The goal of the Communication Subgroup is to be responsible for network communication.
Collect and publish information on the trends of APN as they emerge in countries around the globe and seek out stories and confirm information for news items that are published in the different communication platforms of the network.
We are the voice of the network
Dr. Judy Honig interviews Dr. Andrew Scanlon about Nurse Practitioner education in Australia.
Dr. Scanlon is a nurse practitioner and earned a DNP at Columbia University and is pursuing a PhD at LaTrobe University. Currently, he holds a joint appointment as Senior Lecturer and Nurse Practitioner at the University of Melbourne and Austin Health. He has held faculty positions in the US and Australia since 2004. Dr. Scanlon will share some thoughts about NP education and practice in Australia.
communication subgroup key priorities
The ICN NP/APN network was established in October 2000 by the ICN with the aim of facilitating communication with NP/APN’s
The goal of the communication subgroup is to:
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the communication group will provide leadership, coordination and strategic planning for social media & network bulLETIN
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Sini Hämäläinen, Finland, co-chair
Colette Henderson, Scotland, co-chair
Ivy Muya, Kenya, member
Valens Musengamana, Rwanda, member
Dwi Kartika Rukmi, Indonesia, member
Bonisile Nsibandze, Eswatini, member
Varsha Singh, USA
Stan Marchuk, Canada
Kindra Scanlon, USA
Joshi Dookhy, Ireland
The first issue of the news bulletin for the ICN NP/APNN was published in 2003; most recent issues are available to download on the Network Bulletin page of this website.
The network utilizes the news bulletin to make pertinent information and news widely available to support the development of advanced practice nursing.