ANA Insights

Mental health matters

This month, the Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) at the American Nurses Association celebrates its 50th anniversary of supporting graduate-level nursing students from historically marginalized…

A diversified profession

All nurses—regardless of gender—should be concerned that the nursing profession remains predominantly female. In 2023, men comprised just 12.6% of RNs and 10.2% of…

Powerful peer-to-peer networks

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, Kathy Van Allen, MSN, RN, CPN, recognized that her community’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) nursing leaders faced growing…

What is a healthy nurse?

A new, dynamic, and meaningful definition of a healthy nurse, built on the American Nurses Association’s (ANA’s) well­ness work and research, helps inform health…

Nurses make the difference

Through patient care, in the halls of legislatures, as managers and executives, and in communities across the country, nurses make the difference. As the…

Turning the tide

The unacceptably high level of maternal mortality in the United States reflects a failing of our entire healthcare system and calls nurses, as the…

Lived experience

Sharing our experiences face-to-face or online through op-eds, blogs, and the like, reflects the very best of advocacy—the process of gaining public support for…

Nursing professional development at night

The Institute of Medicine advocates for well-prepared nurses to manage today’s complex healthcare environment. However, the nursing shortage presents a multifaceted and growing challenge.…

Healthy hearts

Our profession, predominantly female, reflects the CVD risk all women face: CVD remains the leading cause of death in women, yet less than half…

Meaningful momentum

When I became the American Nurses Association’s (ANA) 38th president in January 2023, the pandemic had loosened its tight grip and our society had…

Mental health matters

This month, the Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) at the American Nurses Association celebrates its 50th anniversary of supporting graduate-level nursing students from…

A diversified profession

All nurses—regardless of gender—should be concerned that the nursing profession remains predominantly female. In 2023, men comprised just 12.6% of RNs and…

Powerful peer-to-peer networks

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, Kathy Van Allen, MSN, RN, CPN, recognized that her community’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) nursing leaders…

What is a healthy nurse?

A new, dynamic, and meaningful definition of a healthy nurse, built on the American Nurses Association’s (ANA’s) well­ness work and research, helps…

Nurses make the difference

Through patient care, in the halls of legislatures, as managers and executives, and in communities across the country, nurses make the difference.…

Turning the tide

The unacceptably high level of maternal mortality in the United States reflects a failing of our entire healthcare system and calls nurses,…

Lived experience

Sharing our experiences face-to-face or online through op-eds, blogs, and the like, reflects the very best of advocacy—the process of gaining public…

Nursing professional development at night

The Institute of Medicine advocates for well-prepared nurses to manage today’s complex healthcare environment. However, the nursing shortage presents a multifaceted and…

Healthy hearts

Our profession, predominantly female, reflects the CVD risk all women face: CVD remains the leading cause of death in women, yet less…

Meaningful momentum

When I became the American Nurses Association’s (ANA) 38th president in January 2023, the pandemic had loosened its tight grip and our…
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