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125 years of progress

ANA’s track record shapes its pandemic response.  “We have been so busy that we don’t know where we are at.…
20 million strong

20 million strong

Nurses and midwives create a healthier world. No matter what continent we call home, the experience is the same—nurses and…

4 million reasons

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A conversation with Rep. Lois Capps

Over the past several months, I’ve written extensively about the importance of nurses increasing their political advocacy to protect health care…
Pamela F. Cipriano, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN President, American Nurses Association

Addressing the opioid epidemic

Funding and access to care are crucial to solving substance use disorders. The word crisis can be defined in several…

Fighting emerging threats

Three years ago, the American Nurses Association (ANA) and nurses nationwide found themselves on the frontlines of a crisis when the Ebola virus made its way to the United States, killing one patient and infecting two RNs who provided care to him. The crisis wasn’t in the number of cases in this country—four diagnosed and 11 treated—but in the need to ensure that healthcare workers could keep themselves and the public safe when faced with a potentially fatal infectious organism.

first last line defense

First and last line of defense

Nurses are crucial to ensuring the safety of patients and the public. NURSES want every interaction with every patient to be…

From Your ANA President

Nurses must step up and become a primary force in reshaping the
nation’s healthcare system.

human rights

Human rights

ANA and nurses call for migrant family reunifications IMMIGRATION across our southern border took the spotlight earlier this year. People…
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Inspire, innovate, and influence

Let’s work together to tackle public health issues.  With National Nurses Weekcoming soon, we’ll be publicly recognized for our many…
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It’s who we are.

Nurses are part of high-performing teams during disasters. By Pamela F. Cipriano, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN In the past few…

Nurses’ role in managing pain

ANA offers guidance to help address a national and global epidemic. ON MY WAY INTO WORK at the burn center…
passion with purpose

Passion with purpose

Looking back on ANA’s work and presidency. THE PRESIDENCY of the American Nurses Association (ANA) is one of the most exciting,…
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Responding to disasters

A conversation with Rear Admiral Sylvia Trent-Adams  In the wake of natural and human-made disasters, nurses confront tragedies and heal…

Stop the inhumanity

Advocating for improved conditions and access to healthcare for migrant children and families This content is for Digital Access and…
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The ANA-nurse connection

Advancing the nursing profession and healthcare together FIRST, I’d like to wish everyone a happy and healthy new year and thank…

The launch of Nursing Now

Raising the profile of nursing to improve health and healthcare here and globally (more…)
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The Nursing Now campaign launches

Investing in nurses to achieve global health. Health should be a recognized universal right. Having an equitable health system should…
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Transitions and transformation

A thank-you to Marla Weston.  The indelible mark left behind by a transformation­al leader is as unique as a fingerprint.…
we are innovators

We are innovators

ANA helps advance nurses’ ideas. THE OLD PROVERB “Necessity is the mother of invention” resonates with many of us. Nurses…

Welcome to the profession

ANA is here to support all nurses every step of the way. This content is for Digital Access and Print…
support matters

Your support matters

Strengthening the Foundation and nursing. AS THE HOLIDAY SEASON and the end of my service as American Nurses Association (ANA)…

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