From the desk of the President
DNP, APN, ACNP-BC, CCRN
Dear NAINA Family,
Greetings and good wishes for a Happy New Year! I am honored to be installed as the 8th President of the National Association of Indian Nurses of America. In the next 2 years we would like to create memories that will last a lifetime. Read more
NURSES MONTH CELEBRATION
INDIA COVID RELIEF FUND
India is going through COVID 19 pandemic tsunami averaging more than 2,600 reported Covid-related fatalities and 350,000 new infections per day. Oxygen supply issues, understaffed hospitals, desperately needed medical supplies, etc. are their immediate needs.
The National Association of Indian Nurses of America encourages all kindhearted individuals to pour out their compassion by participating in this fundraising drive. NAINA will utilize all collected funds towards assisting the underprivileged people in India through coordination with governmental and non-governmental agencies towards rehabilitation efforts.
NAINA DAISY HEALTH EQUITY AWARD
NAINA is inviting nominations for NAINA DAISY HEALTH EQUITY AWARD.
The deadline for submissions is August 31, 2021
LEARN AND EARN WITH NAINA
NAINA COMMUNITY EVENTS
NAINA is proud to announce the recipients of the Best 25 nurses of South-Central Texas that took place on 1/30/2021. San Antonio Indian Nurses of America (SAINA)submitted 26 nominations for this year’s award which speaks to the importance of recognizing talent and hard work SAINA members do every day. Congratulations...Click here to read more & comment
Congratulations to Dr. Anumol Thomas, DNP, FNP, CCRN for being recognized by the Nurse You should know Project. Thank you for participating, please read her story. Click here to read full storyClick here to read more & comment
Mrs. Grace Samuel currently serves as the Membership co-chair for AAIN-NJ2 for the term 2021-2022 and has been involved with the organization for the past 5 years. Mrs. Samuel has been an APN for the past 9 years working with the Visiting Physician Services making house calls to homebound patients....Click here to read more & comment
Kavita Rajan, is a member of the Indian Nurses Association of Greater Houston (INAGH). Kavitha Rajan, is clinical nurse manager at TIRR Memorial Hermann, Houston, Texas. In her current role as clinical manager, Kavitha empower the team to provide quality patient care. Quality, safety, and customer service is always stressed...Click here to read more & comment
NAINA JOINS The DAISY Community of Supportive Associations
On behalf of The DAISY Foundation™, we ask the National Association of Indian Nurses of America (NAINA) to join The DAISY Community of Supportive Associations. The DAISY Foundation is the leading international organization for nursing recognition. Through collaborations with professional healthcare organizations such as NAINA, we hope to benefit the nursing profession overall. Through our combined networks, we can share our message on the value of celebrating compassionate and extraordinary nursing care through meaningful recognition.