People of Faith Working Together for Healthier Communities.
What is HMA?
A convergence of health promotion and religious beliefs.
The Health Ministries Association (HMA) encourages, supports and empowers leaders who integrate faith with the promotion of health and wholeness in local communities.
Our membership is made up of health ministers, faith community nurses, clergy, chaplains, faculty, and program leaders who have developed and provide health ministries in diverse faith communities.
FCN Scope and Standards Update: Oct., 2017
The Faith Community Nursing Scope and Standards of Practice, 3rd Edition have arrived in the HMA Office. Ordering online is now available. If you have large quantities to order, please call the office to make sure we have your amount in stock before you process your order (800) 723-4291 or HMA Office. The cost for this edition is: $32.95 general public price and $27.95 discounted price for ANA and HMA members. To order as a non-member, hover over the “Resources” tab, then click on “Discounted Products”. To order at the discounted member rate, log into the member’s section, on the member’s dashboard page hover over the “Get Educated” tab, then click on “Discounted Products”.
FCN Scope and Standards Workshops, Sept., 2017:
HMA is providing continuing education workshops on the recently published Faith Community Nursing Scope and Standards of Nursing, 3rd edition. Click on this link to download the procedure to request a workshop in your area, to request a workshop download and complete the Request Form then scan and email to the HMA Office.
We are honored to announce that HMA is the latest American Nurses Association (ANA) Organizational Affiliate. This is the designation for specialty nursing organizations that hold an organizational-level membership of ANA. This will give HMA two seats, with one official representative who has voting privileges, at the ANA House of Delegates. HMA representatives will have the ability to network with the nursing community, ANA and the 37 other Organizational Affiliates representing their specialties. The HMA representatives will attend two half-day meetings per year, be involved in discussions on several programmatic issues and garner in-depth information regarding activities occurring throughout the nursing community. Conference calls will also occur throughout the year on a variety of practice and policy issues that cut across the specialties. Watch for further information on this new affiliation after our representatives have obtained orientation and attended their first meeting this summer.
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Check out this recent information sent to us by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: For too long, the health of our nation has rested solely on the shoulders of those working in the health care system. By recruiting people from an array of disciplines and fields—from food systems to transportation and more—to our leadership development […]
2017 Public Health Ethics Forum: Optimal Health for Her Whole Life – Continuing Education Now Available!
The 2017 Public Health Ethics Forum, “Optimal Health for Her Whole Life,” focused on a range of health issues and actions to improve the health of women and girls in the United States. The National Center for Bioethics in Research and Health Care at Tuskegee University and the Office of Minority Health and Health Equity […]