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Call for Public Comment

Public examination of the work of the American Nurses Association (ANA) is vitally important to ANA’s focus on transparency and commitment to improve health care for everyone.

Please use this opportunity to comment on any or all of the documents below. Your response will provide insights for our future approach and help us to achieve more. If possible, share this announcement with colleagues, students, health care consumers, and other stakeholders. Let’s make a difference – together.

Current Opportunities

Draft Public Health Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice Call for Public Comment

ANA seeks public comments for the 2021 Draft Public Health Nursing: Scope and Standards, Third Edition. You will want to first review the draft document available here and then submit your comments via the survey at this link. Providing the line and page numbers will make the workgroup’s review of every comment a bit easier. Thank you for widely sharing this announcement with nursing colleagues, faculty, students, interprofessional colleagues, and other stakeholders. Note the closing date for submission is May 21, 2021, at midnight EDT. Please direct questions or technical issues to: carol.bickford@ana.org.

Draft Addictions Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice Call for Public Comment

The International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA) seeks public comments for its draft Addictions Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice until midnight EDT on Thursday, May 22, 2021. Click here to view the draft Addictions Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice document. Click here to leave your feedback/recommendations. Please include applicable line numbers and page numbers with each of your comments to facilitate integration of your comments and recommendations into the final version. Do share this announcement with colleagues, students, faculty, and other stakeholders.

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