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ANA President comments on violence at the U.S. Capitol building during the ratification of the 2020 Presidential election on January 6, 2021.
Passage of this year-end legislation is extremely welcome as our nation’s nurses on the frontline of this pandemic need additional support.
Nurses rank #1 for 19th consecutive year
Health care professionals must continue their battle against COVID-19 by taking a vaccine and sharing their experience with others.
The American Nurses Association (ANA) hails the Food and Drug Administration’s Emergency Use Authorization of the first COVID-19 vaccine and commends the innovative public-partnership and scientific rigor that produced swift results. As the voice of the nation’s nurses, ANA established key principles to guide nurses and other health care professionals’ consideration for COVID-19 vaccines. These principles provide recommendations for access, transparency, equity, efficacy, and safety of COVID-19 vaccines.
The American Nurses Association (ANA), Al Roker Entertainment, and HealthCom Media, have partnered together to produce the American Nurse Heroes campaign, which will present true stories of nurses on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic in the journal, online, and through a network television event.
COVID-19 vaccines must be evaluated and ultimately authorized through a rigorous scientific and regulatory process.
ANA maintains that COVID-19 positive nurses have the right to choose whether they want to work. A nurse should never be retaliated against nor penalized for choosing to prioritize self-care.
To claim that health care professionals are inflating the number of COVID-19 cases or deaths to make more money is outrageous, baseless, and dangerous.
New findings released tindicate an urgent need to provide nurses consistent information and include them in the vaccine development process, according to a survey of nearly 13,000 nurses.
New effort provides nurses interactive and standardized infection prevention and control training.
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