Faculty: Nicole R. LeBoeuf, MD
Release Date: 05/18/2015
The DNA's continued growth is dependent upon the selection of new leaders who possess unique skills and the willingness to volunteer their time and expertise to their professional organization. The nomination process involves completion of an Intent to Serve Form followed by the more formal submission of a curriculum vitae, and a personal goal statement. There are currently 4 board positions and 2 nominating committee positions available for nominations: President- Elect, Secretary, Director (2 positions open) , and Nominating Committee (2 positions open).
We are looking for creative and strategic volunteers to be a part of the all new DNA Membership committee.
Save the Date for DNA's 2016 Annual Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana on March 31 - April 3, 2016.
The National Council Declares the Friday before Memorial Day, May 22, 2015 is “Don’t Fry Day” To Encourage Sun Safety Awareness.
DNA is proud to welcome two new members to the Board of Directors!
The DNA's CE Center is an online education portal for continuing education needs. The programs available here have been repurposed from the DNA Annual Convention. Didn't get to attend the convention or missed a session? Now you have the opportunity to earn contact hours from the comfort of your home or office.
Join us for a Nursing Scientific Meeting, to be held jointly by the DNA and ISNG, during the 23rd World Congress of Dermatology in Vancouver, Canada on June 8, 2015.
The DNA national elections for 2015 officers were carried out in September/October 2014. DNA members, eligible to vote as defined by the DNA bylaws, cast their ballots online.
The Children's Melanoma Prevention Foundation has been selected as a featured organization for AOL's Make A Difference Campaign for Melanoma Awareness Month.