News for nursing profession!
Associate Professor Jung-Ah Lee (UCI Sue & Bill Gross SON) has been named a fellow in the Gerontological Society of America for her body of work supporting caregivers of loved ones with dementia.
We respect and appreciate your passion and contribution to the care of patients and advanced nursing. Young Korean-American nurses will follow your passion.
To inspire and empower Korean American nurses through philanthropy, education, and friendship.
KANASC is a professional nursing organization that provides its members with opportunities for professional development, advocates for their rights and interests, promotes friendship, and contributes to the well-being of communities and society.
본회는 간호 전문인의 단체로서 전 회원의 자질 향상, 권익 옹호 및 신장을 기하며
회원간의 친목, 이웃과 사회의 이익에 이바지하는데있다.
The Korean American Nurses Association of Southern California (KANASC) was founded by forty Korean immigrant nurses in 1969. At the time, many nurses came from Korea, but there was no organized way of networking and sharing information about being a nurse in the U.S. As a result, they founded KANASC to help and support each other, as well as other immigrant nurses.
Since 1971, an RN review course was offered through KANASC. After completing this course, about 3,000 new immigrant nurses were able to successfully obtain an RN license and practice as professional nurses in the U.S. In addition, KANASC has provided annual scholarships to support nursing students, offered continuing education for nurses, coordinated health fairs and other resources for local communities, assisted in arrangement of heart surgeries for children with heart problems, and much more.
남가주 한인 간호사협회는 1960년대 말 간호사 이민이 대거 시작되면서 이민 정착에 필요한 정보를 나누고 도움도 받을수있는 기관이 절실히 요구되어 1969년에 한인 이민 간호사 40여명에 의하여 창설되었습니다.