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									            ARIZONA EMERGENCY NURSES ASSOCIATION STATE COUNCIL MEETING
                                  AUGUST 28, 2009
           FLAGSTAFF MEDICAL CENTER MCGEE AUDITORIUM FLAGSTAFF ARIZONA

GUEST SPEAKER TEAM
CHRIS
ONLINE INTERACTIVE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM HAVE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS – TRAINING
MODULES BASED ON GUARDIAN GROUND
COST DEPENDS ON HOW YOU CUSTOMIZE – Paramedic basic course is about $15.00/hr. Courses
are updated to keep current. Courses need to be vendor for Indian Health Services – need DUNS
number. Chris explained that he is attempting to get SIMS man/SIMS baby so that practical
experience is available. Can track who is taking class, knows how to plan for education
documentation. Currently available to provide the education to all of AZ – can access classes at
own convenience and then coordinate practical application for check off.
Eventually there will be a library of courses available.

Welcome & introductions 1818
SPECIAL REPORT
 Rita Anderson attended town hall meeting as a member of ENA 411 committee – provides
   members with information about how & what to say. People love to talk to nurses – every
   time someone asks if there was a question I raised my hand – hard to recognized. Told
   representative that they need to spend just 2 hours with an ED nurse to see what the
   problems in health care really are.
 Made aware that there are about 1 million nurses short in 11 years – asked what we should
   do it’s not that we don’t have people that want to be nurses it’s that 100,000 nurses have
   been turned away because of lack of instructors
 Trent Franks had a very scary quote about if you need health care “just go to emergency
   room”
 Violence in healthcare – bill passed in 1999 – class d felony at the time the injury occurred.
 Call from ENA media rep do you want to speak about assault in ed. Rita did a live feed at
   1am staring at empty camera talking to someone in Atlanta with multiple interviews known
   as talking head. Purpose of interview was to explain about what happens to nurses who are
   assaulted in the ED. Also introduced what the result of a 3-year study on assault on
   healthcare workers.
 If you have a injury story please contact Rita Anderson who will forward to appropriate
   people.

   Viewed CNN interview with Rita Anderson

Moe than 50% of ED nurses report being assaulted.
1 in 4 report frequent abuse.
Usually hear the worst case scenarios – 1 in 5 have experienced verbal abuse
AZ ENA STATE COUNCIL MEETING PACKET
This packet contains the documents necessary to conduct business at the Arizona ENA State
Council meeting scheduled for Friday August 28, 2009. The documents are ordered as they
appear on the agenda beginning with the treasurer’s report. In some cases the corresponding
documents are under separate cover and in some cases there are no corresponding documents
for a particular agenda item and will be noted as “Verbal Report” - Notations will be made at
the appropriate location.
Joanne

Approval of May 1, 2009 State Council Meeting Minutes
Motion to approve minutes sandy Michie second Paulette Osborne apporved

President’s Report – Verbal
     Rita Anderson & government affairs won the national award on government affairs
     ENA foundation scholarships for nursing returning to school
     H1N1 – are emergency departments really prepared. Protection of patients and staff
       with good handwahsing techniques.
     Violence survey results are available on the ENA website
     AZENA delegates have been notified – meeting has been changed biggest change is that
       previous delegates will have to learn the new process. Delegates will all have to attend
       orientation; Keypads will be handed out when you check in each morning.
     Format changes have been announced depending on what the delegation votes on at
       the beginning of general assembly. Rewrite sessions will now become part of the regular
       general assembly sessions. People with like ideas will be able to conduct business & not
       worry about giving input to various proposals/bylaws.
     Committee chairs have to put what their committee chairs do have to be in writing.

Treasure Report August 2009
Our accounts remain strong and we have continued to support all our educational courses and
our delegation for General Assembly. Our CD investment is $32,410 (due for renewal this
month). Thank you to all the board members for their input on our reinvestment of our long-
term funds. CD rate have dropped every year and this year is at a 1.24% rate. The Board of
Directors has decided to invest our funds into JP Morgan Core Bond C (OBOCX). After meeting
with our banker and an investor it was determined that, the bond would give us the best return.
Year to date return on this bond is averaging 4.44% - 4.68 %.
We received second quarter assessments for state membership, TNCC and ENPC. Also included
is $1000 from national for the ENPC/TNCC/CATN grant fund. This is the fifth year that the
national office has given state grant funding. They will possibly disburse another $1000 to every
state with fourth quarter assessments.

Recent Expenses for the months of May, June, July:
       Newsletter-$1802
       BOD mileage- $325.00
       CPA quarterly-$480.00
       Cvent- $2844.00
       CEN review course-$1,965.00
       Storage Unit-$100.00
Delegates- sending 18 from the state.
       Paid to date-$4,461, two airfares pending
       Per Diem to pay-$7,965
Total expenditures expected for delegates-$13,126. That is $1,874 under budget!
Thank you to the delegates that found airfares below the $350 allowance. Rita Anderson came
in the lowest and Lori Vandersloot saved the most overall.

Ongoing expenses vary month to month for dissemination of ENPC and TNCC courses. Hot topics
conference in November should produce some revenue if participation numbers remain strong.
Cvent~ Event Registration Company, will manage our registrations for Hot Topics. Chase bank is
handling our merchant account.

Bank Account Balances as of 08/14/09 are:
General Account-$17,283
TNCC            -$14,287
ENPC            -$21,625
ENCARE         -$ 8,618
Total available -$61,813

All chairs need to be thinking about 2010 budgets. Keep in mind the end of the year will sneak
up on all of us and I will need final reports. The national office requires all states to submit
reports and budgets. Our CPA has offered to help with budgets and will attend one of our BOD
meeting if we desire.

Initially invested in long-term investments – AZENA had previously invested about 30,000.00
into CDs. However, this year the CD rates are very low so AZ ENA reinvested money into bonds
approximately 34,000.00 at a 3.4 percent
Approve Treasure Report motion per Bettie McCarter second by Paulette Osborne Approved

Respectfully submitted,
Sandy Michie, Treasurer


AZ ENA Foundation Donation for general scholarship fund $500.00 - Verbal Report

Donated $500.00 for general scholarship

AZ ENA Elections – Candidates for upcoming elections - Verbal Report

PRESIDENT – ELECT CANDIDATE Charlann Staab

SECRETARY CANDIDATES Lori Vandersloot & Joanne Navarroli

TNCC Revision One-Day Renewal Course - Verbal Report.
    National has changed curriculum for 1-day course provider course –to recert in 1 day
       TNCC have to be current in the TNCC cert.
    Creating freestanding renewal class as 1 day – requires that classes maintain integrity of
       course. Might leave room in 2-day course.
    AZ ENA looking at new pricing structure to provide a reasonable coast to members.
       Unfortunately, national has increased cost of manual, which will increase cost to
       members trying to attend
    ENPC will also will be creating a 1-day recert course within the next year
National Awards & AZ ENA Nurse of the Year - Verbal Report

       AZ ENA has been chosen for national government affairs award because of thos4e who
        have worked to improve government affairs in the state. Because of the people who
        participate, we have won the award.
       Rita Anderson will be accepting the award on behalf of the entire AZ ENA state council;
       Nancy thanks Rita for her help in developing our government affairs program.
       Lori Vandersloot & Paulette Osborne - Only 1 nomination as of today’s date, due to Lori
        Vandersloot by 9/1/09 Criteria available by contacting Lori or Paulette. Winner will
        announced on November 14 at Hot Topics

AZ ENA Website Update Verbal Report

Webmaster status – request to upgrade and change having issues with updating mailing list.
Need to purchase a cert to obtain certificate to operate without as a secure site.
Motion 200.00 to obtain certificate of authentication. Second by Sandy Michie
Discussion is this cert transferable, who is the web master what are additional charges what will
the contract say. Do we want to go with a different company? Approved
AZ ENA Policy & Procedure Update – Please see additional handouts
Motion to approve BOD policies Bettie McCarter second Paulette Osborne. Approved
Motion to approve budget submission process.
Discussion Concerned with passive voice of proposed to active voice. Motion to accept approval
of budget submission process with revision by Maureen Creegan second by Bettie McCarter.
Motion carries with noted changes

Leadership Conference/State Leaders Points are based add from November to November.
Changes include November to November in year prior to attending
Approved With changes
Overview drafted on what we do as an organization more a for your information document
Strike would generally add at the end of each calendar year
Add proposed budget


Practice Issues Comments Concerns Questions - Verbal Report

Center for accreditation that certifies ACLS will no longer be included in CEU recerts.
Psych pts in ed – 3-4 holding pts for more than 72 hours – no inpatient beds to hold pts. Some
facilities do not allow pts to be admitted to the hospital. There is no definitive care - run risk of
inappropriate admission no reimbursement of care. All they do is sell it to the next highest
bidder.
Questions
Assault if you try to restrain a voluntary pt –
What does National ENA have to say
Telephone advise
Screening nurse – are most hospitals identifying isolation precautions while we are identifying
the need are we actually documenting when they arise - need to give are self credits
COMMITTEE REPORTS

Education Committee REPORT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS and STATE MEETING
OLD BUSINESS None
COMMITTEE UPDATE Hot Topics Conference: Ongoing planning is delegated and
communicated via email. We appear to be on target in our planning stage and I have had
several folks step up to actively participate with the planning in the last 2 months. This will be
our last year at Banner Desert for the conference. We need to start considering another
conference location for 2010. The Cvent website is set up for the Hot Topics registration and
appears to be user friendly.

COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES We had a CEN review course in Tucson May 16-17 at Northwest
Hospital taught by Maureen Creegan and Vicki Duran with an extra course taught during lunch
on EKG interpretation( this course had been requested by our members) by Trish Baird and Erin
Treevy. The course was extremely successful,, 36 individuals attended the course. Maureen and
Vicki received great reviews by the students.

COMMITTEE INCOME & EXPENSES Final budget for the course is attached to this email. There
were several disputes over the final budget request. Our main instructors were not fully
reimbursed for the expenses. This has had a direct effect in planning future ENA sponsored CEN
courses. The course cleared an estimated three thousand dollars. Our final budget will need to
be compared to the treasure’s final report. Karen Graham has been a tremendous help with the
budget planning of this conference and has registered for it. I would like her to be reimbursed
for her registration.

COMMITTEE DATES & DEADLINES: CEU information deadline was 14 Aug. There will be an
education meeting at 1700 on Aug 28 prior to the state meeting at Flagstaff. Karen Graham will
be leading the meeting since I will be on vacation.

BOARD ACTION NEEDED/BOARD VOTE Approval for Hot Topics budget. See separate attached
excel spreadsheet document. The print shop for the conference manual needs to be decided.

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS A save the date announcement was in the newsletter that was mailed
in August. We distributed approximately 50 flyers at the Trauma Conference in Tucson August
6-7 for the Hot Topics. We plan to send several blast emails to the membership, which includes
approximately 950 after the BOD meeting. We need to clarify who is taking over as webmaster
so we can direct our request appropriately. We currently have the conference advertised on
our website.

Respectfully submitted,
Sherry K Palmer
State Education Chair

GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS REPORT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND STATE MEETING
AUGUST, 2009

OLD BUSINESS
No legislation addressed by AZENA (PSB, booster seats) passed during the 2009 session, due to
budget debate. On a good note, staffing ratio legislation also failed to get out of committee.
A new director of GSTAC has been appointed and AZENA has had a good relationship with him in
the past. I had a phone conversation with him and we hope to work together on our issues in
the future. I had positive feedback from the Capitol on distribution of the national Scorecard to
the Governor and key legislators.

COMMITTEE UPDATE
AZENAGA is the recipient of the ENA State Government Affairs Award to be presented in
Baltimore. It belongs to every member who wrote a letter or email, made a phone call or paid a
visit to a legislator and informed them of our issues. I would like to thank all of you for your
commitment to the legislative process in our state.

COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES
Ginny and I have participated in State GA Chairs conference calls with Kathi Ream. Dates have
been set for the January workshop. Ginny will be attending for AZ and there are limited extra
slots. Since this was a topic of discussion at the national GA meeting, I was able to put AZ on the
top of the wait list and we can expect to send the state President as well. This has been
budgeted for this year.

COMMITTEE INCOME & EXPENSES None
COMMITTEE DATES & DEADLINES
An updated committee timeline has been sent to the president and secretary.
BOARD ACTION NEEDED/BOARD VOTE None
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS - On a national level, I attended a Government Affairs Committee
meeting and visited the Hill in June. Health Care Reform was the main topic of conversation with
all the legislators and their staff. I gave an interview with the Chicago Tribune and did a live CNN
interview regarding the recently published ENA study on Violence in the Emergency
Department. It was an interesting experience.

Respectfully submitted,
Rita Anderson RN CEN
Chair, AZENA Government Affairs

AZENA GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS TIMELINE
AUGUST:
review resolutions from National to determine if they are applicable to the GA Committee
BOD meeting (report due)
State meeting (report due)
SEPTEMBER:
reminder emails on key issues to legislators and contact tree
annual meeting
newsletter article (due October 1st)
GA Chairs conference call
OCTOBER:
review annual goals
website update
send lobbyist quarterly expenditure report
NOVEMBER:
BOD meeting - strategic planning session (report due)
budget due
annual report to State President due
finalize list of legislative priorities
state meeting at Hot Topics (report due)
GSTAC meeting
newsletter article (due December 1st)
lobbyist registration (every other year)
DECEMBER:
GSTAC meeting
contact key legislators on the identified issues
update contact tree/send test email and reply request

ENPC REPORT
State Meeting 8/28/09
OLD BUSINESS COMMITTEE UPDATE
We have completed 7 ENPC courses so far this year. We have 4 more scheduled in 2009: Oct
17-18 at University Medical Center in Tucson, Nov 7-8 at Scottsdale Shea, November 21-22 at
Chandler Regional and Dec 5-6 at Scottsdale Osborn. I had to cancel the class Sept 12-13 at
Northwest Hospital in Tucson due to lack of participants. As of right now, I do not have any
applications for the Oct 17-18 course and the deadline for registration for that course is Sept 1st.
If I do not have at least 12 participants by Sept 1st, I will need to cancel that course also. The
November and December courses are all full at this time and no further registrations can be
accepted. I am looking for facilities that would like to sponsor a course in 2010 and would love
to get some courses set up for various areas in the state. Please call at 480 732-9925 or e-mail
at sbmccarter@msn.com if you are interested in having a course at your facility

COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES We have had 3 courses since our last state meeting. The May course at
Banner Thunderbird had 21 participants, the July course in Prescott had 18 participants and the
Aug course in Scottsdale had 21 participants. Thanks to Yavapai Regional, Banner Thunderbird
and Scottsdale for the use of their facilities and assistance for the courses.

COMMITTEE INCOME & EXPENSES - none
COMMITTEE DATES & DEADLINES - none
Remember the deadline for the Oct 17-18 course in Tucson is Sept 1st. Please get you
applications in immediately if you are interested in attending that course.

BOARD ACTION NEEDED/BOARD VOTE - none
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
Respectfully submitted,
Bettie McCarter

Injury Prevent/EN CARE REPORT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS and STATE MEETING DATE 8/11/09
OLD BUSINESS: Booster seat project ending Tomi has final reports.
COMMITTEE UPDATE: Tiffiny emailed an overview of general duties and procedures necessary
for committee and/ or position.
COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES: Aug 17th there is an Injury Prevention/EN CARE course being held in
Flagstaff.
COMMITTEE INCOME & EXPENSES
COMMITTEE DATES & DEADLINES
BOARD ACTION NEEDED/BOARD VOTE
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: Tomi aware of grants
Respectfully submitted,
Tracey Fejt RN
Injury Prevention Co-Chair

MEMBERSHIP REPORT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS & STATE MEETING DATE 08/14/09 & 8/28/09
OLD BUSINESS :
·      Letters mailed to nursing schools ,completed
·      Member campaign winner Sandra Michie, receives registration to Scientific Assembly in
Baltimore. We are no longer continuing this contest ,due to inability to track recruitment on the
new spreadsheet from National.
·      Board had suggested Membership renewal for our 1000th member. With the economy as
it is probably will not be this year, unfortunately.
COMMITTEE UPDATE :
·      Letters recently mailed in July for Nurse of the Year to Arizona hospitals. Nominations are
due September 1st.
·      The challenge continues to promote our membership . I recently sponsored a student
nurse in our department to foster a relationship with ENA at the student level. If you have
student nurses in your department please consider taking one under your wing and provide
them with a student membership. This is our future.
·      Current membership 923, this fluctuates 10-15 members with renewals.
COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES :
·      First time attendees to meetings will have a chance to win a renewal membership at the
end of the year.
·      Student nurses can also put there name in at meetings to win a student membership at
the end of the year. The more they come the more chances to win. I will contact by phone.
·      New member gift bags available at quarterly meetings.
·      Random giveaways at quarterly meetings continue.
 COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES : New plan for this year for quarterly
COMMITTEE INCOME & EXPENSES :
No Income Nurse of Year supplies/mailings : $87.50 reimbursed.
COMMITTEE DATES & DEADLINES : Nurse of Year deadline September 1st
BOARD ACTION : none
Respectfully submitted,
Paulette Osborne

Newsletter REPORT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS and STATE MEETING August 2009
OLD BUSINESS COMMITTEE UPDATE:
Next Deadline for the Newsletter is SEPTEMBER 25. No late submissions will be accepted for the
Fall newsletter due to the short turn around time. The Newsletter needs to be at the printer
before I leave for national. This gives 1 week to compile and format.
COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES
COMMITTEE INCOME & EXPENSES
COMMITTEE DATES & DEADLINES
BOARD ACTION NEEDED/BOARD VOTE
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
Respectfully submitted,
Tomi St. Mars Past President/Newsletter Editor
Northern Arizona SIG REPORT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS & STATE MEETING August 2009
OLD BUSINESS
COMMITTEE UPDATE Still a Committee of one! But hope that will change in the coming year.
COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES: Emergency Department Directors at 20 northern Arizona Hospitals
were contacted to inform them of the next State Council meeting in Flagstaff on August 28,
2009 and to determine the correct name and the address of each of the hospitals. I either spoke
with the Director directly or left a voice message about Northern AZ SIG and to encourage them
to let their staff know about the upcoming State Council meeting. Several of the hospital’s
names had changed, and two were new hospitals, and some Directors had changed as well.
   Each Director was then sent a letter with a flyer about the State Council meeting and a copy of
all the Director’s names and their hospital addresses. I have since heard from several of the
Directors who either plan to attend the meeting in Flagstaff or are interested in ENA. Some said
they used to be ENA members but have dropped their membership. Of course they were
encouraged to join again.

COMMITTEE INCOME & EXPENSES
There were no expenses incurred, except for postage and printing, but I’m happy to donate this
since we are not fund raising at this time.
COMMITTEE DATES & DEADLINES
BOARD ACTION NEEDED/BOARD VOTE
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
My next plan is to connect with each of the Directors again and ask for their email addresses, so
that we can form an “internet group” for the purpose of communicating ENA news, both state
and national, and share special projects or ask questions of each other. It is hoped that this will
generate interest in ENA, specifically organizing the Northern AZ SIG.

Respectfully submitted,
Linda Yee RN MSN CEN FAEN
Northern AZ SIG

PRACTICE REPORT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS and STATE MEETING August 2009

OLD BUSINESS N/A
COMMITTEE UPDATE
I am collaborating with Membership Chair, Paulette Osborn, for Nurse of the Year Award.
Letters have been sent to ED Managers and deadline for nominations is September 1, 2009.
Award to be presented at AZ ENA Conference in November.
I submitted an article for the July newsletter.
COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES
No activities at this time.
COMMITTEE INCOME & EXPENSES
No monies spent this quarter.
COMMITTEE DATES & DEADLINES N/A
BOARD ACTION NEEDED/BOARD VOTE N/A
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS N/A
Respectfully submitted,
Lori Vandersloot, RN, BSN, MBA, CEN
Practice Chair
Southern Az sig REPORT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS & STATE MEETING
Submitted: August 2009
OLD BUSINESS: N/A
COMMITTEE UPDATE: next scheduled meeting of SAsig will be October 14, 2009, in honor of
Emergency Nurses Week. CVC will sponsor dinner meeting and lecture with demonstration of
Easy IO.
COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES:

 1. April 28, 2009: “Safe Prom Awareness” with Cienega High School. 250 contacts made. $50
preapproved for dinner gift card for prom attendee. 9 SAsig members attended. PURPOSE:
Increase ENA Visibility in southern Arizona through activity, Injury Prevention activities to
Cienega HS students: distracted driving, intoxicated goggles, safe driving habits from the AZ
MVD via jeopardy game, gun safety, drug reactions on the body, seat belt wearing, helmet
safety, motorcycle safe driving, fireworks safety, pool safety.

 2. May 2, 2009: “Burn Buster Blast” sponsored by Northwest Fire Department and held at
    the Foothills Mall in Tucson. 350 contacts made. 3 SAsig members attended. PURPOSE:
    Increase ENA Visibility in southern Arizona through activity, Injury Prevention activities:
    gun safety, fireworks safety, pool safety, bike safety, wearing helmets, wearing seatbelts,
    various drug affects on the body, distracted driving.

  3. August 6th & 7th, 2009: SATNET conference booth. 775 contacts made. Preapproved raffle
give away of 2 tickets to AZ ENS “Hot Topics” conference November 14, 2009 in Phoenix. 11
SAsig members attended. SAsig BOD meeting held during lunch @ Micha’s. Minutes pending.
PURPOSE: Increase ENA Visibility in southern Arizona through activity, encourage ENA
membership (handed out 50 applications), promote: TNCC, ENPC, CEN review, “Hot Topics”
2009 conference, AZ ENA chapter meetings, SAsig activities. Encourage injury prevention: gun
safety, driving distracted, pool safety, bike helmets, seat belts, intoxicated goggles.
COMMITTEE INCOME & EXPENSES: AZENA pre approved: $50 preapproved for dinner gift card
for “Safe Prom” attendee and preapproved SATNET raffle give away of 2 tickets to AZ ENS “Hot
Topics” conference November 14, 2009 in Phoenix.
COMMITTEE DATES & DEADLINES: NONE
BOARD ACTION NEEDED/BOARD VOTE: For SAsig October 14th meeting: Requesting 2
scholarships for registration to AZ ENA “Hot Topics” conference November 14, 2009 for door
prizes at SA sig Emergency Nurses Week dinner meeting.
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: .
Respectfully submitted,

Karen Graham, RN
SAZENA SIG President

ARIZONA EMERGENCY NURSES ASSOCIATION
TRAUMA REPORT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND STATE MEETING
August 21 & 28, 2009

OLD BUSINESS-
    1) replacement PowerPoint projector for courses—ordered awaiting delivery- anticipate
       the price to be refunded to the TNCC account from the general account s/p national’s
       2008 “grant for TNCC programs”. Status of reimbursement to account?
    2) Storage unit- all TNCC equipment in storage.
    3) Inventory replenished and organized.
    4) Course folders done through end of the year* on-going challenges with CD
       remembering folder although marked on checklist..
    5) 2009 TNCC schedule posted on web site updated monthly

COMMITTEE UPDATE

COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES:
   1) 2009 schedule of TNCC providers has been posted since approx Nov 2008- We have
      completed 12/20 programs planned this year to date 3 courses cancelled (Tucson -2,
      Paradise valley -1). 5 courses left for this year. A total student cumulative is 240 YTD.
      Course locations included Summit Healthcare in Show Low, Banner Thunderbird in
      Glendale, Phoenix Children’s, John C Lincoln North Mountain in Sunnyslope, Northwest
      Hospital in Tucson, and Sierra Vista Hospital, Scottsdale Healthcare-Shea, Page, Yavapai
      at this point in time. Facility Hosts pending include- Scottsdale Shea, Mayo, Payson, Phx
      Children’s and JCL-NM. Have asked the course directors to continue to forward me
      possible instructor candidates for a potential instructor course in early Fall.
   2) Karen Zittergruen has agreed to assume chair responsibilities as to coordination and
      facilitation of TNCC courses for 2010. Rita is considering retirement and will need to
      identify someone for registrar activities…
   3) Update W-9--- instructor list updated and sent to Sandy. Outliers W-9 to Sandy.

COMMITTEE INCOME & EXPENSES
TNCC fund is approximately $ ______Board Treasurer has the most current since I do not
receive those directly.

COMMITTEE DATES & DEADLINES- next course is October 3-4 at Scottsdale Shea Conference
Center.

BOARD ACTION NEEDED/BOARD VOTE- none

Respectfully submitted,

Charlann Staab RN, MSN, CFRN
AZ ENA Trauma Chair 8/4/09



Adjourned 829 pm


Respectfully submitted

Joanne E. Navarroli RN, BS, CEN
Secretary
Arizona State Council

								
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