Gamma Tau-at-Large


Welcome! The Gamma Tau-at-Large Chapter of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International invites you to become a member and learn more about one of the largest and most prestigious nursing organizations in the world.
It's an honor to join – and a benefit to belong. 

Membership is about more than academics; it's a rewarding connection with nurses at the local, regional, and international levels who share your passion for nursing and in making a difference in the world. This global connection has never been more important than it is today as we work together to assure a bright future for the nursing profession. The honor society will help you help others, whether through professional development, career resources, or community involvement at the local level or beyond.


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Chapter News

  • June issue of Gamma Taulk Newsletter now available

    The June issue of our Gamma Taulk newsletter (Volume 2 Number 2) is now available. Thank you to all who contributed to it!

    Check it out in the library under Newsletters folder. Or see the discussion post with the file attached.
    Happy Reading!

  • Congratulations to 2017 GTAL Research Grant Recipients

    Congratulations to our 2017 Gamma Tau-at-Large Research Grant awardees:

    Eunjoo An: Promoting Adherence to Hypertension Self-management Behaviors through Mindfulness; $5000
    Pamela Miller: A Comparison of Local Anesthetics for Intravenous Catheter Insertion in Hospitalized Pediatric Patients; $2000
    Jennifer Baird: Knowing What Matters: Information Continuity in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit; $2000
    Deborah Rothhaar: The effect of RN Implicit Bias on Pain Outcomes in the Emergency Department; $1000
    Total Grant Funding: $10,000

  • Remember -- We are on Facebook!!

    Join our Facebook group. Introduce yourself, post news and pics! Have fun communicating!

  • Surviving Your First Years as a Nurse

    Now Free for Members
    The Surviving Your First Years as a Nurse continuing nursing education program is now free to active STTI members. This unique program is designed for new nurses and covers topics and issues that will help the transition from student to professional nurse. Course subjects include legal risks as a nurse, using social media in a healthcare environment, dealing with incivility, and more.

    Remember, to see your member pricing, you will need to log in to www.nursingknowledge.org using your member number or password.

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