Resolutions

Resolutions are written statements about significant issues in nursing and public health that are important to the NSNA and their constituents. When a resolution is adopted it becomes the basis of the policies and actions of the association. Because of this, all resolutions should apply to student nurse associations nationwide, and fall within the purposes and functions stated in the NSNA Bylaws and mission. Resolutions are written by NSNA student members, including NSNA constituent state associations and school association, and only one may be submitted for consideration. If a resolution has been adopted within the past 5 years, it may not be resubmitted. Resolutions adopted from 5-10 years prior may be re-affirmed or updated. The proposed resolution will be debated and voted on by the House of Delegates at the NSNA Annual Convention. 

Maryland Nursing Student Resolutions

 
Maryland Association of Nursing Students Board of Directors


Resolutions by Maryland Constituent Schools:
Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing


Salisbury University Student Nurses' Association