation by Elizabeth Rendon
    • National League for Nursing
      • MISSION
        • The National League for Nursing promotes excellence in nursing education to build a strong and diverse nursing workforce.
        • CARING: promoting health, healing, and hope in response to the human condition
        • INTEGRITY: respecting the dignity and moral wholeness of every person without conditions or limitation
        • DIVERSITY: affirming the uniqueness of and differences among persons, ideas, values, and ethnicities
        • EXCELLENCE: creating and implementing transformative strategies with daring ingenuity
    • Who Are They?
      • A leader in nursing education
        • Dedicated to the delivery of quality care through the nurses our faculty prepare
        • Voicing the interests of the nursing education community in political, academic, and professional arenas
        • The NLN advances the science of nursing education, promoting evidence-based nursing education and the scholarship of teaching.
      • Members include
        • Nurse faculty and leaders in nursing education
        • Agencies, organizations, and companies
        • Members of the global community
        • Researchers & scholars
    • What Does the NLN Do?
      • Excellence Initiatives
      • The Academy of Nursing Education
      • Academic Nurse Educator Certification Program
      • Centers of Excellence in Nursing Education Program
      • NLN Excellence in Nursing Education Model
    • What Does the NLN Do?
      • Professional Growth & Lifelong Learning
      • Education Summit
      • Scholarships
      • NLN Foundation for Nursing Education
      • Grants
      • Faculty Leadership & Mentoring Programs
      • Simulation Innovation Research Center
    • What Does the NLN Do?
      • Testing Services
      • The gold standard for NCLEX® preparation
        • Preadmission Exam
        • Achievement Exam
        • Pre-NCLEX Readiness
        • Question Review Bank
        • Online Practice Assessment Series
    • What Does the NLN Do?
      • Connections & Communications
      • Advisory councils
      • Affiliated constituent leagues
      • Nursing Education Perspectives
      • Alliances with other nursing organizations
      • NLN ambassadors in schools of nursing
      • Position statements and the Reflection & Dialogue series
    • What Does the NLN Do?
      • Public Policy & Global Initiatives
      • INESA
        • Joint global task force w/ the Accrediting Commission
        • Int’l Council of Nurses’ Nursing Education Network
        • Bringing together a community of nurse educators from around the world
      • National Study of Nurse Educators: Compensation, Workload, and Teaching Practices and the Annual Survey of Schools of Nursing
      • Advocacy for Nursing Workforce Development Programs
    • Cost
      • Full Individual
        • 1 Year: $110
        • 2 Years: $200
      • Graduate Student Individual
        • 1 Year: $75
      • Retired Individual
        • 1 Year: $75
        • 2 Years: $130
    • For More Information
      • Visit www.nln.org