NAINA C.A.R.E.S.

From the desk of the President

Lydia Albuquerque
DNP, APN, ACNP-BC, CCRN
President 2021-22

Dear NAINA family,
 
As we come to the end of 2021, I have taken some time to reflect on what we have achieved as a minority organization in the past 15 years. It gives me immense JOY to reflect on the countless blessings we have received. I am grateful to serve as your President, helping NAINA grow as we continue to uphold the vision and mission of the organization. 

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January 20, 2022
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Congratulations to Sara Gabriel

Congratulations to Sara Gabriel, MSN, RN, MBA  first President of the National Association of Indian Nurses of America. Sara Gabriel is recognized by the Nurse You should know Project. Click on the link below to read her story, you will be inspired. Click here to read full story

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Congratulations to Kavita Rajan

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...

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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.

Dear NAINA nurses,
NAINA has collaborated with Sigma Nursing. Sigma Nursing has partnered with Johnson & Johnson Foundation on a study to bring free leadership and nursing courses to frontline clinical nurses. Need help navigating difficult situations, collaborating with peers, or advocating for change in the workplace? Apply for the Nurse Empowerment Program and learn about the important challenges and opportunities that early career nurses experience.

National Association of Indian Nurses of America is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.