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2018 CANP Elections are now OPEN

Greetings Channel Islands Chapter Members, 

We are accepting Declaration oCandidacy packets for the following positions:

Accepting Candidacy Packets | May 1 - 31, 2018 by 12:00 PM

Elected Positions

  • President (Term: 2018-2020
  • President Elect (Term: 2018-2020) and then transitions into President 
  • Treasurer (Term: 2018-2020)

Appointed Positions

  • Membership Chair (Term: 2018-2020)
  • NP Student Representative (Term: 2018-2020)

If you are interested in running for one or more of the executive board positions or applying for one of the appointed positions; then download, complete and email a completed Declaration oCandidacy packet. 

If you need addtitional information about the time committment or have questions about the any of the role feel free to reach out to the current board member in that position or the chapter President Charlotte A. Gullap-Moore 805-729-6919.  

Respectfully, 

CANP-Channel Islands Executive Team

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Accepting Applications - CANP-Channel Islands NP Award

Greetings CANP - Channel Islands Chapter Members, 

We will be accepting CANP-Channel Islands Chapter NP Advancement Award applications April 15 - May 15, 2018. The recipient for this award will be announced at the June 2018 meeting. 

The CANP- Channel Islands Chapter Nurse Practitioner Advancement Award is provided once a year to one of more active CANP-Channel Islands chapter NP Student member(s). In addition to meeting the eligibilty requirements, chapter members applying for this award must be enrolled in a full-time or part-time accredited graduate nursing programs for Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), Doctor of Philosophy in nursing (PhD), Certified Nurse Midwives, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists, Clinical Nurse Specialists or any other program related to the advancement of a nursing degree. The submission deadline is May 15, 2018 at 12:00PM PST.

For more information email the chapter at canpci@yahoo.com

Respectfully,

CANP-Channel Islands Excutive Team

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Thomas Fire

December 14, 2017

Due to the Thomas Fire impacting our servicing area, Ventura County, the California Association for Nurse Practitioners Channel Islands Chapter would like to extend thoughts and prayers to those impacted by this devastating wildfire.  

We have gift cards available (while supplies last) to help chapter members who have been impacted by the Thomas Fire. For more information about the gift cards contact our Chapter President Charlotte A. Gullap-Moore at mooreonhealth@gmail.com or 805-729-6919. If you have been impacted, then please contact us. Your information will remain confidential.

Secondly, we have a great opportunity to assist our Ventura community through the 2017 FOOD Share CAN-tree Collection Drive on December 14, 2017 from 5PM – 7PM at 2301 E. Daily Drive, Ste. 200, Camarillo | Assemblymember Irwin’s District Office Holiday Open House.

Let’s show our community how we #CANPsLead by providing canned and/or non-perishable items on December 14th.

Sincerely,

Channel Islands Executive Board

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CANP – Channel Islands 2017 Nurse Practitioner Week Celebration: Emb

Come #CANPsLead with us during our 2017 NP Week - learning how technology strengthens our mentorship with Nurse Practitioner students.  An interactive and hands-on presentation will be delivered by one of our own CANP-Channel Islands chapter members.  Cynthia Fiacco FNP-BC, with Dignity Health Medical Group, will speak and demonstrate how utilizing Google glasses has improved the NP mentorship experience. In collaboration with Azusa Pacific University she has adapted the use of Augmedix to ease the transition from NP student to Board Certified Nurse Practitioner.  

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CANP – Channel Islands 2017 Nurse Practitioner Week Celebration: Emb

Come #CANPsLead with us during our 2017 NP Week - learning how technology strengthens our mentorship with Nurse Practitioner students.  An interactive and hands-on presentation will be delivered by one of our own CANP-Channel Islands chapter member.  Cynthia Fiacco FNP-BC, with Dignity Health Medical Group, will speak and demonstrate how utilizing Google glasses has improved the NP mentorship experience. In collaboration with Azusa Pacific University she has adapted the use of Augmedix to ease the transition from NP Student to Board Certified Nurse Practitioner. 

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Celebrate CANP's 40th Anniversary on Social Media
Celebrate CANP's 40th Anniversary on Social Media

Greetings Chapter Members, 

Let us show how we #CANPsLead by displaying our pride in celebration of the California Association for Nurse Practitioners 40th Anniverary. We ask that you take a photo of yourself and share it on social media using the caption 

Happy #CANP40 Anniversary. 

 

You can tag your photo to CANP's Twitter @CaliforniaNP, Instragrm @CaliforniaNPs and/or Facebook @CaliforniaNP.

Also, Between the Oct 6th through 10th, NPs who have never been members or lost members for more than 2 years can take advantage for the special of $40 off their membership by using the CANP40 when checking out for their membership.  

 

CANP-Channel Islands Executive Team

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Celebrate CANP's 40th Anniversary on Social Media
Celebrate CANP's 40th Anniversary on Social Media

Greetings Chapter Members, 

Let's show how we #CANPsLead by displaying our pride in recognition of the California Association for Nurse Practitioners 40th Anniverary. Take a photo of yourself to share on social media and use the caption Happy #CANP40 Anniversary. You can tag your photo to CANP's twitter @CaliforniaNP, Instragrm @CaliforniaNPs and Facebook @CaliforniaNP

 

CANP-Channel Islands Executive Team

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2017 CANP-Channel Islands Open EB Positions

Greetings Channel Islands Chapter Members, 

We have an open leadership role that needs to be filled allowing the chapter to transition smoothly into the 2018 fiscal year. Participation on the CANP-Channel Islands Chapter Executive Board is a unique opportunity to enhance your leadership skills, increase visiblity within CANP while advancing our profession through the 21st Century.

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CANPCI Grassroots Activity Newsletter - Sept 2017

CANP Channel Islands
Grassroots Newsletter

Legislative Bill Updates

  1. AB 1560 (Friedman): This year, CANP is sponsoring AB 1560, by Assembly Member Laura Friedman (D- Glendale), which would eliminate the ratio in existing law that limits one physician to supervising four NPs, if those NPs are furnishing. CANP has proposed this ratio be eliminated or changed, as a means of expanding the ability for NPs to work in multiple settings, often in medically underserved areas and clinic systems that may only have one MD working as a medical director but multiple physical locations providing patient care. This bill is currently inactive at the request of Sen. Skinner. It will be a two-year bill.

  2. SB 554 (Stone): Authored by Senator Jeff Stone (D-Temecula), SB 554 would prohibit construing the Nursing Practice Act prohibit a nurse practitioner from furnishing or ordering buprenorphine for treatment of opioid addiction. This bill was passed September 18, 2017.

  3. AB 422 (Arumbala): Would authorize CA State Universities to award DNP degrees at campuses that have DNP programs. This bill is currently at the governor’s desk for approval/veto.

  4. AB 1368 (Calderone): Would allow physician assistants to sign any authorization form required by the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) for Medi-Cal benefits and services. CANP has heard from many NPs that they are experiencing the same sort of administrative challenges and delays, and as such. AB 1368 will be amended to include NPs in that same authority. This bill is currently inactive at the request of Sen. Hill. It is a two-year bill.

  5. AB 845 (Wood): Would provide that a physician, pharmacist, or other authorized healing arts licensee who prescribes, furnishes, or dispenses a product composed of cannabidiol, in accordance with federal law, is in compliance with state law governing those acts. This bill is currently suspended in the Appropriations Committee.

  6. AB 1119 (Limon): would authorize, during the provision of emergency services and care, the communication of patient information and records between specified individuals, including, among others, a social worker with a masters degree in social work. This bill is currently at the governor’s desk for approval/veto.

  7. SB 309 (Jackson): Would require the State Department of Health Care Services to apply to sponsor a reproductive freedom license plate program. The revenue generated from the license plates, as specified, to be deposited in the California Reproductive Freedom Fund, created by the bill, and to be used, upon appropriation, for the Family Planning, Access, Care, and Treatment program (Family PACT).This bill failed a deadline and has become a two-year bill.

  8. SB 799 (Hill); would extend the repeal date of the CA Board of Registered Nursing to January 1, 2022. This bill is currently at the governor’s desk for approval/veto.

Grassroots Chapter Activity

Legislative Meetings

Asm. Monique Limon: We met with District Supervisor Vianey Lopez in September to discuss our key bills and Asm. Limon’s health care efforts. Her bill AB 1119 (Developmental and mental health services: information and records: confidentiality) has passed both houses and is at the Governor’s desk for approval/veto. Vianey wanted to know where CANP stood on SB 562 The Healthy California Act (single payer insurance). CANP was neutral. We thanked her for supporting bills 554, 1560, and 1368.

Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson: We met with District Representative Brad Hudson in September to discuss our key bills and Sen. Jackson’s health care efforts. Her bill SB63, The New Parent Leave Act, which just passed Assembly and will be back in the Senate for concurrence. Brad wanted to know CANP’s legislative goals for 2018 so that Sen. Jackson could take them into account as she prepares her bills for next year.

Grassroots Events

Sen. Henry Stern: We participated in Sen. Stern’s Annual Heal the Bay Cleanup in September, strengthening our relationship with Sen. Stern, having a visible presence as Nurse Practitioners,  and aiding in caring for our environment, a key component of our health.

Please let us know if you’d like to participate in any meetings or events!

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President:  Charlotte  Gullap-­-Moore,  NP  ~  Treasurer:  Ginny  Thomas,  NP  ~  Secretary:  Jill  Collier,  NP       Membership  Chair:  Teresa  Hong,  NP  ~  Education  Chair:  Nicole  Bean,  NP  ~  Legislative  Representative:  Suzanne  Lingl,  NP  ~  Student  Rep:  Carlie  Corse   

Connect  with  us!     Facebook  @CANPCINP      ?    Twitter  @CANPCI    ?        Instagram  @CANPCI     

 

 
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CANPCI Grassroots Activity Newsletter - Aug 2017

Legislation updates, community outreach events, & know your local representatives.

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