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The American Nurses Association (ANA) and actress Rita Wilson are urging Americans to get their flu vaccination this season, especially the approximately 200 million Americans at most risk for flu complications.
We strongly recommend a thorough and timely investigation into these troubling allegations.
Plan reflects consensus on need for greater collaboration and greater focus on
foundational change to reduce medical errors.
As the COVID-19 pandemic-induced recession continues to weigh on the national economy, Black and Hispanic/Latino nurses reported that they are more likely to have reduced spending or taken on temporary work than their White counterparts, a new financial well-being survey finds.
According to the new findings, 42% of nurses say they are still experiencing widespread or intermittent PPE shortages.
We maintain that it is essential that scientific findings and data be used as evidence in health care decision making, practice interventions and policy.
ANA announces the formal recognition of burn nursing as a nursing specialty. The American Burn Association (ABA) is pleased with this important distinction.
Nurses Stand to Uphold Human Dignity as Coronavirus Cases Continue to Rise Across the Nation.
We urge the American public to take three simple steps to help stop the spread of COVID-19: wear a mask, practice physical distancing and wash hands frequently.
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