SPN Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
SPN's Special Interest Groups (SIGs) can further your involvement in SPN and expand your career network. SIGs offer opportunities to increase your leadership skills, help plan targeted educational offerings, and simply meet other SPN members with similar interests, areas of specialization or practice settings. SIGs are open to any active member of SPN.
Ambulatory SIG Mission Statement
The Ambulatory special interest group will work collaboratively to advance the quality and impact of ambulatory nursing on our pediatric patients.
Ambulatory SIG Vision
Through collaboration, research, quality work and developing
The purpose of this SIG will be to engage the SPN membership through activities and education pertaining to the CE and CNS. We will be sending a survey to gather information about general responsibilities and topics of interest to benefit these roles. In addition, we are looking for any SPN members who are passionate about these roles and who are interested in becoming involved in this group.
Members of the SIG will collaborate to develop at least two projects over the course of the year. These projects could include education through
The mission of the DBMH SIG is to collaborate with SPN leaders and members and other stakeholders for the purpose of educating SPN members as to best practices, trends, and current issues related to the care of children with developmental, behavioral, and mental health challenges as well as share content with members that promotes evidence-based developmentally appropriate pediatric nursing practice in all settings.
The objectives of the SIG are:
2. To utilize multiple options for content delivery to enhance educational opportunity and effectiveness.
The Education Specialist SIG will delineate the commitment, integrity, leadership skills, lifelong attainment of knowledge and excellence in for education specialists in the field of pediatrics.
Furthermore, the Education Specialist SIG will discern the mission and