NEW YORK, May 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The International Nurses Association (INA) has recently partnered with the Dale Carnegie Institute to advance the association's mission of providing a supportive network for nurses across the globe. For reservations visit www.nursedalecarnegie.eventbrite.com
A professional development and career building seminar scheduled for June 18 at the Carnegie Institute's headquarters in Manhattan will mark the first of a number of events that International Nurses Association is planning as part of its new educational networking initiative.
Partnering with the Dale Carnegie Institute is a natural step in the International Nurses Association's efforts to promote innovative thinking and cooperation in the nursing profession, according to Dana Jarrett, managing editor for INA.
"It's an honor for us to join with a prestigious organization like the Dale Carnegie Institute to help nurses build on their individual strengths and reduce the weaknesses that stand in the way of success," Jarrett said. "The International Nurses Association stands to benefit a great deal from the experience and expertise that the Carnegie Institute brings to bear in the areas of personal and professional development and how it can be applied to nursing education."
The International Nurses Association's first Carnegie seminar will focus on communicating effectively with different personality styles, an issue that will always be of major importance in hospitals and clinics, Jarrett noted. It's likely for anyone who's embarked on a nursing career to come in contact with several different strong personalities in a matter of minutes and have the need to communicate effectively with each of them to resolve someone's health issue – or even save a life. For more information on INA upcoming events visit http://inanurse.com/calendar.php
The International Nurses Association will broaden its focus on education at the June 18 Carnegie seminar with its announcement of the winner of the 2013 International Nurses Association Scholarship Award. The scholarship is given to current nursing students based on financial need, academic performance, and extracurricular activities.
The deadline for applying for the scholarship is June 14. More information on the INA scholarship or their first Carnegie seminar can be found on the International Nurses Association's website at www.inanurse.com.
The International Nurses Association is a global networking organization for nursing professionals. The INA's membership is made up of outstanding nurses from all specialties and backgrounds working to improve the healthcare industry specifically and the worldwide quality of life in general. At the International Nurses Association it is our mission and honor to bring together outstanding nurses from all specialties and backgrounds. It is our belief that by establishing an integrated network of top-notch nursing professionals, we can together create new possibilities in the treatment and diagnosis of disease, and improve the quality of life across the borders of humanity.
CONTACT: Dana Jarrett, Managing Editor, 877-447-8360
SOURCE International Nurses Association