Faculty: Nicole R. LeBoeuf, MD
Release Date: 05/18/2015
The DNA’s main focus has always been to share knowledge and expertise through networking with fellow nursing professionals, all while promoting the highest standards in dermatologic nursing care. With over 2,400 members, the continued growth of the DNA has become a main emphasis and we have designed this committee keeping that in mind. The main purpose of the Membership Committee will be to promote growth and retention of membership within the DNA. We are looking for creative and strategic volunteers to be a part of this new endeavor, because who better knows what interests the members of DNA, but its members.
The Committee will be comprised of 1 chair, a chair-elect, 6 to 10 committee members and a Board liaison. The primary responsibility of this group of individuals will be to develop strategic, but fun approaches for recruiting and retaining members. For more information regarding this committee, please read the committee’s description. Interested in volunteering to be a part of this committee? Please contact Jessica Dougherty at firstname.lastname@example.org .
So I just joined the DNA recently and I'm fairly new at this. I have a tele and home health background and currently work in an outpatient dermatology practice. I wanted to ask my fellow nurses what kind of advatages as far as job offers, etc a nurse might get from having a dermatology certification? I have an associate's degree and all I see are job postings for derm NP. Any input, advice would be greatly appreciated. Liz