American Association of Neuroscience Nurses Collection,
1968-1997 (Linear Feet: 5.5. Collection Not Scanned)
The American Association of Neuroscience Nurses (AANN) collection contains material from 1968-1997, including meeting minutes, correspondence and reports from the Board of Directors, the Board of Trustees and from members; chapter reports and projects; educational materials; photographs and publications.
American Society for Pain Management Nursing Collection,
1990-2010 (Linear Feet: 7. Collection Not Scanned)
The American Society for Pain Management Nursing (ASPMN) Collection comprises materials generated by and for the Society from its founding in 1990 to 2010. Of principal interest are the materials produced for every ASPMN annual meeting, which include statements of the Society's purpose and philosophy, information on its organizational structure, and copies of speakers' presentations. Also included are a series of position statements published by the ASPMN, copies of Society course materials for continuing education and published standards of practice, and the printed versions of the ASPMN newsletter, "Pathways." In addition to these more public materials is a partial set of administrative records. These include bound record-books that combine various meeting agenda, minutes, correspondence, and related items from the early 1990s; also present from the same period are sheets of financial accounts. Board of Directors' meeting minutes (to 2003) and business meeting minutes (to 2006) are present with some significant gaps in coverage. Correspondence files are quite limited, likely reflecting the much more extensive use of electronic communications during this period, none of which is preserved here. Three digital video discs are filed with the collection; these contain digital versions of (1) the 2006 and (2) the 2008 annual meeting materials, and (3) a collection of digital images taken at the 2007 and 2008 meetings.
Association of Faculty of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Records,
1971-2005 (Linear Feet: 2. Collection Not Scanned)
The Association of Faculties of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, Inc. is a national organization of nursing educators who teach in pediatric, family and school nurse practitioner programs and who collaborate on relevant practice and educational issues. The AFPNP collection includes exam materials such as proctor lists and writing assignments, meeting minutes, reports, standards, continuing education, conceptual models and funding. A variety of documents help to outline the relationship with NAPNAP and other organizations.
Association of State and Territorial Directors of Nursing Collection,
1985-2001 (Linear Feet: 1.75. Collection Not Scanned)
The materials in this collection consist of administrative documents generated by the Association of State and Territorial Directors of Nursing, including correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, bylaws, newsletters, and historical data. The early years of the organization are not represented in the collection, which dates from 1985, although a historical summary dating back to 1935 is included. The ASTDN Papers document the expanding activities and agenda of the organization, as it has acted as an agent in shaping the role and status of public health nurses in their respective states, territories, and the District of Columbia.
Gerontological Advanced Practice Nursing Association Records,
1977-2014 (Linear Feet: 5.5. Collection Not Scanned)
The Gerontological Advanced Practice Nursing Association (GAPNA) Collection documents the transformation of a relatively small collaborative group into a national coalition, active in politics, strategic professional development and innovative health care.
National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates and Practitioners Collection (bulk 1993-1997),
1993-1997 (Linear Feet: 5.0. Collection Not Scanned)
The National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates and Practitioners (NAPNAP) Collection comprises materials principally dating from 1993 to 1997, with small numbers of earlier and later items. This collection of documents is sequential to a larger and earlier manuscript collection housed in the Department of Historical Collections and Services, University of Virginia Claude Moore Health Sciences Library: The Papers of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, 1972-1992, MS-20. Researchers are advised to consult both collections.
National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties Collection,
1981-2000 (Linear Feet: 4.25. Collection Not Scanned)
This collection documents the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties (NONPF) history, leadership and educational efforts including criteria for evaluation of educational programs. The collection includes extensive records of NONPF statements on political issues such as Nursing Practitioners Insurance, the Social Security Act, the Nursing Shortage Reduction Act and Health Care Reform. This collection also documents NONPF’s alliances with the Nurses Coalition for Legislative Action in legislative matters and the National Alliance of Nurse Practitioners in Insurance records.
New York State Coalition of Nurse Practitioners Collection,
1981-2006 (Linear Feet: 5.5. Collection Not Scanned)
The collection comprises materials related to the formation and operation of the New York State Coalition of Nurse Practitioners, Inc., and, more generally, to the efforts by individuals and the organization to obtain for nurse practitioners full legal recognition and authority to practice in New York State, ultimately achieved in 1989. These important primary-source documents trace the almost twenty-year struggle to obtain the scope-of-practice legislation nurse practitioners sought, and reveal the intensity of labor required to coordinate and promote a campaign of political activism, often in the face of opposition from professional associations of physicians and nurses. Included in the collection are notices and minutes of organization meetings, materials concerning the coalition's annual conferences, various official publications and records of legislative activity.
Nursing Students Without Borders Collection,
1996-2007 (Linear Feet: 1.25. Collection Not Scanned)
The Nursing Students Without Borders (NSWB) Collection consists of video recordings, photographs, and papers describing the inception of the organization at the University of Virginia School of Nursing, its recruitment and fundraising efforts, and its nursing service initiatives. The El Salvador, Migrant Health, and South Africa Initiatives are described by documents, photographs and journals in this collection.
Pediatric Nursing Certification Board National Board Collection,
1975-1999 (Linear Feet: 16. Collection Not Scanned)
This collection consists of the organizational papers of the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board National Board. The collection has two main areas of focus: administrative records and examination materials.
Society for Education and Research in Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Records,
1986-1999 (Linear Feet: 5.0 . Collection Not Scanned)
The materials in this collection consist of the Jeanette Chamberlain SERPN (Society for Education and Research in Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing) archives. SERPN was officially organized on October 13, 1986. The collection contains information on the background of psychiatric-mental health nursing education and research, specifics about the formation and history of the Society for Education and Research in Psychiatric nursing during the period 1986 to 1999 when the autonomous organization became a member in an alliance of psychatric organizations. Dr. Chamberlain was Chief of the Psychiatric Education Training Branch of NIMH and was a strong supporter of SERPN within the Institute during its formative years.
University of Virginia School of Nursing Alumni Association Collection,
1900 -- 2001 (Linear Feet: 7.4. Collection Not Scanned)
The collection includes numerous boxes of correspondence and organizational papers including Board of Directors and various committee minutes and financial reports. The collection also includes papers and photographs pertaining to social events, awards, and scholarships sponsored by the Alumni Association. The collection documents the period from 1950 to the present.