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Take the February Healthy Nurse Healthy Nation Grand Challenge
ANA has declared 2018 as the Year of Advocacy
NH Harm Reduction Coalition
NH Rare Diseases Day 2018
The NH chapter of the National Organization for Rare Disorders is hosting a reception in the NH State House Dining Room for legislators. The goal of advocacy events is to draw attention to rare diseases as an important public health issue that cannot be ignored. This is an opportunity for patients, caregivers, medical professionals and industry representatives to come together and educate elected officials about rare diseases and what it’s like to live with or care for someone with a rare disease in the state. Register today!
2018 National Sample Survey of RNs
Dr. George A. Zangaro, Director, National Center for Health Workforce Analysis, Bureau of Health Workforce, Health Resources and Services Administration: "Nurses play a critical role in the lives of patients throughout the nation. That is why the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is dedicated to providing policy makers and researchers with the most comprehensive data on registered nurses and nurse practitioners. Please support and encourage participation of the 2018 National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses by sharing this flyer with your membership. This vital national survey is the primary source of data on the nursing workforce, the largest segment of healthcare providers."
Take the Pledge: End Nurse Abuse
Have the Conversation: Caring for People Who Inject Drugs
Polls Are Open to Vote for the NHNA Board of Directors
NEMSD Supports Texas Nurses Foundation's Efforts to Help Nurses Affected by Hurricane Harvey
News Release - American Nurses Association Calls for Action in Wake of Police Abuse of Registered Nurse
ANA Is Recognized for Ongoing Support by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Partnership for Patients (PfP)
ACA and AHCA: Don Berwick Breaks It Down
Letter: Protect Medicaid Expansion
Hey Capitol Hill – the nurses called, did you hear us?
Weekly Legislative Notice: June 24, 2017 (Final Notice)
Call for Public Comment: The Ethical Responsibility to Manage Pain and Suffering
New Publication! Anatomy of a Super Nurse: The Ultimate Guide to Becoming Nursey
Awarding Full-Tuition Scholarships
ANA Enterprise to Launch New Initiative to Transform Health of America’s Nurses
Conference at SNHU to Feature Career Fair for Nurses, NH Union Leader
New Hampshire Nurses Association Joins Northeast Multi-State Division to Launch Shared Services Business Model
American Nurses Association Partners with CDC to Improve Infection Prevention and Control Education for Nurses (2/14/17)
Commission on Government Affairs Chair Announcement
Professional Development Opportunities
News Release – NHNA Appoints Joan Catherine Widmer as New Executive Director
News Release – ANA President Responds to Executive Actions to Regulate Gun Sales
News Release – American Nurses Association Urges Nurses to Get Flu Vaccination
Ethics Position Statements: Privacy and Confidentiality
Ethics Position Statements: Risk and Responsibility in Providing Nursing Care
Effective Date: June 2015
Latest Ebola Information
Attn: New Grads - Free "Welcome to the Profession" Kit
NH Governor Signs Health Expansion Into Law
Thank you to all nurses who contacted their legislators.
Watch the video of the signing ceremony
NEW: NHNA Legislative Action Center
View the bills being worked on or monitored by NHNA Government Affairs.
Find your legislators. Learn how a bill becomes law and how you can take part.
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