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NASN supports its 50 affiliate school nurse organizations and thousands of school nurse members through:

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The All Member Forum on SchoolNurseNet connects all of NASN's members into one private and professional online community. Each weekday, NASN members receive a summary of discussions from the previous day. Members ask questions, share information or just read what others are saying.

The NASN Annual Conference happens every summer at various locations around the continental U.S. NASN members pay a special member rate to register and have reserved seating at the annual business meeting. New members licensed as a registered nurse are automatically entered into a random drawing where one eligible member receives a scholarship to attend!

Most of NASN's members have a combined or unified membership with NASN and the NASN affiliate in the member's state or area. NASN affiliates have their own board of directors, website and business and educational meetings. NASN Affiliates may also have an online community or discussion list, newsletter, and/or other resources available to members.

NASN has four special interest groups (SIGs): School Nurse Educators; Private, Independent, and Parochial School Nurses; School Nurse Administrators; and Special Needs School Nurses. NASN members are eligible to enroll in any SIG at any time. Each SIG has a leadership group, a private online community and hosts a meeting at the NASN Annual Conference.

The NASN Strong member-to-member initiative rewards NASN members for their influence. Each new member referral earns NASN member a $10 e-commerce credit that can be used towards dues renewal payments, NASN conference registrations, or online bookstore purchases.

The Journal of School Nursing (JOSN) is a peer-reviewed journal published in February, April, June, August, October, and December. It features original research articles. NASN members receive a digital subscription to this journal.

The NASN School Nurse is the official clinical journal of NASN and is published in January, March, May, July, September, and November. NASN members receive a digital and print subscription to this journal.

NASN Quarterly Connection is NASN's member-only e-newsletter. It is published quarterly to keep NASN members more informed about member benefits, updates and resources.

The NASN Weekly Digest is NASN's e-news communication. It is published weekly and contains updates about NASN, its partners, and other school nursing related news items. NASN members are added to the subscription list on a monthly basis.

NASN members are kept informed by email of important events and programs at NASN including the annual conference, school nurse day, the biannual school nurse survey, and more.

VSP VisionTM Eyes of Hope ® (formerly Sight for Students) is open to NASN members. Through this partnership, NASN members receive gift certificates for free vision care to share with students who qualify.

Professional Liability Insurance through Nurses Service Organization (NSO), a leading provider of insurance solutions for nursing professionals and an endorsed provider of NASN.

Online nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) in the NASN Learning Center. Programs having 1.0 or 2.0 contact hours are free for members. Others are discounted for members.

Danatech created by the Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists is available to NASN members free of charge. Danatech connects school nurses with the devices, expertise and innovations shaping the future of diabetes care.

Titles in the NASN Bookstore are always discounted for NASN members.

AAP Book Discounts on select titles.

The Endowment Education Scholarship provides funding annually to one or more qualifying NASN members pursuing post baccalaureate certification or graduate degrees.

The RN to BSN Education Advancement Scholarship provides funding annually to one qualifying NASN member who is pursuing a bachelor of science in nursing degree.

The Diversity in School Nursing Scholarship provides financial support for registered nurses employed in schools from historically underrepresented racial/ethnic backgrounds to pursue advanced education in health-related sciences.

Research Grants fund qualifying research projects annually. Eligible projects must include a member of NASN on the research team.

The Advocacy Education Scholarship provides funding annually to one qualifying NASN member participating in an advocacy education program.

The annual trip to Capitol Hill is attended by NASN Directors representing NASN affiliates. This event is how NASN shares its legislative priorities with the U.S. Congress. Directors receive training and guidance in preparation of this event.

The NASN Employment Center provides a list of jobs posted with NASN and other job boards. It has career resources like tips for resume writing. NASN members receive a list of new jobs in an email every two weeks.

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