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Our concerns frequently align with MNA's national affiliates, the American Nurses Association (ANA) and the American Federation of Teachers/Nurses and Health Professionals (AFTNHP).
In addition, she was the inaugural editor-in-chief of American Nurse Today, the official journal of the American Nurses Association, from 2006-14.
Curriculum for the program was developed in partnership with the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, the Veterans Health Administration, and the American Nurses Association.
American Nurses Association Quadrennial Policy Conference
It will be produced monthly for a mixed paid and controlled circulation of 175,000, including more than 150,000 members of the American Nurses Association (ANA; Silver Spring, MD) as well as an additional 25,000 nurses in all practice settings.
Analysis of American Nurses Association Staffing Survey.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the American Nurses Association, and the American Medical Women's Association all oppose this dangerous ban.
Alaska Native Medical Center recently was awarded the highest honor for outstanding nursing services, offered by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, an arm of the American Nurses Association, the nation's largest nurses group.
He is a member of the American Radiology Nurses Association, the Arkansas Nurses Association and the American Nurses Association.
Their mere application caused a storm of controversy, and the permit was denied." Instead, GNA staged a walk-through exhibit and held a highly attended slide show, "Gay Patients/Straight Health Care," at the national American Nurses Association.
Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Office of Children's Health Protection launched a $200,000 continuing education initiative in conjunction with the American Nurses Association called "Protecting Children from Environmental Threats: A Nursing Education Program." Through this initiative, an Environmental Health Expert Task Force was set up to develop both print and online versions of an independent study course for nurses and a program for nurses to educate others.
The 21,000-member Massachusetts Nurses Association has scheduled a November vote on whether to disaffiliate from the American Nurses Association, and nurses in Maine are moving toward a similar vote.

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