Thursday August 21st 2014

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Projected job growth in states by 2022

Projected job growth in states by 2022

Demand for services, retirements drive need for 1.1 million more nurses The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects increases in demand for an additional 574,400 RNs and APRNs by 2022.  In addition, 555,100 RNs and APRNs will retire or otherwise leave the labor [Read More]

ANA, federal agency collaborate to promote health information technology and improved patient outcomes

ANA, federal agency collaborate to promote health information technology and improved patient outcomes

Promoting the greater use of health information technology to support quality care – and nursing’s critical role in making that happen – were the focus of a meeting between leaders of the American Nurses Association (ANA) and the U.S. Office of the National [Read More]

Photo story: Nurses in Action

Photo story: Nurses in Action

Check out scenes from the 2014 ANA Membership Assembly as reported by Susan Trossman for The American Nurse at http://nursingworld.org/MA-slideshow. [Read More]

American Nurse Today announces Lillee Gelinas as new editor-in-chief

<I>American Nurse Today</I> announces Lillee Gelinas as new editor-in-chief

American Nurse Today, the official journal of the American Nurses Association (ANA), announced that Lillee Gelinas, MSN, RN, FAAN, has been appointed editor-in-chief effective June 1. Gelinas, a member of ANA and the Texas Nurses Association, has served on the journal’s [Read More]

Focus on self-care

Focus on self-care

New guide offers realistic, systematic approaches for practicing RNs Nurses excel at caring for others but often forget to care for themselves. The American Nurses Association (ANA) You! series: Self-Care and You: Caring for the Caregiver serves as a how-to guide for nurses [Read More]

June 13, 2014: ANA Membership Assembly

June 13, 2014: ANA Membership Assembly

Working together, transforming ANA and recognizing nurse leaders Hours before the American Nurses Association (ANA) officially opened its second Membership Assembly, some 350 nurses participated in a surprise engagement activity – working in concert to play the classical [Read More]

June 12, 2014: ANA Lobby Day

June 12, 2014: ANA Lobby Day

Change agents in action “Thomas Jefferson said that Americans do not have government by the majority, but ‘we have government by the majority who participate,’” so said American Nurses Association (ANA) President Karen A. Daley, PhD, RN, FAAN,  to the 200-plus [Read More]

President Daley challenges nursing graduates to leave a legacy

President Daley challenges nursing graduates to leave a legacy

What will be your legacy? That is the question ANA President Karen Daley, PhD, RN, FAAN, challenged graduates to consider in her commencement address at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing on May 10. The event represented the first time in the [Read More]

ANA/AAN leaders in the running for Modern Healthcare’s “100 Most Influential People in Healthcare”

ANA/AAN leaders in the running for <I>Modern Healthcare’s</I> “100 Most Influential People in Healthcare”

ANA President Karen Daley, ANA CEO Marla Weston and American Academy of Nursing President Diana Mason have made the ballot for Modern Healthcare’s “100 Most Influential People in Healthcare” ranking! Voting closes Friday, June 13. Please vote here for [Read More]

ANA quality conference provides forum for innovation, networking

ANA quality conference provides forum for innovation, networking

“Why can’t we give quality care to all of the people all of the time?” asked Lucian Leape, MD, a leader of the patient safety movement, during his keynote address at the 2014 American Nurses Association (ANA) Quality Conference, “Advancing Quality Outcomes: [Read More]

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Projected job growth in states by 2022

Projected job growth in states by 2022

Demand for services, retirements drive need for 1.1 million more nurses The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) [Read More]

ANA, federal agency collaborate to promote health information technology and improved patient outcomes

ANA, federal agency collaborate to promote health information technology and improved patient outcomes

Promoting the greater use of health information technology to support quality care – and nursing’s critical role in [Read More]

Photo story: Nurses in Action

Photo story: Nurses in Action

Check out scenes from the 2014 ANA Membership Assembly as reported by Susan Trossman for The American Nurse at [Read More]

Nurse to nurse

Nurse to nurse

Creating ways to ensure better care for military service members, veterans “Joining Forces” is not a campaign in [Read More]

A grateful leader at this time of transition

A grateful leader at this time of transition

It is bittersweet for me as I collect my thoughts for my last president’s column in The American Nurse. Serving as [Read More]

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America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) Joins the Coalition for ICD-10 | Business Wire | Why Insured had this to say

and the health information technology (HIT) community united Read the post

Takeaways from 2014 ANA Membership Assembly | Off the Charts had this to say

And the membership assembly elected a new president, Pamela Cipriano, who will serve a two-year term. You can see video Read the post

Working Together, Transforming ANA And Recognizing Nurse Leaders | Colorado Nurses Association had this to say

READ THE FULL STORY HERE Read the post

June 13, 2014: ANA Membership Assembly | The American Nurse had this to say

and the remarkable achievements of 10 of their colleagues. Five nurses were inducted into ANA’s prestigious Hall of Read the post

Everyday Heroes | The American Nurse had this to say

Boston is my home. I have lived in this area my entire life. I have always felt a special sense of pride and good Read the post

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