Annual Membership Renewal
|NMONL Memberships are based on the Calendar year.
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We announce the new name of our organization: New Mexico Organization of Nurse Leaders - NMONL.
We feel this better reflects our membership and our mission.
As the voice of nursing leadership, the New Mexico Organization of Nurse Leaders shapes healthcare policy, promotes nursing excellence and fosters collaboration through advocacy, professional development and networking.
NMONL is an affiliated local group of the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE)
To represent nurse leaders who improve health care. AONE members are leaders in collaboration and catalysts for innovation.
Shaping the future of health care through innovative nursing leadership.
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Board & General Meeting - November 8
Friday, November 8th, 10:30-1:00 at Gerald Champion in Alamogordo.
Board meeting 10:30-11:30
Meet & Greet, Lunch and Presentaion begin at 11:30
Presentaion: Leadership in a Union Environment
The speaker will be Pam Demarest, RN, MSN, MBA
Executive Director, Progressive and Critical Care
University of New Mexico Hospitals
Please join us
Presentation from September Meeting
The Exceptional Patient Experience - Creating a Culture of Vitality in Your Work Environment
Chrissy Daniels, MS, MHA, Director of Strategic Initiatives, University of Utah Healthcare
2013 NMONL Vision Grant
Congratulations to Dr. Kathy Lopez-Bushnell, of UNM Hopsitals.
Her project is "The Effect of Heart Failure Self-Care Intervention on Patient Outcomes."
This will involve teaching self-care interventions for patients with heart failure and measuring hospital readmission rates, length of stay and cost.
NMONL Board Meetings
Any active member may view the agendas and minutes along with current financial reports.
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Ever wonder who makes up the NMONL membership?
Here's a breakdown on our current membership.
NMONL meets quarterly at a luncheon meeting at a sponsoring healthcare agency. Meeting dates and locations are published at the start of the calendar year and notices are sent to all members prior to each meeting. Members are encouraged to invite colleagues to these meetings. A copy of the bylaws of the organization is available from NMONL officers, at meetings, or by requesting that one be mailed.
It is our intent to reach out to nursing leaders and regional healthcare agencies through the Regional Directors and information via email, conference calls, and on-site meetings.
NMONL Membership Benefits:
|Statewide networking with other nurse leaders||Electronic "Just in Time" news bulletins|
|Informational meetings||Updates on healthcare legislation (state & national)|
|News from AONE||Collaboration with other nursing organizations|
|Annual Education Conference||News from New Mexico Hospital Association|
Annual Dues: $50 2 Years: $90
Special rates for organizations:
(Please contact us at email@example.com to arrange for group rate)
Up to 5 members in organization: $45/member
Over 5 members in organization: $40/member
New Mexico Organization of Nurse Leaders Vision Grant Awards
Submissions closed for 2013.
The New Mexico Organization of Nurse Leaders (NMONL) sponsors grants that advance nursing knowledge and support the NMONE strategic plan. The strategic plan can be found under "resources" tab. Examples of appropriate projects would be:
- Effective Patient Care Delivery Models
- Nursing Leadership
- Creating Positive and Healthy Work Environments
- Patient Safety