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NRSKarenRN has 40 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Vents, Telemetry, Home Care, Home infusion.

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want to learn how to flex your nursing muscle to influence legislative activity on the state and federal level or contact your legislators??

interested in knowing what nursing organizations and the american nurses association is doing to promote nursing on the national level?

ana's strength and success on capitol hill is due to the collaboration and coordination of three critical programs: lobbying, grassroots activities, and political action.

visit ana's federal government affairs section to track federal legislation, learn about the latest issues facing the nursing profession, and view ana's legislative initiatives.

capitol update

ana government affairs' free, online legislative and political newsletter on issues that impact nurses.

get the latest news on the status of nursing issues in congress and in the agencies delivered directly to your inbox once a month.

rn activist toolkit

a resource for nurse-activists. learn how to focus your efforts and your voice in concert with allies throughout the country.

 

contacting elected officials

ana: take action center

focus your efforts and raise your voice in concert with nurses across the country!

elected officials links:

  • president barack obama and vice president joe biden - send questions, comments, concerns, or well-wishes to the president or his staff.
  • u.s. senators - search for your senators by name, state, or congressional class; and visit their websites.
  • u.s. representatives - find contact information for your u.s. representative by typing in your zip code.
  • state governors - select your state to access e-mail, telephone, and postal contact information for your governor.
  • state legislators - search for state legislators and topical legislative information, by u.s. states and territories

us goverment contacts made easy: http://www.usa.gov/index.shtml

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> federal legislation: political action updated 5/23/11:

ana: legislative and regulatory priorities for the 112th congress

immigration and the nursing workforce

title viii: funding for nursing workforce development programs

federal issues...select a topic to learn more about these issues.

state government affairs

ana monitors over 1000 bills in state legislatures accross the country.

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ana-pac

ana's political action committee (ana-pac) and complementary political education are key to ana's legislative successes in the u.s. congress. ana-pac raises money to support both republican and democratic candidates who understand and advocate for nursing issues

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title protection:

laws protecting the title "nurse" updated 8/9/09

 

 

states that require ce for rn licensure

 

 

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international council of nurses

 

the international council of nurses is a federation of more than 120 national nurses' associations representing the millions of nurses worldwide.

 

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understanding liability insurance:

 

the importance of professional liability insurance in managing risk added 9/15/2004

 

the information and knowledge gained should assist nurses in all clinical practice areas to take control and manage the risks within their individual workplace and nursing practice.

ceu credit no longer available, but good info. karen

 

the nursing risk management series:

these independent study modules are:

i: "an overview of risk management"

 

ii: "the rewards and risks of the functional aspects of nursing education, information systems and management" and

 

iii. "ethical issues and specific risk hazards faced by nurses in their practice."

http://www.nursingworld.org/mods/archive/mod312/cerm3ful.htm

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NRSKarenRN has 40 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Vents, Telemetry, Home Care, Home infusion.

5 Followers; 10 Articles; 14,531 Posts; 160,411 Profile Views

want to learn how to flex your nursing muscle to influence legislative activity on the state and federal level or contact your legislators??

interested in knowing what nursing organizations and the american nurses association is doing to promote nursing on the national level?

ana's strength and success on capitol hill is due to the collaboration and coordination of three critical programs: lobbying, grassroots activities, and political action.

visit ana's federal government affairs section to track federal legislation, learn about the latest issues facing the nursing profession, and view ana's legislative initiatives.

capitol update

ana government affairs' free, online legislative and political newsletter on issues that impact nurses.

get the latest news on the status of nursing issues in congress and in the agencies delivered directly to your inbox once a month.

rn activist toolkit

a resource for nurse-activists. learn how to focus your efforts and your voice in concert with allies throughout the country.

 

contacting elected officials

ana: take action center

focus your efforts and raise your voice in concert with nurses across the country!

elected officials links:

  • president barack obama and vice president joe biden - send questions, comments, concerns, or well-wishes to the president or his staff.
  • u.s. senators - search for your senators by name, state, or congressional class; and visit their websites.
  • u.s. representatives - find contact information for your u.s. representative by typing in your zip code.
  • state governors - select your state to access e-mail, telephone, and postal contact information for your governor.
  • state legislators - search for state legislators and topical legislative information, by u.s. states and territories

us goverment contacts made easy: http://www.usa.gov/index.shtml

**********

> federal legislation: political action updated 5/23/11:

ana: legislative and regulatory priorities for the 112th congress

immigration and the nursing workforce

title viii: funding for nursing workforce development programs

federal issues...select a topic to learn more about these issues.

state government affairs

ana monitors over 1000 bills in state legislatures accross the country.

***************

ana-pac

ana's political action committee (ana-pac) and complementary political education are key to ana's legislative successes in the u.s. congress. ana-pac raises money to support both republican and democratic candidates who understand and advocate for nursing issues

***********

title protection:

laws protecting the title "nurse" updated 8/9/09

 

 

states that require ce for rn licensure

 

 

-------------

 

international council of nurses

 

the international council of nurses is a federation of more than 120 national nurses' associations representing the millions of nurses worldwide.

 

--------------------------

 

 

understanding liability insurance:

 

the importance of professional liability insurance in managing risk added 9/15/2004

 

the information and knowledge gained should assist nurses in all clinical practice areas to take control and manage the risks within their individual workplace and nursing practice.

ceu credit no longer available, but good info. karen

 

the nursing risk management series:

these independent study modules are:

i: "an overview of risk management"

 

ii: "the rewards and risks of the functional aspects of nursing education, information systems and management" and

 

iii. "ethical issues and specific risk hazards faced by nurses in their practice."

http://www.nursingworld.org/mods/archive/mod312/cerm3ful.htm

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