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Northern Illinois Chapter of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses

Open NIARN Board Positions

Posted 7 months ago by David Miller

NIARN is looking for new board members!  Are you interested in being involved outside of where you work and want to make a difference at the community level?  If so, please send a biography and a short description of what you are interested in if you are elected a board member.  Please send your response by 5/25/18 to dmiller@independenceplus.com or Nancy.Tafoya@nm.org

NIARN is active in the community with educational experiences, an annual conference, networking with the larger parent ARN organization, and supporting nurses or other local organizations through partnerships.  The more connections we have with Illinois hospitals the more effective we can be in raising awareness of the rehabilitation specialty and those the utilize such services.

We Believe...

NIARN believes every individual has worth and dignity. We believe that recipients of rehabilitation health care services have the right to receive professional nursing care of the highest quality. As an organization, we support these beliefs by offering a wide range of activities that help develop professional skills of our nurse members.

About Our Board Members:

Our members come from a variety of practice settings: general hospitals, home healthcare operations, rehabilitation and long-term care facilities, insurance companies, educational institutions, and private consulting companies.

NIARN:

The Northern Illinois Chapter territory includes the northern portion of the state of Illinois. The southern boundary is Interstate 80, from the western boarder of the state up to and including Grundy County east, and all areas north.

Our Purpose:

  • To Advance the quality of rehabilitation nursing service throughout the community
  • To offer educational opportunities to promote awareness and interest in rehabilitation nursing and improve the expertise of personnel on all levels
  • To facilitate the exchange of ideas in rehabilitation programs

Thank you for your interest!


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