Resolutions

What are resolutions?
According to the NSNA, "A resolution is a written statement that, when adopted by the House of Delegates, is the basis for the policies and actions of the National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA). Resolutions are presented on matters of importance to NSNA, its members and constituent associations, the nursing profession, healthcare professionals, and the health needs of the public. Resolutions should address only one topic or issue, be national in scope, and fall within the purposes and functions stated in the NSNA Bylaws and Mission. A resolution is composed of two parts: 
  1. “Whereas” clauses: Summarizes with documentation of the reasons and rationale for the resolution (with supporting documentation cited) 
  2. "Resolved" clauses: Contains the position to be taken on the issue and/or actions to be taken by NSNA, its constituent associations, and/or its members."

Who may submit a resolution?

  • NSNA constituent state associations
  • NSNA constituent school chapters
  • NSNA Board of Directors
  • NSNA Committees may each submit one resolution for consideration by the House of Delegates
Who may NOT submit a resolution?
  • Individual NSNA members.


You can read more in depth about Resolutions in the NSNA's Resolutions Guidelines


You can find out how to begin writing a resolution in the NSNA's Resolution Template

tate associations, NSNA constituent school chapters, NSNA Board of Directors, and

NSNA Committees may each submit one resolution for consideration by the House of Delegates.

Individual NSNA members may not submit resolutions.

NSNA constituent s

tate associations, NSNA constituent school chapters, NSNA Board of Directors, and

NSNA Committees may each submit one resolution for consideration by the House of Delegates.

Individual NSNA members may not submit resolutions

Who May Submit a Resolution?

NSNA constituent s

tate associations, NSNA constituent school chapters, NSNA Board of Directors, and

NSNA Committees may each submit one resolution for consideration by the House of Delegates.

Individual NSNA members may not submit resolutions.

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Lauren Drum,
Jan 26, 2018, 2:41 PM
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