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ANA advocates safety and staffing for nurses and increased testing to combat the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Today the American Nurses Association Political Action Committee (ANA-PAC) announces its first round of endorsements for the 2020 election cycle.
ANA calls on a concerted effort among all members of the health care team, decision makers and the public to respond to the coronavirus outbreak.
ANA announces the formal recognition of travel health nursing as a nursing specialty. Travel health nursing is an evidence-based practice that advances the well- being of all travelers globally.
Premiering January 28, 2020, Johnson & Johnson and the American Nurses Association Launch SEE YOU NOW.
Nurses taking the top spot in Gallup’s most recent poll comes as ANA celebrates the “Year of the Nurse".
The American Nurses Association (ANA) welcomes the Orthodox Jewish Nurses Association (OJNA) as the latest addition to its list of organizational affiliates.
The policy statements guide and inform nurses’ role in care and advocacy; Align with patients and partners to end the HIV and AIDS epidemic in America.
This legislation will require employers to implement comprehensive plans that protect health care professionals from violence in the workplace and prohibit acts of retaliation that discourage reporting of violent incidents.
Applications will be accepted through January 15, 2020.
Illustrating the power of a “Magnet,” more than 10,000 nurses and other health care stakeholders are being drawn to Orlando, FL, to immerse themselves in a wide range of educational and innovative sessions, celebratory events, and networking opportunities at the 2019 ANCC National Magnet Conference®, which runs from Oct. 10-12. At the high-energy conference opening, attendees already were treated to performances by Opera Orlando, gained insights from opening speaker Gretchen Rubin on understanding personality tendencies to create better work environments, and learned firsthand about the 2020 “Year of the Nurse.”
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