Welcome to the Panhandle Organization of Nurse Executives (PONE)!
To unite and support nursing leaders at the executive level to promote the development of the profession of nursing in Florida. This will be accomplished by fostering communication among all levels of local nursing administrators and providing mentorship and growth opportunities.
Greetings, and welcome to the PONE! As President of this Chapter, I am honored to bring this region to bear as an up-and-coming hub for nursing excellence. Based in the capital city of Tallahassee, PONE currently serves the entire northwestern expanse of Florida, which also includes Destin, Panama City, and Pensacola. 2017 finds us with a new leadership team, and we are working on a progressive skill-based initiative to identify and recruit active, ambitious members. We are ready to bring nursing in Florida to be the best in the country. Please feel free to reach out to me personally with any questions, ideas, or feedback on our chapter, and stay tuned; this will be an exciting year for PONE. Thank you.
Bradley Stewart RN, BSN, PONE President
2018 PONE Officer Roster is available in the Members Only Document Library. Use the Contact Us tab to contact PONE.
We are excited to announce that PONE will be presenting a very special, CE-approved nursing lunch and-learn in June for nurses in the Tallahassee area, focused on CMS research and evidence-based practice related to the Zika virus.
Linking Pregnant Women and Infants with Zika Infection to Care
Speaker: Cassandra Pasley, BSN, JD, Director of the Division of Children’s Medical Services Department of Health
Program Description: This course involves education regarding the Zika virus. This course is being presented by staff with the Florida Department of Health which is a statewide integrated public health system with locations in each of Florida’s 67 counties. This information will educate the participant on the impact of Zika virus by county to include the World Health Organization’s international concerns. This course will also review CDC recommendations and the affects of Congenital Zika Syndrome on the newborn infant.
Date: Friday 23 June, 2017
Continuing Education: 1 CE
Location: Tallahassee Memorial Hospital Auditorium
1300 Miccosukee Road Tallahassee, FL 32308