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Always a Nurse!

Are you retired, or transitioning into retirement?  Stay connected with STTI and the nursing profession. After all, you are always a nurse!

Always a Nurse   

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This resource offers opportunities to learn about nursing news, honor society updates and fellow members; read book reviews; and volunteer opportunities. (Use Adobe Acrobat to read).

View the current issue of Always a Nurse:
 Always a Nurse - December 2016

 

Archived issues of Always a Nurse are also available. 

Share your story!

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STTI would love to feature your profile. Send your name and profile article to alwaysanurse@stti.org.

 
 

Share Your Expertise

thecircle_36x36 copyWhat advice would you give to novice nurses? Log in to The Circle using your email address and seven-digit member number to join discussions in the Global Member Forum.

circle_icon_footerWhat advice would you give to novice nurses? Log in to The Circle using your email address and seven-digit member number to join discussions in the Global Member Forum. 
circle_icon_footerWhat advice would you give to novice nurses? Log in to The Circle using your email address and seven-digit member number to join discussions in the Global Member Forum. 

Opportunities to get involved

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Many members continue their involvement with STTI and the nursing profession long after retirement. Utilize these opportunities to stay connected and involved:

Volunteer with STTI - STTI has many different volunteer opportunities to fit your interests! Find your match by logging into The Circle. Once there, you can browse all volunteer opportunities, complete your Volunteer Profile, and sign up for volunteer email alerts. Sign in today!

Global Impact - You don't have to travel around the world to improve the health of the world's people. Use your passion and your strengths to get involved in achieving the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals.

 

Questions?
Contact Member Services at 888.634.7575 (US/Canada toll-free) or +1.317.634.8171 or via email at memserv@stti.org

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