Guide to the Southwest Ohio School Nurses Association Records


Title:
Southwest Ohio School Nurses Association Records
Repository:
Wright State University Libraries Special Collections and Archives
Phone: 937-775-2092
http://www.libraries.wright.edu/special/
Creator:
Southwest Ohio School Nurses Association
Dates:
1965-2015
Quantity:
4.36 linear feet
Abstract:
The Southwest Ohio School Nurses Association (SWOSNA) was founded in late 1967, with a primary purpose of developing strategies to obtain mandatory school health services and certification. It includes school nurses from southwestern Ohio, including Dayton, Springfield, Middletown, and Cincinnati. The organization's goals include promoting health knowledge and advancing the quality of health services for school aged children in southwestern Ohio; fostering professional attitudes and adhering to the Scope and Standards of Professional School Nurses as defined by the National Association of School Nurses (NASN); developing networks with school nurses throughout the region; supporting the purposes of, and working in concert with, the Ohio Association of School Nurses (OASN) and the NASN; and working on a non-profit basis. The records include general history, scrapbooks, constitution and by-laws, membership lists, meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, and newsletters.
Identification:
FSC-44
Language:
The records are in English