Napa Valley Oncology Nursing Society

Report
Napa Valley
Oncology Nursing Society
From CHIP to Successful Chapter
2010-2012
Karen Stilwell MSN RN CNS OCN
November 19, 2012
CHIP is formed
Kickoff event
September
Spreading
2010
the Word
June
2010
Show of
Interest
How did our CHIP become a Chapter?
Jun‘10
Sept
Nov
Letter of interest submitted to ONS / Show of interest
Kickoff educational event
Bank account established
Tax ID number filed for nonprofit status
Jan’11
Strategic Plan adopted for 2011-2012
Regular meeting schedule established
Election of officers/Logo developed
Increased membership up to 24 members
July
Oct
2012 current Regular meetings and educational events
September : Charter application was submitted
October 22, 2012: Napa Valley ONS
Charter Application approved by National ONS
NVONS CHIP Officers 2011-2013
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President: Karen Stilwell
Vice President: Anne McCaffrey
Secretary : Robbie Woolley
Treasurer: Ulla Philbin
NVONS Chapter Strategic Plan 2012-2016
• Vision
The vision of the Oncology Nursing Society is to lead the
transformation of cancer care.
• Mission
The mission of the Oncology Nursing Society is to
promote excellence in oncology nursing and quality
cancer care.
Proposed Strategic Plan 2012-2016
Napa Valley Oncology Nursing Society
Chapter
Strategic
Goal
Recruit
student
nurses and
faculty from
local schools
of nursing,
and new
graduate
nurses to join
ONS
Responsible
Chapter
Member(s)
Karen
Stilwell
Jaya D’Silva,
Anne
McCaffrey
Comments
Targeted
Actual
Outcomes
Completion
Date
October 2013
At the local level, the Napa Valley ONS Chapter of ONS will
support the ONS strategic area of Knowledge by:
Chapter
Strategic
Goal
Responsible
Chapter
Member(s)
Targeted
Completion
Date
Encourage
members to
obtain ONS
certifications
All members to October 2014
encourage one
another
Organize
ongoing
educational
programs for
Nursing CE
October 2014
Actual
Outcomes
See Program
Calendar
Comments
Chapter Strategic
Goal
Responsible
Chapter
Member(s)
Targeted
Completion
Date
Partner with
American Cancer
Society , Leukemia
and Lymphoma
Society
Karen Stilwell
October 2014
Actual
Outcomes
Comments
Three focused areas
1. Recruit student nurses and new grads
2. Support nursing education
▫ Scheduled high quality educational programs
▫ Encourage ONCC certification among members
3. Partner with community agencies that have
similar interests
▫ American Cancer Society
▫ Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
Next Steps
• GET INVOLVED
• Read your emails
• Like Napa Valley
ONS on Facebook
• Work with a friend:
Join a committee!
• Share your interests
• Meet and greet
another member someone you don’t
already know!
• Help to plan an event
• Bring your ideas to
the chapter!
• BECOME A LEADER
Required Committees
• WE NEED YOU! Please volunteer:
• Program Committee –develop educational agenda,
network with nursing speakers from all over the
country Chair: Karen Stilwell
• Membership Committee – get to know people in the
local oncology world, encourage others to join us
▫ Chair: Robbie Woolley
• Nominating Committee – learn what it takes to be a
leader in various chapter roles, learn about the
voting process at the local and national level
▫ Chair: Anne McCaffrey
Are there suggestions for the good
of the chapter?
We are committed to being open to ideas
Don’t hesitate to speak out
New ideas are necessary for growth and
sustainability of our chapter
Help make YOUR chapter what YOU want it to be!

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