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Life after retirement

Planning for what lies ahead. Takeaways: According to the American Nurses Association, 500,000 experienced RNs are projected to retire by 2022. Retirement is a major...

Protect and defend

Edie Brous wants nurses to protect their livelihoods.   While working on her master’s degree, Edie Brous, JD, MSN, MPH, RN, took a course on collective...

How shall we mourn our dead?

Take your time and follow the path that’s right for you. Since May 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services have required nursing homes...

Frontline nurses and transformational leadership

A key to quality and safety In 2011, the Institute of Medicine called for nurses in all settings and levels of care to be prepared...

Standing desks ease health impact of seated work

Working from home had an unexpected effect on Linda Curtsinger, RN. “At first, I thought it was going to be nice to work at...

Promoting nurses’ well-being during COVID-19

To: Ethics Advisory Board    From: ANA member Subject: Nurses’ well-being   I was a senior in my bachelor of science in nursing program last year during...

ANA Enterprise News, September 2021

Accelerating nursing, transforming healthcare: New research from J&J, ANA, and AONL Nurses should leverage the leadership positions they moved into during the pandemic to drive...

ANA affirms support for COVID-19 vaccination mandates, promotes safety of vaccines

As the Delta variant of COVID-19 continues to increase infection rates in some regions of the United States, the American Nurses Association (ANA) has...

Night nurses and exercise

How regular activity can increase sleep quality and quantity. Takeaways: Working at night disrupts nurses’ circadian rhythms and impacts their physical and mental health. Nurses...

Finding the voice within

For millennial nurses, involvement in community leadership through professional associations such as the National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN) can be integral to developing...

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