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Using the 2008-12 N-PAC strategic plan as our PAC guide, the nine subcommittees have worked tirelessly to meet many of the objectives outlined in this document. During the course of the year additional workgroup and ad-hoc committees were also instituted to meet specific needs of the PAC as well. To fully highlight and recognize the efforts of all committee activities would take more than the allocated time I have for this meeting.
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N-PAC Business Meeting (for voting members, liaisons, and sub-committee co-chairs)
These meetings are routinely held on the 1st Friday of the month from 1300-1400 EST
Call in number 877-985-4896
Participant Code: 8753147
N-PAC General Meeting (for all members)
Meetings are typically held on the 3rd Friday of each month from 13:00 to 15:00 EST
The N-PAC Meeting call in number is 1-888-324-6474
Passcode is “NURSE”
Preceding the meeting at 12:30 p.m. EST, a variety of Lunch & Learn Topics are offered routinely.
Both the business and general meetings are mandatory for all N-PAC voting members. Please arrange for your alternate to participate in your absence. All absenteeism must be excused.
As an appointed voting representative for your agency, your role is to represent the nurse officers in your agency, present any needs and concerns that have been brought to your attention, and ensure any vital information be relayed back to the officers you represent. Topics such as professional development, public health issues, research ideas such as improving public health nursing care, and increasing leadership among PHS nurses are all are relevant. You should expect to keep fellow agency officers informed of N-PAC activities by providing them with (or directing them to) the minutes and summary of N-PAC meetings, and inviting them to attend (in person or telephonically) N-PAC meetings. Your fellow officers depend upon you to communicate NPAC information to them. Be innovative in reaching out to them and facilitating their involvement in N-PAC activities! (By-Laws Article VIII, Sec. 13)