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2018 Iowa Nurses Foundation / Iowa Nurses Association Conference and Annual Meeting

Table of Contents

Board of Directors. ................................................................. 3

Business Meeting Agenda. ........................................................... 5

Election Procedures and Parliamentary Information. ........................................ 7

2017 Annual Meeting Minutes. ...................................................... 11

Strategic Plan. ................................................................... 13

President. ....................................................................... 17

Executive Director. ................................................................ 18

INA Membership. ................................................................. 20

INA Financial Statements. ........................................................... 23

Region Reports. .................................................................. 28

2018 Legislative Priorities. .......................................................... 32

ANA Membership Assembly. ........................................................ 37

Iowa Nurses Foundation President. .................................................... 41

Iowa Nurses Foundation Financial Statement. ............................................ 42

Fundraising for INF Scholarships. ..................................................... 45

2018 Leadership Elections. .......................................................... 46

2018 Bylaw Amendments. .......................................................... 56

Appendix. ...................................................................... 58

INA Bylaws. ..................................................................... 58

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INA Annual Business Meeting

AGENDA

October 19, 2018

3:30 – 4:30 p.m.

3:30 Call to Order—Jann Ricklefs, President

• Roll Call of the Board of Directors

• Roll Call of Membership by Region

• Declaration of Quorum

• Appointment of Parliamentarian

• Review and Approval of the Agenda

• 2017 Annual Meeting Minutes

3:35 INA Financial Road Map — Anne Cook, Treasurer

3:45 Executive Director’s Message — Tobi Moore, Executive Director

• Progress Report on the Strategic Plan

• Membership

3:55 2018 Proposed Bylaw Amendments — Lisa Caffery, Bylaws Chair

4:05 Membership questions/comments regarding written reports in the book

of reports

4:10 Motions from the Membership

4:15 Greetings to Collaborative Organizations

4:20 Recognition of Outgoing Board Members — Jann Ricklefs, President

4:25 Recognition of Incoming Board Members —Julie Schilling, Nominations Chair

4:30 Adjournment — Jann Ricklefs, President

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Election Procedures

RULES:

1. All members in good standing may vote

2. No congregating or campaigning will be allowed near

voting area while voting is in progress.

Meeting Rules

____________________________________________________

Rule 1: Registered members must wear their name

badges during the business session.

Rule 2: In making a motion or speaking to a question,

a delegate shall move to the floor microphone,

address the Chair, await recognition of the Chair,

and give the delegate’s name and region.

Rule 3: The correct form to use in making a motion is “I

move that...”

Rule 4: All motions and amendments should be written

and signed by the maker of the motion or

amendment and then given to the Chair.

Rule 5: A member may not speak against her/his own

motion, but may vote against it.

Rule 6: No member shall speak more than once, or

longer than three minutes, on the same question

until all have spoken who wish to express and

opinion.

Rule 7: All reports and supplements to reports shall be

written and shall not be read.

Rule 8: A nominating speech of one minute will be

allowed for each nomination from the floor.

Rule 9: Only currently paid members of the Association

are entitled to vote at the polls upon verification

of their current dues being in good standing

according to the most current membership

rosters provided to the tellers. Members not in

attendance may vote by proxy per INA Articles of

Incorporation, Article IV.

Rule 10: The Association staff shall report the number

of members registered after the opening

ceremonies. Supplementary reports may be given

later as the Chair may direct.

Rule 11: A member should raise her/his hand to indicate

she/he cannot hear.

Rule 12: The member will act only on the resolves of a

resolution. Questions of clarification will be

handled according to parliamentary procedure.

Rule 13: All sessions of the Annual Business Meeting shall

be open to the public unless the Chair declares an

executive question.

Rule 14: No smoking will be allowed during the sessions

of the Annual Business Meeting.

Rule 15: Non-ANA members, with the exception of ANA

and INA staff, including consultants, must have

permission of the President to speak.

Rule 16 Items under New Business must receive a 2/3

vote of the members present in order to be

considered.

Rule 17

Revised 2007

On the election ballot, the “write-in” names

must also be marked with a check mark in order

that the tellers will count it as a vote.

Parliamentary Information

____________________________________________________

Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised is the parliamentary

authority that shall govern the INA Business Meeting. The

chair, as the presiding officer, rules on all matters relative to

parliamentary law and procedures. The Parliamentarian

serves only in an advisory capacity to the presiding officer and

members.

Member participation in the business session is governed by

the standing rules.

The motions that follow are defined in terms of action a

delegate may desire to propose. Rules governing these

motions are listed in Table 1.

A main motion introduces a subject to the Business Meeting

for consideration and is stated: “I move that....”

FILLING OUT A MOTION FORM

Three part motion forms are provided by the INA staff. They

will be available at the Head Table by the Secretary and

by the Executive Director. Please fill them out completely

before bringing forward a motion for consideration at the

Business meeting for discussion.

You must sign your name and Region and get the signature

of a person to second the motion before bringing it up.

An amendment (primary) is a motion to modify the working

of a motion. The motion to amend may be made in one of the

following forms, determined by the action desired: “I move

to amend by.....”

striking (word(s), phrase, paragraph).”

inserting (word(s), phrase, paragraph).”

adding (word(s), phrase, or paragraph at the end

of the motion).”

substituting (paragraph or entire text of a resolution or

main motion and inserting another that is

germane).

An amendment to an amendment is a motion to modify the

wording of the proposed amendment and is made as follows:

“I move to amend the amendment by....” The same

forms for making an amendment are applicable for making a

secondary amendment.

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The motion to commit or refer is generally used to send a

pending motion (also called “the question”) to a small group

of selected persons - a committee, board, or cabinet, for

example - so that the question may be studied and put in

better condition for the assembly to consider. The motion

is stated: “I move to commit the question to..........for

further study.”

The motion to close a debate (previous question), if seconded

and approved by a two-thirds vote, stops discussion on the

pending question and is stated: “I move the previous

question.”

A division of the assembly may be called by any member if

the chair’s decision on a voice vote is in question. The member

proceeds to the microphone and states: “I call for a division

of the house.” The chair then takes a standing or roll call

vote.

A division of the question may be called when a pending

motion relates to a single subject but contains several parts,

each capable of standing as a complete proposition. The

parts can be separated and each considered and voted on as

a distinct question. The motion is stated: “I move to divide

the question........as follows....”

The motion to reconsider enables a majority of the assembly

to bring back for further consideration a motion that has

already been voted. The purpose of reconsidering a vote is

to permit correction of hasty, ill-advised, or erroneous action,

or to take into account added information or a situation that

has changed since the vote was taken. (Note exception on the

Table-Rules Governing Motions)

Parliamentary inquiry is a question directed to the presiding

officer to obtain information on parliamentary law or the

rules of the organization as relevant to the business at hand.

A member addresses the chair and states: “I rise to a (point)

of parliamentary inquiry.”

Point of information is a request, directed to the chair or

through the chair to another officer or member for information

relevant to the business and hand. The request is not related

to parliamentary procedure. The member addresses the chair

and states: “I rise to a point of information.”

The motion to appeal the decision of the chair is made at

the time the chair makes a ruling. If it is made by a member

and seconded by another member, the question is taken from

the chair and vested in the voting body for a final decision.

The motion is stated: “I move to appeal the decision of

the chair.”

Before a member can make a motion or address the assembly

on any question, it is necessary that he or she obtain the floor

through recognition by the presiding officer. The member must:

- rise and proceed to the microphone.

- address the chair by saying, “Madam

Chairperson”

- await recognition

- give name and region

- state immediately the reason for rising.

Rules Governing Motions

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Interrupt Speaker Recognized by Chair Requires a Second Debated Vote

Main motion NO YES YES YES Majority

Amendment NO YES YES YES Majority

Amendment to

amendment

NO YES YES YES Majority

Refer to Committee NO YES YES YES Majority

Limit Debate NO YES YES NO Two-thirds

Close debate (previous

quest)

NO YES YES NO Two-thirds

Divide the Question NO YES YES NO Majority

Division of Assembly YES NO NO NO

Demand of single

member compels division

Reconsider NO YES YES YES Majority*

Point of parliamentary

inquiry

YES NO NO NO Chair Decides

Point of Information YES NO NO NO Chair Decides

Appeal decision of chair

Yes (at time of

decision)

NO Yes (limited ruling) YES Majority

*Majority vote except when the motion being reconsidered required a two-thirds vote for its passage; then the motion to

reconsider requires a two-thirds vote.

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Iowa Nurses Association

Annual Business Meeting Minutes

October 20, 2017

Des Moines Iowa

Jann Ricklefs, President Sue Whitty, Vice-President Anne Cook, Treasurer

Marcia Weis, Secretary

Virginia Wangerin,

Resolutions

Carol Chesterman, Public

Policy

Vacant, Staff Nurse @ Large Andrea Wilhite, Membership Lynn Böes, Legal Counsel

Linda Opheim, NW Region

Rep

Nan Ambrosy, NE Region Rep Brian Cooley, SW Region Rep

Barb Gano, Central Region Rep Becky Lewis, SE Region Rep

Lorinda Inman, INF

Representative

Maggie Rice, State

Tobi Moore, Int. Exec. Director

Coordinator

Present: bold

1. Meeting called to order by President Ricklefs at 2:34pm with the reading of the INA Mission

Statement: To connect, advocate, and support for nurses and healthcare in Iowa.

2. Roll Call of the Board of Directors (see bolded names above for those in attendance)

3. Roll Call of Membership by region was held.

4. Roll Call of Membership revealed 41 members present and 13 proxy voters. A quorum was declared

by Lynn Boes.

5. Nan Ambrosy was appointed as parliamentarian.

6. The agenda was reviewed and approved as written.

7. Thursday, October 13, 2016 Annual Meeting minutes have been reviewed and approved by the

Board of Directors.

8. Anne Cook, treasurer presented INA profit and loss summary as well as the current balance sheet.

Motion to accept treasury report was made by Mary Tarbox and seconded by Elaine Bob. Motion

passed unanimously.

9. Tobi Moore provided executive director message, progress on strategic plan and review of

membership pilot.

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10. Sue Whitty, Bylaws Chair reviewed the following bylaw amendments:

a. The Bylaws Committee moves the membership accept proposed Amendment #1: Insert

Articles of Incorporation per ANA request between Table of Contents and Article 1. Jann

Ricklefs called for motion. Vote was held, and motion passed unanimously at 3:03pm.

b. The Bylaws Committee moves that the membership accept proposed Amendment #2: ANA

Representatives Election Process into Article I as proposed on page 46 of the Conference

Book except to delete the word “for” on first line of Article I paragraph 2D. Jann Ricklefs

called for motion. Vote was held, and motion passed unanimously at 3:05pm.

c. The Bylaws Committee moves that the membership accept proposed Amendment #3:

Update language House of Delegates to Membership Assembly Delegates to represent

Leadership Council to add successor. Jann Ricklefs called for motion. Vote was held, and

motion passed unanimously at 3:08pm.

d. The Bylaws Committee moves that the membership accept proposed Amendment #4:

Change Vice President to President Elect to coincide with ANA. Jann Ricklefs called for

motion. Vote was held, and motion passed unanimously at 3:14pm.

e. The Bylaws Committee moves that the membership accept proposed Amendment #5: Update

language House of Delegates to Membership Assembly Delegate to represent Leadership

Council to add successor and change Vice President to President Elect to coincide with ANA.

Jann Ricklefs called for motion. Vote was held, and motion passed unanimously at 3:18pm.

11. A clarification regarding written reports in the book of reports was that all fees go to the Board of

Nursing and Fines go into the General Fund.

12. There were no motions from the membership.

13. Kathleen Weinburg reviewed the Report of State Government Board of Nursing and the Report of

the Iowa Public Health Department-see Convention Book.

14. President Ricklefs recognized outgoing Board Members.

15. Julie Shilling, nominations chair recognized incoming Board Members.

16. Motion made by Sue Whitty, seconded by Linda Opheim to adjourn the meeting. Meeting was

adjourned by President Ricklefs at 3:35pm.

17. Respectfully submitted by Marcia Weis INA secretary

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STRATEGIC PLAN 2016-2018

Desired Impacts

INA exists to create an environment where:

• All nurses see themselves as competent, confident leaders.

• Our nursing community engages in efforts to improve the well-being of nurses.

• Our nursing community works together to advance the profession and quality

healthcare in Iowa’s legislative environment.

• Decision-makers recognize the essential voice of nursing in their healthcare

debates and discussions.

• Our nursing expertise is integrated to healthcare design and transformation.

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ADVANCE THE

POWER OF

NURSES

FOCUS

Activate Grassroots

• Increase awareness of INA investments in advocacy and the legislative

agenda

• Improve the understanding and involvement on the issues impacting the

practice of nursing

• Clarify communication that INA advocates for the whole profession

External Visibility

• Develop and expand connections with other state and government

agencies

• Educate, monitor and influence the Legislature and agencies.

• Identify emerging trends and concerns

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REJUVENATE

BRAND IDENTITY

FOCUS

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STRENGTHEN

PARTNERSHIPS

FOCUS

Articulate the Value of INA

• Evaluate the organization mission

• Develop mission, value and impact statements

• Develop key strategic message bullet points around the value of membership

• Collect and utilize testimonials around members’ stories

Enhance Communications

• Develop a communications plan that encompasses all types of

communications (email, print, social media, website, etc.)

• Create a calendar of different items throughout the year that can be reported

to the membership

• Create dynamic collateral marketing materials to better position the association

Specialty Nurse Organizations

• Engage with specialty nursing organizations to enhance nursing synergy in

Iowa

• Develop process to optimize specialties to maximize nursing as a profession

Form Alliances

• Develop Community Partners

• Promote a healthier Iowa

• Focus on collaborative care

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Report of the INA President

Jann E. Ricklefs, PhD, RN, CNE

The American Nurses Association has declared that 2018 is the year for nurses to

focus on advocacy. Janet Haebler and Matthew Fitting, leaders within the organization

toward action and change, define advocacy as “leveraging ones’ position to support,

protect, or speak out for the rights and interests of others.” This definition speaks to

the belief that I hold as the President of the Iowa Nurses Association (INA) in leading

the Board, staff, and members as we continue to work toward advocating for all Iowa

nurses in practice and through legislative policy.

Jann Ricklefs,

PhD, RN, CNE

Since we met last year at the 2017 annual conference, I have been busy representing

our organization through various activities. Our INA Board meetings include not only conducting the usual

business of our association but looking for innovative ideas to support membership and public policy. At

the state level I participated in activities that included advocating for nurses and patient care by working

with state health care leaders in committee work and keeping informed on key healthcare initiatives. There

are many health care challenges in our state that offer nurses opportunities for advocacy and it is vital that

nurses are involved.

Last December Tobi Moore and I joined other state association leaders at the ANA Leadership Summit

held in Alexandria, Virginia. The day and a half agenda included building and refining leadership skills,

discussing best practices for nonprofit organizations, and networking activities with peers. I also had the

opportunity to contribute toward the development of a strategic plan for ANA for 2017- 2020. In February

I participated with nurses and student nurses in INA’s Lobby Day. The day was filled with discussing public

policy that impact the health of Iowans and promoting full practice for nurses at all levels of practice

and specialty. Meeting with our state legislators was enlightening and I was impressed to hear how

knowledgeable they were on issues impacting nursing and patient care. If you have not attended Lobby

Day I strongly encourage you to do so.

In June, along with our President Elect Lisa Caffery, Public Policy Chair Carol Chesterman, Executive

Director Tobi Moore and I attended the 2018 Membership Assembly in Washington D.C. Day one focused

on legislative advocacy as we met with our legislators or their representatives and discussed potential

legislation impacting safe staffing for nurses, nursing workforce development, gun violence, and addiction

treatment. The next two days were spent attending candidate forums for positions on the ANA Board

of Directors and voting in the elections. We also had the opportunity during the two days to participate

in dialogue forums that covered secondary opioid exposure concerns for nurses, the ANA presidential

endorsement process, and the ANA position statement on Euthanasia, Assisted Suicide, and Aid in Dying.

What an exciting and motivational three days!

I am honored and privileged to serve as your state president and look forward to the coming year. There are

always highlights and challenges and INA has a great staff and Board that are very capable of continuing

our mission, “To connect, advocate, and support for nurses and healthcare in Iowa.”

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Executive Director's Report

Tobi Lyon Moore, MBA, CAE, CFRE

“Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is

success.” Henry Ford

2018 was a year that brought many changes to the operations and staff support

for Iowa Nurses Association (INA). Effective January 1, 2018, INA signed a contract

with Ngage Association Management to support the association and better serve

the membership and future membership. This brought additional staff in finance,

membership, communication and event planning to support both INA and the Iowa

Nurses Foundation. INA contracted with Linda Goeldener to serve as Public Policy

Tobi Lyon Moore,

MBA, CAE, CFRE

Advisor for 2018. The Association continued their contract with Davis, Brown, Koehn, Shors and Roberts,

PC for legal services. INA contracted with Capital Group for 2018 lobbying services.

On March 1, 2017 the association became a part of a membership pilot with ANA, called the “value

pricing pilot.” Membership growth... 33.8%. Yes 33.8% growth since March 1, 2017! We ended August

2018 with 1120 members. INA is seeing a 1.6% average monthly growth in membership.

What is the value pricing pilot? The pilot implemented “standard” joint membership for ANA and INA at

$174 annually/$15 monthly pricing. All membership options except joint membership have been eliminated

for the pilot. At value price points, there is not resistance to joint membership, so ANA and state-only

memberships are no longer needed. This also eliminates all dues discounts. All new members pay the same

price for Standard Membership. Eliminating dues discounts has not caused any issues in the current pilot

states. Even the elimination of new RN discounts has not been problematic; in fact, new RN acquisition

has been 20 percent higher in pilot states than in non-pilot states that offer 50 percent discounts to new

RNs. Retention rates are significantly higher as well. During the June 2019 ANA Membership Assembly,

members will be voting on whether to make the pilot permanent or discontinue this type of dues structure.

This year we launched our CE Genius smartphone application. INA partnered with Continuing Education

Genius to provide a smartphone application that quickly and easily records continuing education credits.

The application, called CE Genius, will automatically update the number of acquired credits for each

state license you have placed into the program, providing a visual summarization of your progress toward

completing your goals. You can enter credits from all providers and maintain individual privacy. CE Genius

has a built-in reminder for continuing education, license requirements and other events. You can share

data whenever you choose to your laptop or other external sources. Nurses from across the United States

can use this application, but INA members get this application at a reduced rate!

In addition, INA partnered with NSO to bring professional lability insurance to Iowa Nurses. For over 40

years, Nurses Service Organization (NSO) has been helping defend RNs, nurse practitioners, LPN/LVNs, CNSs,

nursing aids and student nurses from medical malpractice lawsuits. Over 550,000 nursing professionals

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New services on the horizon for INA in 2018 include launching an online Legislative Action Center. The

Legislative Action Center is a platform to allow our public policy committee and membership to track

legislation and keep our membership updated on INA positions with certain legislation. The other benefit

is that we can track when a member has clicked on an email, visited our page, or taken any action. As we

advance our level of advocacy within the Association, this service will be able very beneficial.

INA is in the process of hiring a Government and External Affairs Manager. The primary duties of the

Government and External Affairs Manager are public relations, advocacy, outreach and government

relations. This individual will be the lead Iowa staff member who manages relationships with external

stakeholders, membership and government officials. This individual will have the responsibility for a wide

range of professional and community development matters related to nursing and healthcare in Iowa. This

is a part-time position where hours will vary from month to month. This position will be in the Des Moines

area and must be a licensed RN in the state of Iowa.

As Executive Director for INA, I became the Iowa contact for the Nurses on Boards Coalition (NOBC).

NOBC represents national and state efforts by nurses and others working to build healthier communities

in America. Our goal is to improve the health of communities and the nation through the service of nurses

on boards and other bodies. The key strategy of the NOBC is to increase nurses’ presence and influence on

corporate, health-related, and other boards, panels, and commissions. The Coalition’s intent is to ensure

that at least 10,000 nurses are on boards by 2020, as well as raise awareness that all boards would benefit

from the unique perspective of nurses to achieve the goals of improved health as well as efficient and

effective health care systems at the local, state, and national level.

INA continues to look for ways to grow membership and retain the members we have. Thank you to

all the INA members for knowing the importance of your membership, and the hard work that you put

into this organization. Most of all, thank you for your dedication to the profession. With every member

being engaged and active, INA will be able to maximize our progress and work together for success in the

profession.

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INA Financial Statements

September 2018 Written Financial Summary

Operating Revenues:

Membership Dues: With us nine (9) months into our fiscal year, we are ahead of budget in our membership

dues revenue by $11,776.20.

Lobby Day: The 2018 lobby day had a net loss of $290.66.

Non-Dues Revenue: We have 4th quarter royalties yet to receive and are projected to be on budget in

this category.

Program Income: Due to the increase of solicitation of sponsorships and increase in registration,

convention income is over budget by $7,760.21 and the Association is projected to take in additional

revenue during the month of October from exhibitor and attendee registrations.

Operating Expenses:

Items not in budget but have been identified as monthly recurring expenses is phone and member relations

payroll fees.

INA is currently over budget in the categories of Government Relations Advisor and legal fees. Only

because expenses from December 2017 were invoiced and paid in January 2018, and not in 2017 fiscal

year. Government Relations Advisor will be over by $477.17 and legal fees will be over by $1,326.13.

Association Management will be over budget due to the change in how expenses are paid for staffing

starting June 1st, due to the change in the Member Relations position. Member Relations will be under

budget by $17,294.97 as this account won’t be allocated additional charges after June.

The expenses that are included under miscellaneous for $745.95 include the INLS bulletin and flowers or

memorial donations for funerals. In 2019 budget we will itemize the INLS bulletin on a separate line item.

Net Profit:

We ended the month of September with a net gain of $23,790.63.

Finance Committee Report:

Committee Members: Diane Anderson, NW Region; Peggy Khan, NE Region; Rhonda Carney, Central

Region; Deann Shortt, SE Region; and Anne Cook, Chair.

The Finance Committee met via teleconference on 2-26-28, 4-30-18, 8-7-18 and 9-17-18. Committee

members and the Board received a financial report monthly for their review.

During 2018 the committee has worked on their identified goals of investigating higher yield investments

and reviewing financial policies and procedures of the association, and centralizing bank accounts, along

with budget planning and regular review of association finances. We will continue this work in 2019

during our quarterly meetings.

The Finance Committee is working on updating financial policies and procedures that will be presented to

the Board during their November meeting.

Committee members have been actively engaged in committee meetings and have provided valuable

perspective on the financial affairs of the association. Executive Director Tobi Moore has been instrumental

in preparation of financial reports and budget planning for 2019.

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INA Financial Statements

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INA Financial Statements

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INA Financial Statements

SBIRT:

Screening, Brief Intervention,

and Referral to Treatment

FREE ONLINE TRAINING

at https://uiowa.edu/sbirt/

• SBIRT is an early-intervention approach

for identifying, reducing, and preventing

problematic drug and alcohol use

• SBIRT can be practiced in any health care setting

For more information,

including free training materials

and guidelines for how to

implement SBIRT, go to

https://uiowa.edu/sbirt/

The University of Iowa College of Nursing

With funding from the Substance Abuse

and Mental Health Services

Administration (SAMHSA)

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Region Reports

Central Region

Pam Deichmann, MPH, BSN, RN, Central Region President

INA Central Region attempts to meet quarterly to carry out goals to network with other

INA members; support Nurses Day, keep updated on legislative issues, and lastly to support

nursing students within the district.

The officers include Pam Deichmann as Regional Chair, Barb Gano as INA Board Director

and Rhonda Carney as Region Treasurer. The Meeting Calendar is set up at the first of the

year; and attempts to include a mix of business and fun networking events. In 2018 we

hosted a networking dinner, participated in strategic planning; supported the purchase of

display items for nursing events; and hosted a wine and cheese event for Nurses Week.

We continue to struggle with finding dates that work for our members but plan to continue for 2019

setting goals to have a mix of business and networking events. This will include a planning session in

November that will set up the 2019 Calendar.

Our current goals remain

• Support INA member networking opportunities

• Create a student nursing event

• Participate in public policy development

• Host a Nurses Week event in Central Iowa

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Region Reports

Northeast Region

Margaretta O’Neill, MSN, Northeast Region President

Northeast Region 2018 Officers:

• Margaretta O’Neill-President

• Peggy Khan- Finance Chair

• Julie Kolker-Communication Chair

• Brenda Helmuth- INA Board Representative (replacing Nan Ambrosy-retired)

New officers will be elected at the Fall 2018 Annual Meeting.

Northeast Region 2018 Meetings:

• Legislative Day February 13, 2018 attended by several members of the NE Region including a group

of NSNA students from Northeast Iowa Community College and faculty Margaretta O’Neill, MSN.

The priority legislative bills under consideration were discussed.

• On May 5, 2018 NE Region held a meeting at Franklin Hotel located in Strawberry Point, Iowa.

Agenda items discussed included upcoming election ballot, finance, INA board and committee

reports.

• On August 15, 2018 a phone conference for the region was held.

Northeast Region Highlights for 2018:

• Nominating Committee: Deb Crawford reported results from 2018 election for NE Region members.

New members include:

o Kelly Delp, RN from the Waterloo area

o Peggy Khan, RN from the Waukon area

o Jacqueline Meyer, RN from the Waterloo area.

• NE Region members are collaborating to appoint an additional member to fill the eighth position

on the council for the NE Region which is currently open.

• Carol Chesterman and Sue Whitty continue public policy efforts in their work with review of

proposed bills of interest to nursing and monitoring the ongoing legislative activities in Des Moines.

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Region Reports

Southeast Region

Mary P. Tarbox, RN, EdD, Southeast Region President

Meeting Schedule:

The SE Region members have met several times in the past year. Meetings are scheduled

from one to the other. The region will meet on Thursday, October 4th for a meeting and

a presentation about Human Trafficking. It is expected that the presentation will be of

interest to members and nursing students in the region.

Officers:

President: Mary Tarbox

Vice President

Secretary

Treasurer: Deann Shortt

INA representative: Becky Lewis

Meeting Content:

In the winter, 2018, the regional meeting in Iowa City focused on the Opioid Crisis. In the spring, members

met in West Branch to talk about reorganizing the region and what kind of programs would attract

members. In addition, the members discussed a social media presence and how to communicate better

with all members.

Special events and/or activities:

The October 4th meeting is a special event for members and for nursing students. Continuing education

credits will be offered.

A social event is planned near the holiday season in the winter to meet and greet members and welcome

student members

Possible Goals:

1. Maintain the membership of the SE Region

2. Offer meeting content that is of interest to members and nursing students

3. Pursue opportunities to collaborate with other organizations to offer programs together

4. Explore ways to involve more regional members in organizational activities

5. Continue to enhance social media presence to communicate with members

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Current Northwest Region Officers:

President: Mary Kovarna

Secretary: Christina Peterson

Treasurer: Diane Anderson

Board Representative: Linda Opheim

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Region Reports

Northwest Region

Mary Kovarna, EdD., RN, Northwest Region President

Mary Kovarna, the Region President and other members from the Northwest Region

participated in INA Legislative Day including a strong showing from the Regions’ schools

of nursing.

Correspondence has been through emails and phone conferences.

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2018 INA Legislative Priorities and Status of Bills

The 2018 legislative session was another busy one for members of INA’s Public Policy

Committee. At the height of the session the committee was monitoring over seventy

bills that affected the practice of nursing and healthcare in Iowa. The Iowa Nurses

Association monitors and supports legislation that safeguards the healthcare of Iowans

and supports the practice of nursing allowing nurses to practice to the full extent of

their education and licensure. INA tracks and monitors legislation that impacts the

health care of children, older adults, and women along with, public health, nurse

and patient safety. Our five legislative priorities, related bills and their outcomes are

summarized below.

In the upcoming months INA will again identify legislative priorities for the next session.

We value your input. Submit ideas/thoughts to inapublicpolicy@gmail.com. Watch

for upcoming news on the roll-out of new public policy software that will notify INA

members of legislation important to them and help members connect with their legislators easily.

The members of the Public Policy Committee remain committed to monitoring and influencing legislation

that protects professional nursing practice and the healthcare of Iowans. Join us in connecting with

your legislators about important issues. Legislators need nurse’s input to make informed decisions about

healthcare. Make nursing’s voice known, you will see that nursing advocacy works!

The bills listed below are the bills and bill numbers as of May 5 (adjournment). This is an update to the

notice published in March. To find a bill go to https://www.legis.iowa.gov/legislation and enter the bill

number.

In response to the current healthcare environment INA has focused its efforts this year on the

four priorities listed below:

1. Accessing Mental Health Services

2. Responding to the Opioid Substance Use Disorder Crisis

3. Supporting Efforts to Strengthen the Nursing Workforce

4. Supporting Efforts to Ensure Quality Care Healthcare Services to Medicaid Recipients

Accessing Mental Health Services and Supports that include:

• Offering a full array of affordable, accessible treatment options including recovery-oriented systems

for prevention, early intervention and treatment.

• Increasing the number of mental health treatment beds across the state.

• Increasing nurse providers through loan repayment and educational funding.

• Supporting reimbursement parity for mental health treatment.

Bill Status for Mental Health Services

• Comprehensive Mental Health Bill (HF 2456) signed

• Medicaid Funding (SF 2418) signed

• MH & Disability Services (SF 2252) signed

Carol

Chesterman,

MSN, RN, Chair,

INA Public Policy

Committee

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• Suicide Prevention Training (SF 2113) signed

• Behavioral Hospitals License Transfer (SF 2334) signed

• Integrated Health Homes ( SF 2207) failed

• Psychiatric Bed Tracking (SF 2251) failed

COMMENTS

• HF 2456 Comprehensive MH Bill was signed by the Governor. It incorporates all provisions of

Complex Needs Workgroup Recommendations from SF 504 (2017) revising property tax levy. Revises

commitments for mental health and substance abuse, communications with law enforcement, allows

mental health professional reports to the court, allows video conferences, requires Medicaid MCOs

to reimburse for covered services, requires mobile response (Assertive Community Treatment [ACT]

teams), crisis stabilization, civil commitment prescreening, statewide crisis hotline, commitment

workgroup, tertiary care workgroup, funding interim committee, and subacute bed tracking.

• SF 2252 Mental Health and Disability (MH/DS) Services was signed into law and further refines

mental health redesign adding new required regional core services on or before July 1, 2021 that

includes 22 assertive community treatment teams, six access centers, and intensive residential

homes that serve up to 120 people. It also strikes the current unpopular requirement of 25% spend

down increasing it to 30%. Regions will submit quarterly reports to DHS documenting milestones,

and in the event goals are not reached, a plan of correction is required.

• SF 2113 Suicide Prevention Training was signed into law. It requires schools to implement training

on suicide prevention for licensed school employees.

• SF 2334 Behavioral Hospitals which allows for conversion of a hospital license. It was signed into

law.

• HF 2331 Intensive Residential Services and SF 2207 Integrated Health Homes which would provide

services for people with serious and persistent MI. See HF 2456, Section 13 calls for rules.

• SF 2251 Psychiatric Bed Tracking failed. See HF 2456, Section 20 for rules for subacute bed tracking

to be written.

• SF 2418 HHS Appropriations Bill was signed included in Dept Public Health “Community Capacity,”

$2 million to resume funding for medical residency program at Broadlawns and $250,000 to Des

Moines University for psychiatric training for physicians.

Responding to the Opioid Substance Use Disorder Crisis by providing:

• Funding treatment and education/prevention measures.

• Expanding access to naloxone, an opioid overdose reversal drug with Good Samaritan protections.

• Removing barriers that limit non physician providers to prescribe buprenorphine medication assisted

treatment.

• Increasing effective provider use of prescription drug monitoring programs with across state border

collaboration.

• Expanding drug take back and needle safety programs.

• Creating pretrial diversion options, including drug courts that assist those with substance abuse

issues to obtain treatment in lieu of incarceration.

Bills Status on Opioid Substance Use Disorder Crisis

• Combatting Opioid Epidemic (HF 2377) signed

• Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) (SF 2198) incorporated

• Electronic prescriptions (SF 2312) incorporated

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• Pharmacist administration naloxone (SF 2322) signed

• Needle Exchange Program (HF 2208 & SF2294) failed

• Controlled Substances (SF 2308) incorporated/failed

• Immunity in Alcohol/Over Dose Cases (SF 415) failed

COMMENTS

• HF 2377 updates the Prescription Monitoring Program signed (PMP) which will integrate with

electronic health records and requires prescribers to register for PMP and use when prescribing

opioids. It requires the use of electronic prescriptions by January 1, 2020, requires Board of Pharmacy

to annually issue prescriber activity reports to each practitioner, requires establishment of criteria to

identify patients who are potentially abusing/misusing controlled substances and practitioners who

exceed reasonably prudent prescribing. Offers immunity for the first reporter of an OD who remains

on the scene until emergency services arrive. This assistance will be considered as a mitigating

factor in criminal prosecutions. The bill was identified by Speaker of the House, Linda Upmeyer, RN,

ARNP as a priority bill to pass.

• SF 2198 Prescription Monitoring Program was incorporated into HF 2377. It would have added

prescribers to those required to report to the prescription monitoring program on controlled

substance prescriptions written.

• SF 2312 Electronic Prescriptions was incorporated into HF 2377. It required prescriptions to be

submitted to pharmacies electronically by July 2020.

• SF 2322 Pharmacist Services allows pharmacists to administer naloxone, as well as nicotine and

tobacco replacement products, immunizations and vaccines. Signed.

• HF 2208 & SF 2294 Needle Exchange both failed. The bills would have exempted needles exchanged

or possessed through an approved needle exchange program from drug paraphernalia laws.

• SF 2308 Controlled Substances was partially incorporated into HF 2377 with the classification of

12 substances into Schedule 1, one into Schedule 2 and one identified as a precursor. The section

that would have required persons who manufacture, distribute/dispense controlled substances to

be registered with the Board of Pharmacy failed.

• SF 415 Immunity in Alcohol/OD Cases failed. It would have established immunity for a person who

seeks emergency assistance for another due to alcohol or drug overdose. The person must fulfill

certain conditions for immunity.

Support Efforts to Strengthen the Nursing Workforce by:

• Recognizing and addressing the impending nursing shortage.

• Increasing nursing workforce funding and loan repayment.

• Increasing the number of nursing faculty through loan repayment and educational funding.

• Increasing the number of nurses with higher education as recommended by the Robert Wood

Johnson Foundation’s Future of Nursing report.

• Maintaining full practice authority for Advanced Practice Nurses.

Bill Status on Strengthening Nursing Workforce

• Licensing and Refresher Courses (SF 2203) signed

• Genetic Counselors (SF2228) signed

• Tele-Health Payments (HF 2305) signed

• Education Appropriations (SF 2415) signed

• Health Provider Loan Repayments (SF 2350) failed

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Background

• The US is projected to experience a shortage of RNs that is expected to intensify as Baby Boomers

and the need for health care grows. The 60-69 age groups compromise 17.2% or 8,835 licensed

RNs in Iowa.

• The Institute of Medicine’s evidenced-based recommendations recognize that patient needs have

become more complicated and nurses must attain higher levels of education in order to have the

requisite competencies to deliver high quality care.

• In Iowa from 2015-2017, it is expected that 94 nursing faculty will retire and the shortage of

faculty is restricting program enrollments. US Schools turned away 64,067 qualified applicants from

baccalaureate and graduate programs in 2016 due to insufficient faculty, clinical sites, classroom

space, clinical preceptors and budget constraints according to AACN (2017).

COMMENTS

• SF 2203 Licensing and Refresher Courses was signed. Proposed by Board of Nursing, it allows the

BON to authorize a nurse to practice nursing to complete the clinical component of a refresher

course.

• SF 2228 Genetic Counselors was signed. It maintains nurse genetic counselor’s ability to practice

under their nursing license but are disciplined under the Board of Medicine (BOM). Other counselors

are licensed under the BOM.

• HF 2305 Telehealth Payments was signed into law. The bill requires health insurance companies to

cover tele-health services.

• SF 2415 Education Appropriations was signed funding at $200,000 for “Health Care Related

Loans” under 261.116 - RN and Nurse Educator Loan Repayment program. Only ARNPs and nurse

educators are covered, no BSN or ADN repayment. Recipients are limited to $6000/year for 5 years.

• SF 2350 Health Provider Loan Repayments failed. It would have combined loan repayment programs

as proposed in 2017.

Support Efforts to Ensure Quality Care Healthcare Services to Medicaid

Recipients:

• Support oversight of Medicaid contractors to insure quality health care for this vulnerable population.

• Advocate for mutually collaborative relationships between Medicaid contractors and service

providers that includes responsiveness to patient needs, flexible services and fair reimbursement

practices.

Bill Status on Ensure Quality Care Healthcare Services to Medicaid Recipients

• DHS Programs & Services (HF 2462/HF 2483) inserted in HHS Appropriations bill (SF 2418, Division

XXVI) signed

• Medicaid Managed Care MCO Reviews (HF 2292) failed

• Medicaid Integrated Care (SF 2284) failed

• Medicaid Managed Care (HF 2104) failed

COMMENTS

• SF 2418 Health & Human Services Appropriations (HHS) bill passed and was signed with an

increase for Medicaid services being funded at $1.8 billion which includes $1,545,530 for Medicaid

Managed Care oversight of providers processes and procedures (SF 2418 language) and funding of

$876,015 for Adult Mental Health (HF 2456). Medicaid retroactive eligibility will be reinstated for

individuals in long term care facilities. The Medical Assistance Advisory Council (MAAC) will review

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data collected to identify trends and issues and promote efficient administration of Medicaid. It

eliminates various copayments for prescription drugs only requiring a $1 copayment for each. The

only item veto was related to durable medical equipment relationship.

• HF 2483 was incorporated in SF 2418 making various changes in the Medicaid and HAWK-I programs.

A number of changes are related to the Managed Care Organizations (MCO’s) administration of

the Medicaid program.

• SF 2284 Medicaid Integrated Care failed. The bill would have required MCOs to deliver integrated

health care services according to the state plan.

• HF 2104 Medicaid Managed Care failed. It would have directed the DHS to terminate the Medicaid

MCO contracts. It was never assigned to a subcommittee.

• HF 2292 Medicaid Managed Care MCO Reviews were incorporated into SF 2418 including correcting

any errors within 30 days of discovery. This bill would have required MCOs give certain documents

to providers within 15 days of denying a claim and requires an MCO to pay 100% of the state rate

for nursing facility residents on Medicaid among other provisions.

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2018 ANA Membership Assembly Acts on

Current Issues and Looks to a Bold Future

Breaking news and down-to-the-minute updates on major health care and humanitarian issues

added urgency and even greater purpose to the final day of the American Nurses Association’s 2018

Membership Assembly, held June 22-23 in Washington, DC. Eligible Assembly representatives adopted

recommendations from the Professional Policy Committee and elected ANA board and committee

members.

Representatives approved recommendations that were developed following three separate dialogue

forums held the previous day. The three forums focused on: secondary opioid exposure considerations

in caring for patients with overdose; the ANA presidential endorsement process; and the ANA position

statement Euthanasia, Assisted Suicide, and Aid in Dying.

The recommendations call on ANA to:

• Identify informational tools to inform students and nurses about responding to patients who

have potential opioid overdose, and advocate for funding and other support for research and

development of evidence-based protocols regarding opioid overdose.

• Refer consideration of the ANA presidential endorsement procedure back to the ANA Board

of Directors for development of a revised proposal following further input from ANA members

and stakeholders.

• Incorporate the following into a revised position statement on aid in dying: Nurses must respect

patients’ right to request aid in dying; nurses must be knowledgeable of the law regarding aid

in dying in the state or territory in which they practice; while nurses are ethically permitted

to participate in aid in dying, in states or territories where it is legal, they retain the right to

conscientiously object; nurses must be able to provide information on aid in dying and provide

emotional support to patients and families who face this decision at the end of life.

New leadership

Eligible voting representatives elected Ernest Grant, PhD, RN, FAAN, of the North Carolina Nurses

Association as the association’s next president.

ANA’s Membership Assembly also elected four other members to serve on the nine-member board

of directors. The newly-elected board members are: Secretary Stephanie Pierce, PhD, MN, RN, CNE,

of the Louisiana State Nurses Association; Director-at-Large Tonisha Melvin, DNP, CRRN, NP-C, of the

Georgia Nurses Association; Director-at-Large Varsha Singh, MSN, APN, of the New Jersey State Nurses

Association; Director-at-Large Staff Nurse Jennifer Gil, BSN, RN, of ANA Massachusetts. Additionally,

three members were elected to the Nominations and Elections Committee.

Terms of service for the newly elected members begin Jan. 1, 2019.

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New ANA Enterprise Chief Executive Officer Loressa Cole, DNP, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE, addressed

the Assembly, expressing gratitude for the opportunity. Cole offered her vision of a future where

nurses lead. “Our nation and our patients are counting on us to show up and speak up,” she said.

“We must not fail them. ANA will be there, and I know you will join us.”

Celebrating a victory

ANA joined other nursing organizations commending the passage of H.R. 6, the SUPPORT for Patients

and Communities Act, which will extend prescribing authority to nurses and help combat the opioid

crisis. The bill has moved to the Senate.

By acclamation, the Membership Assembly endorsed an updated ANA board statement on the

Administration’s practice of separating children from families at the United States border.

A reflection—and a look ahead

ANA President Pamela F. Cipriano, PhD, RN, NEA-BC,

FAAN, also gave her final Membership Assembly address.

Her term will end at the close of 2018.

Cipriano, who has been an ANA member since she

graduated from nursing school, said that she will continue

to support ANA “from the sidelines,” and called nurses

“the most intelligent and dedicated individuals who are

strong and smart and brave and bold.”

Iowa Membership Assembly Attendees

Representing Iowa in DC at ANA Membership Assembly pictured

left to right: Jann Ricklefs, INA President; Carol Chesterman, INA

Membership Representative; Lisa Caffery, INA President-Elect; and

Tobi Moore, INA Executive Director.

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NURSES MOBILIZE FOR ADVOCACY ON CAPITOL HILL

Over 300 nurses from forty-five

states joined staff and directors

of ANA on Capitol Hill June 21,

2018. Included in those nurses were

three from Iowa: Jann Ricklefs (INA

President), Lisa Caffery (INA President

Elect) and Carol Chesterman (INA

Membership Representative) and

the INA Executive Director, Tobi

Moore.

The day began with an orientation

and discussion of the bills ANA is

focusing on now. This year and each

year the ANA lobbies for funding

for Title VIII Nursing Workforce

Reauthorization Act. This act

provides grants and scholarships

for Advanced Education in

Nursing, Workforce Diversity, Nurse

Education, Practice, and Retention

Grants and the National Nurse

Service Corps.

ANA supports a Safe Staffing for Nurse and Patient Safety Act (HR 5052/S 2446). This act does not

set a ratio of nurse to patients but seeks to put nurses at the table for decisions regarding staffing issues

by creating nurse staffing plans that are unit specific and establishing a committee composed of at least

55 percent direct care nurses in Medicare-participating hospitals.

Addiction Treatment Access Improvement

Act of 2017 (S 2317/HR 3692) and HR 6 will

increase the number of practitioners that can

provide access to much needed medicationassisted

treatment (MAT). The bill extended the

option for NPs and PAs and added registered

nurse midwives (treating drug addicted pregnant

woman and mothers), certified registered nurse

anesthetists and clinical nurse specialists. This

bill will open access for MAT treatment for many

persons suffering from addiction. It passed the

House the day after we were at the Capitol.

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The last item ANA was looking for assistance with was to give funding for gun research to the

CDC. For years the CDC was prohibited from researching gun violence. That was reversed this

year, but without funding, they will not be able to complete their task.

Nursing is so much more than advocating for the patient at the bedside. Advocating for the

patient and the health of the country through legislation is a duty and an honor. We invite

those interested in becoming more involved with INA to one day join us on “the Hill.” It is an

experience of a lifetime!

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Iowa Nurses Foundation

INF President's Report

Members: Lorinda Inman, Chair; Brian Cooley, Secretary (resigned); Pamela Deichmann,

Treasurer; Christine Kessel, Christina Peterson; Dawn Bowker; and Christine

Goucheneur. The Iowa Nurses Foundation held bimonthly meetings commencing

October 2017 and subcommittee meeting for investment review, marketing,

scholarship review and convention planning.

Lorinda Inman,

RN, MSN, FRE

Goals for the year continued as the previous year. The goals were to focus on quality

continuing education at convention and legislative days, promote attendance at the

annual convention, explore fundraising ideas and develop goals and strategies for the

marketing and the fundraising functions of the Foundation. It continues to be critical

that INA members give to the INF on an annual basis to fund nursing scholarships.

The Foundation is an IBON Continuing Education Provider, approved by the Iowa Board of Nursing. INF

approved CEU’s for the Iowa Nurses Association Legislative Day, February 13, 2018. Christina Peterson,

INF participated in convention planning, Bedside and Beyond…Taking Action. Christina Peterson, INF,

participated in convention planning. CE programs were developed to provide quality CEU’s at Convention.

INF and INA participated with the University of Iowa, College of Nursing and several other nursing

organizations in the 14th annual 100 Great Nurses event held on May 6, 2017. This event provides

opportunity for recognition of Iowa Great nurses. Scholarships were given to DNP candidates Daniel

Holthaus and Sandra Scholton. Nominations for 2019 may be submitted through the 100 Great Nurses

website.

INF awarded four scholarships in 2018. The recipients are Anderson Scholarships-Alli Brown, MeKenna

Kephart, Jesalyn Ruggles; and Claire Hammond Dierks-Miranda Gebhart.

INF explored new ways to fund scholarships or loan repayment. INA and INF worked with the Iowa Board

of Nursing to consider legislation to provide funds from licensee fees or a surcharge on licensee renewal

fees. This legislation could appear in the 2019 legislative session. If the legislation is successful, funds could

be available in 2020.

Current activities include convention, memorials, donations, CEU fees and interest-bearing accounts. INF

is working to raise funds for nursing scholarships.

INF is the charitable and philanthropic arm of the INA with a mission to promote and support the professional

and educational development of the registered nurses in Iowa.

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FUNDRAISING FOR INF SCHOLARSHIPS

Help “Raise The Thermometer”

on Nursing Scholarships and Our Profession

As nursing professionals, we all remember the slight sense of fear that accompanied us as we started

our first day of school as a nursing student. How hard would it be? Would I like my professors? Am

I cut out for this? And for some, the challenge of paying for this education only added to the fears.

Today, inability to afford a nursing education is preventing many bright, talented individuals from

entering our noble profession.

As an INA member, you understand the importance of raising awareness of our profession and the

benefits we provide to so many Iowans. The Iowa Nurses Foundation supports that mission by offering

continuing education programs and most importantly, nursing scholarships. This year, we need to

raise $6000 to fund scholarship requests. In lieu of a silent auction or raffle to raise funds for the INF

Scholarships, we are asking members to make a cash donation to our “Raise the Thermometer” on

Nursing Scholarships and Our Profession.

Would you consider donating $25, $50, $75 or more to help the INA show prospective nurses that

we care? For more information and to donate securely on-line, please visit www.iowanurses.org or

mail your donation to Iowa Nurses Foundation, 2400 86th Street, Suite 32, Urbandale, IA 50322-

4306. If mailing please notate thermometer in the memo line. Thank you!

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2018 Leadership Elections

The Iowa Nurses Association (INA) nominations committee submits the following names forward to the

membership for the 2018 leadership elections.

Elected in 2018 are the following positions:

• Secretary

• Treasurer

• Director At Large/Public Policy Chair

• Director At Large/Resolutions Chair

• Nominations Committee (three positions)

• Iowa Nurses Foundation Board (three positions)

All current and valid members received their official electronic ballot, by email, on Tuesday, September 11,

2018. Voting closed at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 25, 2018.

Election results will be announced during the Annual Membership meeting on Friday, October 19, 2018

from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Courtyard by Marriott in Ankeny, Iowa

SECRETARY:

Kim Bergen Jackson, PhD, RN-BC, LNHA

SE Region 5 - Iowa City, IA

Current Position: Administrator, Oaknoll

Education:

• University of Iowa, Iowa City, PhD, 2013

• University of Iowa, Iowa City, MSN, 2008

• University of Iowa, Iowa City, BSN, 2006

• Kirkwood, Cedar Rapids, ADN, 2005

• Western Iowa Tech, Sioux City, LPN, 1987

What activities are you currently involved with or have been in the past related to ANA, INA or

INF?

Member of INA

What other professional organizations are you involved with?

Hartford Foundation, LeadingAge, NAB, Pioneer Network, GSA, MNRS, University of Iowa College of

Nursing

What other elected, appointed offices or community activities relevant to this position have you

been involved with?

Woman of Influence 2018, Public Policy Member LeadingAge, Johnson County Quality LTC Committee

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What do you believe are the major issues before the Association or Foundation? Include your

goals and interested in this position.

I’m more of a bullet point kind of person than essay. If I were to prioritize the issues in Iowa and our nation

right now, I would list the following: 1. There is a lack of mental health care in Iowa. 2. Recent immigration

laws have negatively impacted our direct caregivers in the state. 3. The privatization of Medicaid has

created gaps in health care for our elders and lower income Iowans. This is a crisis for those who choose

not to seek care or can’t fill prescriptions. 4. I would also say that we are in a crisis regarding workforce

development and bedside nursing. I have a gerontological nursing background and I would love to see

attention given to engaging members to this area of nursing and the critical importance of RNs in longterm

care.

Terri L DeClerck, DNP, RN

SE Region 5 - Davenport, IA

Current Position: Nursing Informatics Specialist, Genesis Health System (Davenport)

Education:

• Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Walden University 2017

• Masters in Nursing Education from Walden University 2012

What activities are you currently involved with or have been in the past

related to ANA, INA or INF?

INA Nominations Committee

What other professional organizations are you involved with?

ANA

Sigma Theta Tau

What other elected, appointed offices or community activities relevant to this position have you

been involved with?

Nominations Committee for INA

What do you believe are the major issues before the Association or Foundation? Include your

goals and interested in this position.

I believe as nurses, we need to continually be aware of and gain more knowledge of several issues. A few

issues that I strive to increase my knowledge with are; access to healthcare, safety for healthcare workers

and e-health (information and technology for healthcare).

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Anne Cook, MSN, RN

NE Region 2 - Waterloo, IA

Current Position: Clinical Director, Peoples Community Health Clinic

Education:

• BSN, University of Iowa 1981

• BS, Physician Assistant Program, University of Iowa 1986

• MSN, University of Iowa, 2011

What activities are you currently involved with or have been in the past

related to ANA, INA or INF?

Treasurer

NE Region Council

What other professional organizations are you involved with?

(None)

What other elected, appointed offices or community activities relevant to this position have you

been involved with?

(None)

What do you believe are the major issues before the Association or Foundation? Include your

goals and interested in this position.

I have served on the finance committee as the Northeast region representative and have served as treasurer

for the past two years. INA faces the challenge of engaging RNs to continue the mission of the association.

As treasurer, I want to continue the work of the finance committee to best manage the resources of

INA to help meet this challenge. Sound financial growth is an important part of our strategy. We cannot

rely entirely on membership dues but must explore other sources of revenue for the association. I look

forward to continuing this work over the next two years and ask for your support in seeking re-election

for treasurer.

DIRECTOR AT LARGE/PUBLIC POLICY CHAIR:

Tiffany Cote’, MSN, RN, NREMT-B

NW Region 1 - Waterville, IA

Current Position: Perioperative Nurse Educator, Gundersen Health System

Education:

• AON – NICC- Calmar 2009

• BSN – Chamberlain College of Nursing 2012

• MSN Education/Leadership – Capella University 2017

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What activities are you currently involved with or have been in the past related to ANA, INA or

INF?

This is my first opportunity to reach out and express my interest with the organizations.

I am an active member within my working organization as well as in my community.

What other professional organizations are you involved with?

I am involved with AORN as a majority member on the Education Board as well as the Treasurer of the local

volunteer ambulance service.

What other elected, appointed offices or community activities relevant to this position have you

been involved with?

I am the Treasurer of the local ambulance service, I serve on Gundersen Health Systems Policy oversight

committee working with organization wide policies to stay current.

What do you believe are the major issues before the Association or Foundation? Include your

goals and interested in this position.

One of the biggest issues I see the ANA facing is the upcoming nursing shortage as well as policy changes/

nursing scope. Currently it is being felt within the organization I work at. Finding talented nurses who are

dedicated to the profession and have the ambition to want to advance. Fostering their growth so that they

can inspire another generation of nurses. Another hot topic that will be a major issue is nursing policy.

Having stakeholders who keep a pulse on the ever changing field is so important. This is why I would love

to be involved within this organization. Speak for other nurses and share my knowledge.

Dawn Boettcher, MSN-RN

SE Region 5 - Tipton, IA

Current Position: Associate Dean of Health Programs, Eastern Iowa Community

Colleges

Education:

Walden University - Minneapolis, MN, MSN - Leadership Management 2011

What activities are you currently involved with or have been in the past

related to ANA, INA or INF?

ANA Member

Prior Student Nurses Association Faculty Advisor

What other professional organizations are you involved with?

Sigma Theta Tau

What other elected, appointed offices or community activities relevant to this position have you

been involved with?

Recently involved in the Policy and Procedure Committee for a National College as well as involved in the

leading a national course and curriculum development.

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What do you believe are the major issues before the Association or Foundation? Include your

goals and interested in this position.

Continuing to focus on the current and upcoming nursing shortage as well as the continual issues that

health care institutions are facing in relation to reform. Continuing to grow the Nursing field as a profession,

increasing the focus on communication, soft skills, and interdisciplinary collaboration.

DIRECTOR AT LARGE/RESOLUTIONS CHAIR:

Virginia Wangerin, PhD,MSN,RN,CNE

Central Region 4 - Clive, IA

Current Position: Clinical Assistant Professor, Director of Nursing Education, Iowa

State University

Education:

• PhD, Iowa State University, Ames Iowa

• MSN, BS Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa

What activities are you currently involved with or have been in the past

related to ANA, INA or INF?

I have served INA and INF in many ways over the past 35+ years, including President

of INA, Chair of the INF, regional chair, region newsletter coordinator/editor, INA Continuing Education

Manager, delegate to ANA.

What other professional organizations are you involved with?

• ANA

• Iowa League for Nursing, National League for Nursing

• National Education Progression in Nursing

• National Association for Associate Degree Nursing

What other elected, appointed offices or community activities relevant to this position have you

been involved with?

Current Director at Large, Resolutions

I have served on other boards of directors over the years, primarily serving the elderly or disadvantaged.

What do you believe are the major issues before the Association or Foundation? Include your

goals and interested in this position.

Nursing has historically been well respected and has significantly improved care at the bedside. However, we

have been slow to combine our strength and voices to significantly influence health policy and population

health. We have accepted the reality that this profession is high stress and potentially harmful to our own

health for too long. This is not a reality we need to accept. My goals are to strengthen the cohesion of

the profession through a strong ANA/INA and to advocate and support thoughtful dialog that leads to

a strong and unified nursing voice. This strong nursing voice can then lead the way to improved holistic

health for nurses and those we care for in our professional and personal lives.

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NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE:

Dr. Mary Tarbox, RN, EdD

SE Region 5 - Cedar Rapids, IA

Current Position: Dean - Martin - Herold College of Nursing & Health, Mount

Mercy University

Education:

• BSN - Mount Mercy, CR, IA, 1974

• MSPH - University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, 1977

• EdD - Teachers College, Columbia University, NYC, 1986

What activities are you currently involved with or have been in the past related to ANA, INA or

INF?

President, SE Region, multiple terms

INA Committee Member

What other professional organizations are you involved with?

American Association of Colleges of Nursing

American Association for the History of Nursing

Sigma Theta Tau, Kappa Xi Chapter

What other elected, appointed offices or community activities relevant to this position have you

been involved with?

Past president - IA Association of Colleges of Nursing

Current Treasurer

What do you believe are the major issues before the Association or Foundation? Include your

goals and interested in this position.

Throughout my experience as a member of INA, I think the most pressing issue has been public recognition.

I think INA has much to offer professional nurses and has limited success in being the professional

organization to speak for nursing. The legislative work of INA is essential and effective and should be

better known by practicing nurses. My interest in seeking this nominations committee position is to assist

in finding candidates who will speak up for INA and nurses and bring the organization to the forefront in

Iowa.

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IOWA NURSES FOUNDATION BOARD:

Christina Peterson, BSN, RN

NW Region 1 - Dows, IA

Current Position: Infection Prevention, Iowa Specialty Hospital

Education:

• Associates Degree, Ellsworth Community College-2009

• BSN, University of Iowa- 2012

What activities are you currently involved with or have been in the past

related to ANA, INA or INF?

Been part of the INF board for the last 5+ years, currently serve on INA Board. I have

been part of the Membership Committee for INA and active involvement in planning

of annual convention for both INF and INA.

What other professional organizations are you involved with?

APIC

MOE

IANCE

What other elected, appointed offices or community activities relevant to this position have you

been involved with?

APIC

MOE

IANCE

What do you believe are the major issues before the Association or Foundation? Include your

goals and interested in this position.

Like Healthcare, the direction/purpose of INA and INF are changing to meet the needs of nurses today

and to be relevant and current. I believe that in the last 18-24 months, INA and INF have started on the

path to change and I have been honored to be part of that change and would love to continue to serve

the INF board as we continue moving forward. Issues that face INA/ INF today is membership—we need

to continue to grow our membership, but also let members know why an INA membership is important.

As Iowa nurses continue their education and grow in their roles as professionals, I love that INF is available

to support those journeys through scholarships. I would be humbled and honored to continue to serve on

the INF Board if elected.

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Lorinda K Inman, RN, MSN, FRE

Central Region 4 - Adel, IA

2018 Iowa Nurses Foundation / Iowa Nurses Association Conference and Annual Meeting

Current Position: Consultant, Inman Solutions

Education:

• University of Iowa, Iowa City, BSN, 1971

• Loyola University, Chicago, MSN 1976

What activities are you currently involved with or have been in the past

related to ANA, INA or INF?

• 2013-2015 INA Resolutions

• 2015-present INF

• 2014-2015 Nursing Scope and Standard of Practice, 3rd Edition. ANA

• 2015-2016 Scope of Practice ANA

What other professional organizations are you involved with?

Board Member – Dallas County Conservation Board

Council Member – ISU Extension and Outreach-Dallas County

What other elected, appointed offices or community activities relevant to this position have you

been involved with?

• Dallas County ISU Extension and Outreach.

• Dallas County 4-H Foundation

• Dallas County Conservation Board

• Various National Council of State Boards of Nursing committees and offices.

What do you believe are the major issues before the Association or Foundation? Include your

goals and interested in this position.

I am retired Executive Director for the Iowa Board of Nursing (IBON). During my time with IBON, I had many

opportunities to influence the practice of nursing and participate in the challenges of nursing workforce

shortages.

The supply and demand for nurses is always changing and a constant challenge. The US Department of

Labor put out a statement in 2014 that the US will need one million more registered nurses by 2024. This

is not replacement for retiring nurses, this is additional nurses. We can help meet this goal by “promoting

and supporting the professional and educational development of registered nurses in Iowa.” (INF). I believe

we should leave no stone unturned when looking for funding sources to assist nurses with the cost of

nursing education.

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Kim Bergen Jackson, PhD, RN-BC, LNHA

SE Region 5 - Iowa City, IA

Current Position: Administrator, Oaknoll

Education:

• University of Iowa, Iowa City, PhD, 2013

• University of Iowa, Iowa City, MSN, 2008

• University of Iowa, Iowa City, BSN, 2006

• Kirkwood, Cedar Rapids, ADN, 2005

• Western Iowa Tech, Sioux City, LPN, 1987

What activities are you currently involved with or have been in the past related to ANA, INA or

INF?

Member of INA

What other professional organizations are you involved with?

Hartford Foundation, LeadingAge, NAB, Pioneer Network, GSA, MNRS, University of Iowa College of

Nursing

What other elected, appointed offices or community activities relevant to this position have you

been involved with?

Woman of Influence 2018, Public Policy Member LeadingAge, Johnson County Quality LTC Committee

What do you believe are the major issues before the Association or Foundation? Include your

goals and interested in this position.

I’m more of a bullet point kind of person than essay. If I were to prioritize the issues in Iowa and our nation

right now, I would list the following: 1. There is a lack of mental health care in Iowa. 2. Recent immigration

laws have negatively impacted our direct caregivers in the state. 3. The privatization of Medicaid has

created gaps in health care for our elders and lower income Iowans. This is a crisis for those who choose

not to seek care or can’t fill prescriptions. 4. I would also say that we are in a crisis regarding workforce

development and bedside nursing. I have a gerontological nursing background and I would love to see

attention given to engaging members to this area of nursing and the critical importance of RNs in longterm

care.

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Dawn Boettcher, MSN-RN

SE Region 5 - Tipton, IA

2018 Iowa Nurses Foundation / Iowa Nurses Association Conference and Annual Meeting

Current Position: Associate Dean of Health Programs, Eastern Iowa Community

Colleges

Education:

Walden University - Minneapolis, MN, MSN - Leadership Management 2011

What activities are you currently involved with or have been in the past

related to ANA, INA or INF?

ANA Member

Prior Student Nurses Association Faculty Advisor

What other professional organizations are you involved with?

Sigma Theta Tau

What other elected, appointed offices or community activities relevant to this position have you

been involved with?

Recently involved in the Policy and Procedure Committee for a National College as well as involved in the

leading a national course and curriculum development.

What do you believe are the major issues before the Association or Foundation? Include your

goals and interested in this position.

Continuing to focus on the current and upcoming nursing shortage as well as the continual issues that

health care institutions are facing in relation to reform. Continuing to grow the Nursing field as a profession,

increasing the focus on communication, soft skills, and interdisciplinary collaboration.

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