Makes recommendations to the Board regarding the currency of the Association’s Bylaws through a process of review and revision. The committee solicits suggestions from the membership prior to the General Assembly regarding the need for change or the committee drafts revisions and updates for review by the Board. The committee reviews the Bylaws at least every two years.
- Dr. Pauline Green (Chair)
- Leann Scroggins, MS, RN, FNI
Strategic Plan Responsibilities
Oversee Bylaws Revisions
- Membership will have a comment period on proposed bylaws
- Committee will then collate comments and provide any revisions felt necessary to the proposed bylaws, which will then be presented to the membership for voting during the 2018-2019 fiscal year
Proposed Bylaws Changes
NANDA-I has been undergoing a transition from a “stand alone” international membership association to that of an international association with an academic center partner: The Marjory Gordon, Ph.D., R.N., FAAN Program for Clinical Reasoning and Knowledge Development at Boston College. This partnership provides a home base for the association, with a focus on research for development and refinement of nursing diagnoses, and educational methods to support clinical integration of the terminology into practice. More broadly, the Gordon Program enables a focus on development of nursing knowledge and clinical reasoning; nursing diagnoses represent the outcomes of clinical reasoning, and provide standardized terms for nursing knowledge concepts.
This partnership provides NANDA-I with access to skills and services that the Association did not have available on its own. As such, the bylaws of the Association now require revision to reflect the changes that this Partnership with Boston College affords us.
The current bylaws were approved in 2019. Currently, Bylaw revisions are being reviewed by the NANDA-I Parlimentatarian and will be posted for member review and voting in late 2023. A simple majority vote is needed to approve these bylaws, and voting will remain open for a period of 30 days. All voting will occur online, with votes tabulated by the Bylaws Committee chair, Dr. Pauline Green. Results will be provided to the Board of Directors and the membership will be notified of the outcome of the vote.
Only NANDA-I members are able to comment on or vote on the Bylaws. All comments or recommendations for revision should be sent directly to the Chair of the Bylaws Committee, Dr. Pauline Green, at: email@example.com
In order to preserve the autonomy of the Bylaws Committee, we ask that you do not copy your comments to any member of the Board of Directors or the CEO of NANDA-I.
Please CLICK HERE to review the current NANDA-I Bylaws.
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