It is important to be sure to have your voice be heard. One way to do that is by completing the Employee Engagement survey. This is an opportunity for you to express what is areas of your work area are going well and what areas need to be addressed. You can do that by going to this link: http://www.med.umich.edu/i/empengage/index.html
This is a UMHS internal link so you will need to access it from a UMHS computer or through the VPN on your personal computer. The last day to respond to the survey is 3/27/15.
Ready to Run? (For UMPNC Delegate for MNA house of Delegates!)
It's that time again!!! UMPNC will need many members to run for election for UMPNC Delegate to attend the MNA House of Delegates (MNA HOD).
This year’s elected Delegates and
Alternates will serve at the 2015 and 2016 MNA House of Delegates. We have 39 Delegates and will also take an
Alternate to the House. All members running who are not elected as
Delegates will automatically be Alternates.
Please click here to download the Bio/Consent form. This must be
completed in order to have your name placed on the ballot for Delegate.
All Bio/Consents must be sent electronically (PDF form will be filled out and sent by email) no later than
April 10, 2015.
The Bio/Consents will be placed on the UMPNC website
on Monday, April 13, 2015. Ballots will be sent out electronically on April 13, 2015and must
be submitted electronically no later than April 26,
2015. The election results will be announced by April 30, 2015.
The 2015 MNA HOD will be on October 2nd and 3rd at the Westin in Southfield Michigan. We hope that all Delegates will also attend the MNA Convention on Thursday, October 1st. (This is a full day of education and, of course, contact hours will be awarded!)
Please direct any questions regarding the election to Jen
Andreoli, Chair, Nominations Committee at email@example.com
You can also check your email for information regarding this as well! (If you have not received an email please contact the UMPNC office to ensure we have your up to date contact info!)
Keep up with what's going on and be sure not to miss important email messages. Give your preferred email address here.
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