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<strong>Wyoming</strong> <strong>Nursing</strong><br />

<strong>Summit</strong> <strong>and</strong> <strong>Convention</strong><br />

September 25-26, <strong>2014</strong><br />

Holiday Inn, Rock Springs, <strong>Wyoming</strong>


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<strong>2014</strong> <strong>Wyoming</strong> Nurses Association<br />

<strong>Wyoming</strong> Nurses Association<br />

301 Thelma Drive, #200, Casper, <strong>Wyoming</strong> 82609<br />

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TABLE OF CONTENTS<br />

<strong>2014</strong> <strong>Summit</strong> <strong>and</strong> WNA <strong>Convention</strong> Information<br />

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Sponsors ..................................................................... 9<br />

WNA Annual Meeting Information <strong>and</strong> Reports<br />

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Appendix<br />

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(319) 277-2414<br />

www.wyonurse.org<br />

Published by:<br />

Arthur L. Davis<br />

Publishing Agency, Inc.<br />

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<strong>2014</strong> <strong>Wyoming</strong> Nurses Association<br />

Find your<br />

Right Fit<br />

Cheyenne Regional<br />

is looking for Registered<br />

Nurses who are the Right Fit.<br />

At Cheyenne Regional, you’ll work on<br />

the front lines of <strong>Wyoming</strong> healthcare<br />

as part of a strong, stable healthcare<br />

organization—one with big plans <strong>and</strong> a<br />

clear direction for growth. That means<br />

big opportunities for nurses with the<br />

right combination of skills, dedication<br />

<strong>and</strong> experience in evidence-based<br />

practice. We encourage applications<br />

from enthusiastic, motivated<br />

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• New Emergency Department <strong>and</strong><br />

Cancer Center<br />

• Health, dental <strong>and</strong> vision benefits<br />

• Competitive salary<br />

• Long-term/short-term disability<br />

• Educational assistance<br />

• On-site professional development<br />

• 12-month <strong>Nursing</strong> Residency<br />

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our career opportunities.<br />

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<strong>2014</strong> <strong>Summit</strong><br />

<strong>and</strong> WNA<br />

<strong>Convention</strong> Information<br />

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Notes<br />

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<strong>2014</strong> <strong>Wyoming</strong> Nurses Association<br />

SCREENING SAVES LIVES<br />

<strong>Wyoming</strong>’s Cancer Consortium<br />

recommends the following screenings:<br />

Colorectal Cancer: Colorectal Cancer<br />

screening beginning at age 50 with a<br />

colonoscopy every 10 years.<br />

Breast Cancer: Women age 40 <strong>and</strong> older<br />

should consider having a mammogram<br />

every 1-2 years.<br />

Cervical Cancer: Women should initiate<br />

Pap tests at age 21 <strong>and</strong> repeat every<br />

three years, or as recommended by their<br />

healthcare provider.<br />

Encourage your patients to schedule their<br />

screenings today.<br />

Early detection saves lives.<br />

Low or no-cost cancer screening services are available<br />

statewide for <strong>Wyoming</strong> residents who meet certain<br />

eligibility criteria.<br />

www.fightcancerwy.com 1-800-264-1296<br />

www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/bccedp<br />

1-866-205-5292<br />

www.health.wyo.gov/<br />

phsd/ccp<br />

DON’T LET YOUR PATIENTS PUT IT OFF<br />

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<strong>2014</strong> <strong>Wyoming</strong> Nurses Association<br />

AARP <strong>Wyoming</strong> is proud to be a supporter of the<br />

<strong>Wyoming</strong> <strong>Nursing</strong> <strong>Summit</strong> <strong>and</strong> <strong>Convention</strong><br />

AARP is so much more than advocacy <strong>and</strong><br />

discounts. Take a closer look <strong>and</strong> you’ll be surprised<br />

at what “Real Possibilities” we have to offer right<br />

here in <strong>Wyoming</strong>.<br />

In our state, we age with confidence, experience<br />

<strong>and</strong> innovation. We are dedicated to helping<br />

<strong>Wyoming</strong>’s 50 plus residents as they strive to<br />

achieve their aspirations <strong>and</strong> goals, whether it be<br />

conquering technology, exploring their world,<br />

living a healthy lifestyle or any other triumph they<br />

strive for.<br />

Come check out some of our online tools to start<br />

Caregiving Resource Center<br />

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Long-term Care Calculator<br />

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Medicare Drug Coverage “Doughnut Hole” Calculator<br />

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Retirement Calculator<br />

www.aarp.org/work/retirement-planning/retirement_calculator/<br />

Health Care Costs Calculator<br />

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@aarpwy<br />

Volunteer with AARP<br />

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google.com/+AARP<strong>Wyoming</strong><br />

youtube.com/wyomingaarp<br />

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Sponsorships<br />

Arthur L. Davis Publishing Agency<br />

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Ivinson Memorial Hospital<br />

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Boise State University School of <strong>Nursing</strong><br />

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<strong>Wyoming</strong> Geriatric Education Center<br />

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Western <strong>Wyoming</strong> Community College<br />

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Campbell County Memorial Hospital<br />

Fay W. Whitney School of <strong>Nursing</strong><br />

<strong>Wyoming</strong> Behavior Institute<br />

<strong>Wyoming</strong> Cancer Prevention <strong>and</strong> Screening<br />

THANK YOU!<br />

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spirit through health education,<br />

early intervention, disease prevention<br />

<strong>and</strong> personal relationships<br />

Learn more about Faith Community <strong>Nursing</strong><br />

or find a FCN near you.<br />

<strong>Wyoming</strong> Health Council<br />

visit: www.wyhc.org<br />

call: 307.632.3640<br />

email: ahubbard@wyhc.org<br />

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WNA Annual Meeting<br />

Information <strong>and</strong> Reports<br />

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<strong>2014</strong> <strong>Wyoming</strong> Nurses Association<br />

The <strong>Wyoming</strong> Nurses Association is the<br />

professional organization for registered nurses in <strong>Wyoming</strong>.<br />

Mission:<br />

To promote the profession of nursing, provide a unified voice for nurses <strong>and</strong> advocate for a<br />

healthier <strong>Wyoming</strong>.<br />

Vision:<br />

Nurses united <strong>and</strong> caring for our profession.<br />

Values:<br />

Unity, Advocacy, Service, <strong>and</strong> Access to Care.<br />

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WNA Board of Directors<br />

President<br />

Secretary<br />

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Home: 307-762-3270 Home: 307-333-2926<br />

Work: 307-754-7780 Work: 307-268-2485<br />

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President-Elect<br />

Treasurer<br />

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Home: 307-688-1527 Home: 307-351-3023<br />

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Vice President<br />

Past President<br />

Tammy Krell ♦<br />

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Home: 307-877-3165 Cell: 307-272-2207<br />

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District Presidents<br />

#1 Cheyenne<br />

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#2 Casper<br />

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Home: 307-262-1584<br />

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#3 Sheridan<br />

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Home: 307-752-0934<br />

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#6 Rock Springs<br />

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#10 Gillette<br />

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Home: 307-687-7803<br />

Work: 307-688-2371<br />

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#12 Laramie<br />

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Home: 307-721-4058<br />

Work: 307-760-1609<br />

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#14 L<strong>and</strong>er/Riverton<br />

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#15 Torrington<br />

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#16 Cody/Powell<br />

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#17 Evanston/Kemmerer<br />

Shelly Tholl<br />

Home: 307-789-6227<br />

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#50 Non Districted<br />

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WNA Strategy for Association Leadership <strong>2014</strong><br />

WNA exists to promote the profession of nursing, provide a unified voice for nurses, <strong>and</strong> advocate for a<br />

healthier <strong>Wyoming</strong>.<br />

Our Values:<br />

Our Shared Vision:<br />

Goals:<br />

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WNA is the must-have<br />

membership for nursing<br />

leaders <strong>and</strong> professionals who<br />

are striving for personal <strong>and</strong><br />

professional success.<br />

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membership.<br />

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engage members.<br />

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WNA is the place of<br />

organizational strength <strong>and</strong><br />

capacity to achieve its vision<br />

of individual growth <strong>and</strong><br />

success across the nursing<br />

community by a strong<br />

communication platform.<br />

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Sustain a strong presence<br />

across the state of <strong>Wyoming</strong><br />

by sustaining district viability.<br />

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WNA Legislative Agenda<br />

Tammy Krell <strong>and</strong> Anne Raga, Legislative Co-Chairs<br />

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Considered additions to Strategic Plan<br />

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For free <strong>and</strong> confidential<br />

support call<br />

307-632-7619 or 1-800-584-9384<br />

or visit www.wyomingcs.org<br />

Licensed, Non-profit, Non-denominational<br />

Notes<br />

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“The Membership Voice”<br />

WNA Annual Meeting<br />

Thursday, September 25, <strong>2014</strong><br />

3:30 to 4:30 pm<br />

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Experienced RNS Wanted for:<br />

OBSTETRICS<br />

SURGERY/PACU<br />

MED/SURG<br />

Sign-on Bonus: $5,000!<br />

Relocation & Housing<br />

Assistance<br />

Competitive Wages<br />

Apply online today at www.ConverseHospital.com<br />

Memorial Hospital of Converse County is an equal opportunity employer.<br />

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ER/ICU<br />

Numerous Educational<br />

Opportunities<br />

Quarterly Incentives


<strong>2014</strong> <strong>Wyoming</strong> Nurses Association<br />

WNA ANNUAL BOARD MEETING “The Membership Voice”<br />

MINUTES SEPTEMBER 27, 2013 1030-130 SNOW KING, JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING<br />

TYPE OF MEETING<br />

FACILITATOR<br />

NOTE TAKER<br />

Board Meeting<br />

Lisa Horton<br />

Jennifer Jones<br />

TIMEKEEPER<br />

ATTENDEES<br />

Present: Lisa Horton, Kathy Luzmoor, Jennifer Jones, Vickie Winney, Faith Jones<br />

Excused: Anne Raga<br />

Agenda topics<br />

CALL TO ORDER<br />

LISA HORTON<br />

DISCUSSION<br />

Meeting called to order at 1038 am by Lisa Horton<br />

ROLL CALL<br />

JENNIFER JONES<br />

DISCUSSION<br />

1. District #1 - 4<br />

2. District #2 - 16<br />

3. District #3 - 4<br />

4. District #6 - 2<br />

5. District #10 - 2<br />

6. District #12 - 4<br />

7. District #14 - 0<br />

8. District #15 - 0<br />

9. District #16 - 7<br />

10. District #17 - 3<br />

11. District #50 - 3<br />

DECLORATION OF QUORUM<br />

LISA HORTON<br />

DISCUSSION<br />

1. Quorum called by President Horton<br />

a. Board members present: 5 (President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer,<br />

Immediate Past President)<br />

b. District representation: 9 out of 11<br />

REVIEW OF AGENDA<br />

LISA HORTON<br />

DISCUSSION 1. President Horton noted a change in the agenda to membership<br />

CONCLUSIONS<br />

1. Motion to approve agenda changes: Krell, District #17<br />

2. Second: Evans, District #1<br />

3. Passed without further discussion<br />

APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES<br />

DISCUSSION 1. September 14, 2012 Annual Meeting Minutes<br />

CONCLUSIONS<br />

1. Motion to accept September 14, 2012 annual membership meeting minutes: Knaus,<br />

District #2<br />

2. Second: Behrens, District #2<br />

3. Passed without further discussion<br />

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Meadow Acres<br />

Greenhouse & Nursery<br />

We support<br />

Hazel & Bob Suedes, Owners<br />

307-235-1770<br />

13770 E. Meadow Ln., Evansville, WY<br />

Emergency Physicians<br />

of Laramie<br />

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Thank you for your skill, your caring, <strong>and</strong><br />

for always being there.<br />

Box 9<br />

Mills, <strong>Wyoming</strong> 82644<br />

Telephone 307-265-3740<br />

FAX 307-235-8511<br />

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307-328-9274<br />

www.cchec.org<br />

Jackson Hole, <strong>Wyoming</strong><br />

offers career opportunities with competitive<br />

salary <strong>and</strong> benefits.<br />

Increase your education…<strong>and</strong> increase your impact!<br />

BSN • MS • DNP<br />

www.uwyo.edu/nursing• uwnursing@uwyo.edu<br />

University of <strong>Wyoming</strong> Fay W. Whitney School of <strong>Nursing</strong><br />

Introducing exp<strong>and</strong>ed facilities in<br />

Diagnostic Imaging, Oncology,<br />

Obstetrics, <strong>and</strong> Surgical Services.<br />

For more information please visit<br />

www.tetonhospital.org Click on the “careers” tab<br />

New Continuing Education Opportunities Available at:<br />

www.educationsjmc.org<br />

Drug Free Employer/EOE<br />

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PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS<br />

LISA HORTON<br />

DISCUSSION<br />

1. President Horton addressed membership<br />

a. Welcomed all persons to meeting <strong>and</strong><br />

reminded that voting was limited to WNA<br />

members only<br />

b. Requested that membership agree to<br />

allowing voice voting for motions as<br />

compared to secret ballot<br />

CONCLUSIONS 1. WNA membership verbally agreed to use voice method for voting as compared to secret ballot<br />

WNA 2012-2013 STRATEGIC PLAN AND UPDATE<br />

DISCUSSION<br />

1. President opened floor for discussion of strategic planning from WNA membership<br />

a. Niemoller, District #12 – Consider advancing professional development include<br />

educational options<br />

i. Bodily, District #6 agrees for the need of continuing education as a WNA<br />

benefit<br />

ii. Stephens, District #1 reports that new graduates feel that education is not<br />

something that is offered as a benefit<br />

iii. Knaus, district # 2 – provided a synopsis of each goal <strong>and</strong> encouraged all<br />

members to either approach WNA board member by phone, in person, or by<br />

email related to questions/concerns/clarification<br />

iv. Justice, District #3 – suggested that new graduates are assigned an active<br />

WNA member for support <strong>and</strong> possible recruitment<br />

ANNUAL BOOK OF REPORTS<br />

DISCUSSION<br />

1. Executive Director Repot<br />

a. Introduction the WNA staff: Tobi Lyon-Moore <strong>and</strong> Toni Decklever<br />

b. WNA Membership Recap<br />

i. Request for membership to update email addresses<br />

ii. June 13 – 339 members compared to August 330 members –<br />

pointed out differences in report numbers<br />

iii. Since 2009 – 6% increase<br />

iv. Penetrated the RN market 7.35% - reported to the membership that<br />

WNA is number 5 in all state nursing associations <strong>and</strong> #1 in<br />

nonunionized state nursing associations<br />

1. Have maintained that status over the last 14 years<br />

v. Br<strong>and</strong> new members over the last 4.5 years: 339 members – this is<br />

more than what the current WNA membership is now<br />

vi. Retention rate – consistently 60% - 69% since 2009<br />

vii. Discussed how different WNA membership types break down (please<br />

see the ED presentation for figures)<br />

viii. Discussed the membership survey that was sent out<br />

1. Built around a variety of information that pulled<br />

demographics <strong>and</strong> the type of person who answered the<br />

survey<br />

a. 17% return of survey as compared to 29% last<br />

year<br />

2. Discussed results of membership survey (please see survey<br />

results for detailed numbers)<br />

2. Financial Report<br />

a. Treasurers report provided by Vicki Winney – please see treasurer’s report for<br />

details<br />

i. Discussed budget operation is 60/40 (60% from non – dues revenue<br />

<strong>and</strong> 40% from membership dues)<br />

ii. Reported that Tobi Lyon-Moore was provided a raise<br />

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iii. Reported that Toni Decklever was provided a raise<br />

3. Membership questions/discussions regarding other submitted written reports<br />

a. Not discussed<br />

CONCLUSIONS<br />

1. Motion to accept financial report: Kidner, District #1<br />

2. Second: Mathews, District #16<br />

3. Passed without further discussion<br />

MEMBERSHIP INPUT TO THE BOARD<br />

DISCUSSION<br />

1. 2013 Membership Survey Results<br />

a. Results reviewed by Tobi Lyon-Moore – see discussion in Executive Director report<br />

NEW BUSINESS/ACTION REQUIRED<br />

ANNE RAGA<br />

DISCUSSION<br />

1. 2013 Bylaws changes – please see attached document from bylaws committee (provided by N.<br />

Wilkerson)<br />

a. Members referred to Bylaws committee report<br />

b. Goal 1: Over haul WNA Governance – discussed with rationalization<br />

c. Goal 2: Overhaul WNA Committee Structure – discussed with rationalization<br />

d. Goal 3: Integrate Governance with Committee Structure <strong>and</strong> Functions – discussed<br />

with rationalization<br />

e. Members referred to overhead projection provided by Bylaws committee for<br />

additional bylaws changes that were not referred to in bylaws report – discussion<br />

<strong>and</strong> rationalization provided<br />

2. Motions from the Board of Directors<br />

a. Winney motions to increase membership dues by $16/year: 8$ to ANA <strong>and</strong> $8 to<br />

WNA<br />

i. ANA will increase regardless <strong>and</strong> if membership does not agree to this, the<br />

ANA $8 will come from WNA budget<br />

ii. Brewer, District #16 requested to know the last time dues were increased<br />

iii. Winney reported that the last increase was in 2011: $6 to ANA <strong>and</strong> $4 to<br />

WNA<br />

iv. Knaus, District #2 referred membership to page 79 to review current cost<br />

<strong>and</strong> to determine how the proposed fee change will affect the membership<br />

cost<br />

v. McMillen, District #16 reported that membership costs may be a hindrance<br />

for new graduates <strong>and</strong> suggests thinking about increasing $8 for ANA <strong>and</strong><br />

leave WNA cost the same<br />

vi. Winney, Treasurer, discussed projected outcome for WNA’s budget if<br />

increase in WNA dues remains the same<br />

vii. Knaus, District #2 encouraged WNA members to strongly consider motion<br />

to continue WNA financial viability<br />

viii. Hubert, District #2, reported that the increase of $16/year equals<br />

$1.33/month<br />

ix. Wilkerson, District # , reports that it is important to support an<br />

organizations viability <strong>and</strong> that it is needed to promote professionalism<br />

among members<br />

x. McMillen, District #16, underst<strong>and</strong>s the purpose of promoting financial<br />

viability but would like the board to consider the effect on students as well<br />

as discuss at strategic planning ways to promote WNA importance <strong>and</strong><br />

benefits to all members <strong>and</strong>/or potential members<br />

3. Motions from the Membership<br />

a. No motions from the membership<br />

4. Toni Decklever provided discussion regarding different legislative initiatives going on currently<br />

a. Members referred to Toni’s report in the Annual meeting h<strong>and</strong>book<br />

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CONCLUSIONS<br />

Bylaws Changes<br />

1. Goal #1<br />

a. Motion to accept changes as outlined by Norma Wilkerson<br />

b. Second Hulbert, District #2<br />

c. Passed without further discussion<br />

2. Goal #2<br />

a. Motion to accept changes as outlined by Norma Wilkerson\<br />

b. Second Wrasper, District #2<br />

c. Passed without further discussion<br />

3. Goal #3<br />

a. Motion to accept changes as outlined by Norma Wilkerson<br />

b. Second Knaus, District #2<br />

c. Passed without further discussion<br />

4. Additional bylaws changes provided to membership (please see attachment)<br />

a. Motion to accept changes as outlined from bylaws committee by Norma Wilkerson<br />

b. Second Fichman, District #2<br />

c. Passed without further discussion<br />

Membership Dues Increase<br />

1. Motion to increase WNA membership dues by $16/year by Vickie Winney<br />

2. Second Kathy Luzmoor<br />

3. Passed without further discussion<br />

SPECIAL NOTES<br />

RECOGNITION OF OUTGOING MEMBERS<br />

DISCUSSION<br />

1. Kathy Luzmoor – outgoing Vice President<br />

2. Jennifer Jones – outgoing Secretary<br />

3. Jeanine Niemoller – outgoing WNA Awards Committee Chair<br />

4. Norma Wilkerson – outgoing WNA Bylaws Committee Chair<br />

5. Maria Kidner – out going District #1 president<br />

6. Joan Connelly - out going District #3 president<br />

7. David Bodily – outgoing District #6 president<br />

8. Tammy Krell – outgoing District #17 president<br />

9. Barbara Jean James - outgoing District #50 president<br />

TELLERS REPORT<br />

DISCUSSION<br />

1. Tellers Report –Sue Howard, Maria Kidner, Vickie Winney<br />

a. 342 ballots sent out<br />

b. 71 ballots returned<br />

c. 1 ineligible<br />

2. Introduction of new officers<br />

a. Vice President – Tammy Krell 69 votes<br />

b. Secretary – Marianne 68 votes<br />

c. Both Tammy Krell <strong>and</strong> Marianne received write in votes for the alternate officer (Krell<br />

for secretary <strong>and</strong> Marianne for Vice President)<br />

3. WNA Legislative Agenda results<br />

a. Referred membership to page 15 of annual meeting book<br />

i. WNA should support legislative approach to safe staffing<br />

ii. WNA should support efforts to support workplace safety in healthcare<br />

iii. WNA should support the WSBON in their efforts for compact licensing<br />

iv. WNA should not support them moving forward until all questions are<br />

answered <strong>and</strong> clarified<br />

4. Past President Faith Jones reported ANA efforts to support safe staffing <strong>and</strong> invited membership<br />

to talk with her regarding these conversations as well as contribution to ANA PAC<br />

ADJOURNMENT<br />

DISCUSSION<br />

Meeting adjourned at: 1156 by President Horton<br />

Respectfully Submitted by Jennifer Jones<br />

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President’s Report<br />

Lisa J. Horton, MSN, RN<br />

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Executive Director’s Report<br />

Tobi Lyon Moore, MBA, CAE, CFRE<br />

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<strong>Wyoming</strong> Nurses Association<br />

<strong>2014</strong> Annual Financial Report<br />

Prepared by Tobi Lyon Moore, Executive Director<br />

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Fiscal Year July 1, 2013-June 30, <strong>2014</strong><br />

Year End Income Statement<br />

REVENUE<br />

ACTUAL BUDGET VARIANCE<br />

Dues Revenue<br />

Membership Dues $36,198.79 $36,000.00 $198.79<br />

Membership Rebate $3,631.27 $3,000.00 $631.27<br />

Affiliate Membership $150.00 $400.00 ($250.00)<br />

MEMBERSHIP DUES $39,980.06 $40,000.00 ($19.94)<br />

Non Dues Revenue<br />

<strong>Convention</strong><br />

Silent Auction&Raffle $1,382.50 $1,500.00 ($117.50)<br />

Nurses Day at the Legislature<br />

Exhibitors/Sponsors $6,600.00 $6,000.00 $600.00<br />

Registrations $28,750.00 $20,000.00 $8,750.00<br />

Registrations $27,590.11 $28,000.00 ($409.89)<br />

Exhibitors/Sponsors $3,334.90 $0.00 $3,334.90<br />

50/50 $163.00 $0.00 $163.00<br />

WY Nurse Publication: Arthur $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $0.00<br />

Marsh Affinity $434.72 $500.00 ($65.28)<br />

Interest Income $26.00 $25.00 $1.00<br />

Miscellaneous/Other Income $502.50 $500.00 $2.50<br />

NET NON-DUES REVENUE $71,783.73 $59,525.00 $12,258.73<br />

TOTAL REVENUE $111,763.79 $99,525.00 $12,238.79<br />

TOTAL EXPENSES $102,980.23 $95,082.00 $7,898.23<br />

Net Profit $8,783.56<br />

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Fiscal Year July 1, 2012-June 30, 2013<br />

Year End Expenses<br />

EXPENSES ACTUAL BUDGET VARIANCE<br />

Salaries<br />

Staff Contracts $27,732.00 $27,732.00 $0.00<br />

Total Salaries $27,732.00 $27,732.00 $0.00<br />

Office<br />

Telephone $3,297.78 $2,800.00 $497.78<br />

Postage $751.32 $700.00 $51.32<br />

Supplies $0.00 $100.00 ($100.00)<br />

Printing $48.95 $200.00 ($151.05)<br />

Publications $298.50 $300.00 ($1.50)<br />

Total Office $4,396.55 $4,100.00 $296.55<br />

Dues<br />

ANA $2,504.42 $2,000.00 $504.42<br />

Districts $2,452.75 $2,100.00 $352.75<br />

Total Dues $4,957.17 $4,100.00 $857.17<br />

Professional Services<br />

Lobbyist Fees $6,000.00 $6,000.00 $0.00<br />

Lobbyist Expenses $500.00 $500.00 $0.00<br />

Other Lobbyist Services $1,365.97 $1,500.00 ($134.03)<br />

Total Professional Services $7,865.97 $8,000.00 ($134.03)<br />

Travel<br />

Executive Director $1,784.18 $2,500.00 ($715.82)<br />

Membership Assembly $2,394.15 $3,000.00 ($605.85)<br />

Other Travel $767.20 $1,500.00 ($732.80)<br />

Total Travel $4,945.53 $7,000.00 ($2,054.47)<br />

Other Expenses<br />

<strong>Convention</strong> $26,170.22 $20,000.00 $6,170.22<br />

Board of Directors Meeting $1,169.65 $1,400.00 ($230.35)<br />

Nurses Day at the Legislature $18,004.06 $14,000.00 $4,004.06<br />

Legislature Breakfast $2,867.50 $3,000.00 ($132.50)<br />

Membership Recruit/Donation $0.00 $250.00 ($250.00)<br />

Bank/Credit Card Fee $740.09 $1,000.00 ($259.91)<br />

Website $1,181.49 $1,500.00 ($318.51)<br />

<strong>Wyoming</strong> Community Foundation $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $0.00<br />

<strong>Wyoming</strong> Integrated Care Network $1,500.00 $1,500.00 $0.00<br />

Miscellaneous $450.00 $500.00 ($50.00)<br />

Total Other Expenses $53,083.01 $44,150.00 $8,933.01<br />

TOTAL EXPENSES $102,980.23 $95,082.00 $7,898.23<br />

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Fiscal Year July 1, <strong>2014</strong> through June 30, 2015<br />

BUDGET<br />

REVENUE<br />

BUDGET<br />

Dues Revenue<br />

Membership Dues $35,000.00<br />

Membership Rebate $2,000.00<br />

Affiliate Membership $350.00<br />

TOTAL MEMBERSHIP DUES $37,350.00<br />

Non Dues Revenue<br />

<strong>Convention</strong><br />

Silent Auction/Raffle $1,200.00<br />

Exhibitors/Sponsors $6,000.00<br />

Registrations $23,000.00<br />

Nurses Day at the Legislature<br />

Raffle $150.00<br />

Exhibitors/Sponsors $4,000.00<br />

Registrations $25,000.00<br />

Nurse Publication - Arthur L. Davis Publishing Agency $3,000.00<br />

Marsh Affinity $500.00<br />

TOTAL NON DUES REVENUE $62,850.00<br />

TOTAL REVENUE $100,200.00<br />

EXPENSES<br />

Professional Management Contracts $31,200.00<br />

Lobbyist Services $9,500.00<br />

Phone $2,500.00<br />

Postage $600.00<br />

Office Supplies $100.00<br />

Printing $200.00<br />

Publications $300.00<br />

ANA Dues $2,500.00<br />

District Dues $1,000.00<br />

Travel $3,500.00<br />

Membership Assembly $3,000.00<br />

<strong>Convention</strong> $18,000.00<br />

Board of Directors $1,000.00<br />

Nurses Day $18,000.00<br />

Legislature Reception $3,000.00<br />

Donations $250.00<br />

Credit Card Processing Fees $1,000.00<br />

Website $3,000.00<br />

Miscellenous $500.00<br />

TOTAL EXPENSES $99,150.00<br />

NET PROFIT $1,050.00<br />

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Lobbyist Report<br />

Toni Decklever, MA, RN<br />

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Casper District 2<br />

Jane Hartsock, APRN, CNS-BC, District 2 President<br />

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Laramie District 12<br />

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Rock Springs I.V. Center<br />

Infusion Therapy<br />

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Phone: (307) 382-3544 or (888) 403-4014<br />

(307) 382-0987<br />

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www.rockspringsivcenter.com<br />

ALL CITY CAB<br />

Since 1993<br />

Prompt, Professional Service<br />

Over Two Million Safe Miles<br />

Rock Springs, WY<br />

307-382-1100<br />

Appreciate the Dedication of the<br />

<strong>Wyoming</strong> Nurses<br />

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www.wyonurse.org<br />

P.O. BOX 3029<br />

Rock Springs, WY 82902<br />

(307) 362-7050<br />

Fax (307) 362-1890<br />

Rental Tools - Laydown Machines<br />

Casing & Tubing Tongs<br />

24 Hour Service<br />

1901 Howell Avenue | Worl<strong>and</strong>, WY 82401 | 307-347-4285<br />

Worl<strong>and</strong> Healthcare <strong>and</strong> Rehabilitation Center is a beautiful skilled nursing home center<br />

located just 90 miles south of Yellowstone National Park, in <strong>Wyoming</strong>, in the heart of the<br />

Old West.<br />

We have a full-time staff devoted to caring for each individual to help meet their highest<br />

level of independence through therapy, activities, <strong>and</strong> dietary care. We also offer<br />

specialized care for those with Alzheimer’s or other dementia-related illnesses.<br />

Call or visit Worl<strong>and</strong> Healthcare to find all that we have to offer you or your loved one!<br />

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WNA Leadership Elections<br />

Faith Jones, Nominations Chair<br />

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Meet the <strong>2014</strong> C<strong>and</strong>idates<br />

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District: #3<br />

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Professional Education: Clarkson College<br />

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<strong>2014</strong> <strong>Wyoming</strong> Nurses Association Awards<br />

Sue Howard <strong>and</strong> Vickie Winney, Award Co-Chairs<br />

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1. Am<strong>and</strong>a Bisby<br />

2. Sylvia Dial<br />

3. Natalie Tucker<br />

Community Service/Health Promotion Award<br />

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1. Jean Brunz<br />

2. C<strong>and</strong>ice Frude<br />

3. Trina Soper<br />

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3. Veronica Taylor<br />

4. Pat Tschetter<br />

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<strong>2014</strong> Award Nominations for Lifetime Achievement Award:<br />

1. Mary Burman<br />

2. Dee Gilson<br />

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2. District 3 Sharla Duncan<br />

3. District 6 Jean Brunz<br />

4. District 10 Alicia LePard<br />

5. District 12 AnnMarie Hart<br />

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WYOMING NURSES ASSOCIATION<br />

BYLAWS<br />

AMENDED<br />

SEPTEMBER 2013<br />

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center, <strong>and</strong> is the nation’s leader in progressive community-based mental<br />

health. Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to provide various mental<br />

health services to a diverse population. We offer counseling, housing,<br />

education, <strong>and</strong> vocational services for adults, children <strong>and</strong> families. We<br />

build upon each consumer’s strengths <strong>and</strong> resiliency to help them toward<br />

recovery.<br />

*Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply.<br />

For more information about Mental Health Center of Denver<br />

<strong>and</strong> our forward-focused wellness culture please<br />

visit our website at www.mhcd.org.<br />

To apply: Complete the online application or email your<br />

resume to resumes@mhcd.org. Fax: (303) 758-5793.<br />

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· Two Urgent Care facilities<br />

· Comprehensive provider network<br />

· 22 locations covering Carson City<br />

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· PTO · Sick Leave · Paid Holidays<br />

· Education Assistance · Generous 401(k)<br />

Visit our website for current nursing opportunities<br />

www.carsontahoe.com<br />

Recruiter: 775.445.8678<br />

Job hot line: 888.547.9357<br />

Carson City, Nevada<br />

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EOE<br />

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provider; a 300-bed facility with comprehensive<br />

inpatient <strong>and</strong> outpatient services including emergency<br />

care, heart <strong>and</strong> stroke care, weight-loss surgery <strong>and</strong><br />

spine & joint programs among our 35-plus specialties.<br />

We are a quality healthcare provider recognized for<br />

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Imaging Center of Excellence <strong>and</strong> Gold Seal Designation<br />

for Total Knee & Hip Replacement; Spine Surgery; <strong>and</strong><br />

Primary Stroke Center.<br />

has been nationally recognized for<br />

its quality care including designation as a Chest Pain<br />

Center, NICHE, PEDS “Pediatric Prepared,” Primary<br />

Stroke Center, STEMI (Heart Attack) Receiving Center<br />

<strong>and</strong> Trauma Level IV. That coupled with a beautiful<br />

hospital in a scenic location makes Oro Valley Hospital<br />

an exceptional place to work.<br />

Experienced Nurses Needed<br />

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www.OroValleyHospital.com or<br />

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An Equal Opportunity Employer.<br />

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Now<br />

Recruiting!<br />

Welcome to <strong>Wyoming</strong> Behavioral Institute, a 90-bed<br />

acute care psychiatric hospital in Casper, <strong>Wyoming</strong>,<br />

specializing in the treatment of children, adolescents <strong>and</strong><br />

adults.<br />

Our philosophy is intensity of service with a true patient<br />

focus.<br />

We believe in providing the highest quality treatment<br />

services available for long-term healing <strong>and</strong> improved<br />

quality of life.<br />

If you have a commitment to service excellence, join our<br />

team today!<br />

We offer excellent compensation <strong>and</strong> full benefits<br />

package. Interested applicants please visit our website<br />

<strong>and</strong> apply online today!<br />

www.wbihelp.com<br />

<strong>Wyoming</strong> Behavioral Institute has been accredited by the Joint<br />

Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)<br />

<strong>and</strong> is licensed by the State of <strong>Wyoming</strong>’s Department of Health.<br />

<strong>Wyoming</strong> Behavioral Institute is owned, managed <strong>and</strong> operated by a<br />

subsidiary of Universal Health Services, Inc., one of the largest providers<br />

of high-quality healthcare in the nation.


Patient First, Every Time<br />

<strong>Wyoming</strong> Medical Center, located in the heart of <strong>Wyoming</strong>,<br />

is a 191 bed Acute Care Level II Trauma Center<br />

with over 50 specialties <strong>and</strong> 150 Physicians on staff.<br />

If you are a nurse committed to service excellence,<br />

join our team today.<br />

We offer excellent benefits <strong>and</strong> <strong>Wyoming</strong> has no state tax!<br />

To apply & view all of our current openings<br />

visit wyomingmedicalcenter.org<br />

or call Davina Drazick at (307) 577-2045<br />

Equal Opportunity Employer

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