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2016 candidates for ANA national office

The American Nurses Association Nominations and Elections Committee has prepared the slate of candidates for ANA’s national elections. The slate of candidates will be presented at the 2016 ANA Membership Assembly June 24-25. The slate of candidates for the 2016 ANA [Read More]

ANA endorses Hillary Clinton for President

ANA endorses Hillary Clinton for President

The American Nurses Association has endorsed Hillary Clinton for President of the United States. “Hillary Clinton has been a nurse champion and health care advocate throughout her career and believes empowering nurses is good for patients and good for the country,” said [Read More]

Practical tools for handling information overload

Practical tools for handling information overload

The American Nurses Association’s book, “Information Overload: Framework, Tips and Tools to Manage in Complex Healthcare Environments,” examines the many factors that influence nurses’ interpretations of the vast amount of information they have to process each day [Read More]

The American Nurses Association unveils the ANA Enterprise

The American Nurses Association unveils the ANA Enterprise

In March, the American Nurses Association announced the launch of the ANA Enterprise — the overarching organization for ANA, the American Nurses Credentialing Center and the American Nurses Foundation. In addition to the new ANA Enterprise, the nation’s leading [Read More]

2016 Call for nominations for appointed positions

2016 Call for nominations for appointed positions

The American Nurses Association Committee on Appointments, a committee of the ANA Board of Directors charged to recommend individuals to appointed positions on various ANA committees and boards, is issuing the 2016 call for nominations for appointed positions on April 1. [Read More]

Faculty Pak available for teaching the Code

Faculty Pak available for teaching the Code

The American Nurses Association’s Guide to the Code of Ethics for Nurses: Development, Application, and Interpretation Faculty Pak introduces the concept of ethics and the nurse’s responsibility to use ANA’s Code of Ethics for Nurses with Interpretive Statements (the [Read More]

ANA Minority Fellowship Program updates

ANA Minority Fellowship Program updates

The Minority Fellowship Program at the American Nurses Association grew as a response to the lack of mental health and substance abuse nurse professionals who could provide culturally competent care to an increasingly diverse population with ever-expanding needs for mental [Read More]

Standards to create healthy work environments

Standards to create healthy work environments

A growing body of evidence confirms the link between health care work environments and patient safety, clinical outcomes, staff retention and other measures related to the quality of care. Yet workplace studies continue to find an abundance of unhealthy work environments. [Read More]

Access health literacy toolkit

Access health literacy toolkit

Only 12 percent of adults in the United States have the health literacy skills needed to manage the demands of the nation’s complex health care system, and even their ability to absorb and use health information can be compromised by stress or illness. Like blood safety, [Read More]

ICN Congress 2017: Website and call for abstracts launched

ICN Congress 2017: Website and call for abstracts launched

The International Council of Nurses recently released its call for abstracts and launched the website for its 2017 Congress and meeting of the Council of National Nursing Association Representatives. Themed “Nurses at the forefront transforming care,” the Congress will [Read More]

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ANA calls for a culture of safety in all health care settings

ANA calls for a culture of safety in all health care settings

During National Nurses Week, May 6-12, the American Nurses Association asked RNs to help make their workplaces safer to [Read More]

A challenging road

A challenging road

Nurses discuss complexities, ways to address rural health care Registered nurse Sharon Webster, manager of the Hannibal [Read More]

June 25, 2016: Taking action at the Membership Assembly

June 25, 2016: Taking action at the Membership Assembly

Before the Membership Assembly came to a close, representatives took action on measures aimed at improving care to [Read More]

Membership Assembly: Addressing patient engagement, substance use

Membership Assembly: Addressing patient engagement, substance use

The June 24 afternoon session of the Membership Assembly kicked off with a riveting keynote address by Knitasha [Read More]

June 24, 2015: ANA’s Membership Assembly — Shaping the future

June 24, 2015: ANA’s Membership Assembly — Shaping the future

Nearly 300 representatives to the American Nurses Association’s Membership Assembly and observers convened this [Read More]

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