The Cabinet is made up of nine members and focuses on developing and implementing programs to promote quality nursing care by promoting the ANA standards and the ANA Code of Ethics for Nurses. The Cabinet also promotes the professional development of nurse.
The continuing education committee is made up of five members with experience as continuing education reviewers. The purpose of the committee is to provide support and quality oversight to the PSNA Accredited Approver Process. The committee does this through projects such as informational newsletters and quality assessments of completed reviews.
The bylaws committee consists of three members who annually review the ANA, PSNA, and PSNA Constituent District bylaws for consistency. Any recommended amendments or revisions go through the bylaws committee before recommendations are made to the PSNA Board of Directors.
The nominating committee consists of five members and focuses on annual elections from the call for nominations, to reviewing submissions, to the oversight of the election process.
The Nursing Congress consists of a five member steering committee as well as a larger group consisting of representatives from multiple nursing organizations/associations. Members of PSNA also join attend the Congress. The purpose of the group is to focus on and help establish Pennsylvania nurses’ approach to the state’s emerging health industry trends, models of nursing practice and socioeconomic and political issues of the healthcare industry.
The Environmental Health Core Committee consists of five members. A larger committee consists of all those nurses interested in Environmental Health Issues. Collectively they develop, implement, and advocate on environmental issues that can impact nurses and the patients for whom they care.