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Personnel Policies and HIV in the Workplace

ANA Position Statement
Approved:
September 6, 1991

The American Nurses Association (ANA) has a long-standing position of advocating for the rights of nurses in the workplace. ANA supports development of personnel policies which create a maximally safe and healthful environment for all workers, patients/ clients, students, and volunteers. Personnel polices should address all aspects of HIV in the workplace; protect against social and economic discrimination; reflect the most current scientific and epidemiological knowledge; and incorporate sound principles of supervision and management.

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