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Airing on TV in May/June in celebration of National Nurses Month: #AmericanNurseHeroes

The American Nurses Association (ANA), Al Roker Entertainment, and HealthCom Media, publisher of American Nurse Journal, have joined forces to produce a multi-channel campaign to celebrate the heroic work of nurses and the positive impact they have on our nation in this time of crisis—and beyond. The American Nurse Heroes campaign will present true stories of nurses on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic in the journal, online, and through a network television event.

The campaign will highlight the magnitude of nurses’ impact on society and the American healthcare system. Numbering more than 4.2 million strong, nurses are the largest group of healthcare professionals in the country. They are with patients and families in all settings where healthcare is delivered, and they touch people’s lives from birth to the end of life. American Nurse Heroes has just released a public service announcement (PSA) that highlights this work. Click here to read the full press release.

For sponsorship information or to get involved contact:

Greg Osborne
Publisher of American Nurse Journal
215-489-7001

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