Advocating-Positioning-Educating NJ RNs

Sign In   |   Join


Call for Nominations

The NJSNA Nominating Committee has called for member suggestions
for the 2020 election.  Nominations are due before August 10, 2019.

In November 2019, members will be elected for 2020:

Vice President
Director 3 Year Term (2)
Director 3 Year Term Staff Nurse (1)
Nominations ( 4 )
Congress on Policy/Practice (2)

NJSNA Regional Ballots will be included with the NJSNA Ballot. 
Nominations may be submitted at the same time as nominations for NJSNA officers.

All nominations are due to NJSNA before October 10, 2019. 
Individuals can also be nominated at the NJSNA Annual Meeting, October 10, 2019.

Note that both the nominator and nominee for the NJSNA 2019 elections
must be NJSNA members in good standing.

Call NJSNA at 609-883-5335 if you would like 
more information on any of these positions.

Please contact Jennifer Chanti at or 609-883-5335 ext 111
for a nomination form.  Forms may also be obtained by clicking here.


2019 Official Call for Suggested NJSNA Bylaw Revisions

Please consider this the official call for any suggested NJSNA bylaw revisions for consideration
at the 2019 NJSNA Annual Meeting on October 10, 2019.


All proposed revisions must be submitted to NJSNA before October 10, 2019. 

Please forward to:
NJSNA Bylaws Committee
1479 Pennington Road | Trenton, NJ 08618
FAX: 609.883.5343



Call for Resolutions

 Any NJSNA member may research, write and submit resolutions for
consideration by the 2019 NJSNA Annual Meeting. 


Resolutions should be submitted in form for printing to the Reference Committee
through NJSNA at 1479 Pennington Road, Trenton, NJ 08618. 


Resolutions are due before August 10, 2019.



NJSNA 2018 Bylaws(approved 11/11/2018)



24/7 Crisis Hotline for Impaired Nurses 









New Jersey State Nurses Association (NJSNA) represents the interests of the state’s 110,000 Registered Nurses, advances the profession of nursing and advocates on behalf of nurses and consumers. NJSNA, along with its national organization in Washington, DC, the American Nurses Association (ANA), and fifty-three state and territorial associations, all help to represent the nation’s 2.6 million RNs.








Looking for the special "deal" on services you use in your practice & personal life? NJSNA has a variety of programs that have been designed with you in mind. Take a moment to explore the different areas and save some money at the same time!





More nurses belonging to their professionalnursing association ...

  • Gives additional power to the Association when speaking in front of legislatures and regulatory bodies
  • Gives additional funds to do work on behalf of the profession
  • Puts nursing in a position to direct health care policy versus reacting to it

Plus membership gives you...

  • A voice in the decisions being made for the profession


Site Search
more Latest News
There are currently no news items posted.
Sign In

Membership Management Software Powered by YourMembership  ::  Legal