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Betty Lord Dinan represented the Iowa Nurses Association (there are over 45,000 nurses in Iowa) and American Nurses Association (there are over 3.
Patton, MSN, RN, CNOR, of the American Nurses Association.
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.
The American Nurses Association had said the company undermines nurses and delays the resolution of strikes.
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.
2] It has been endorsed, in one way or another, by the Order of Nurses of Quebec, the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association, the American Nurses Association, and the Colleges of Nurses of Ontario, eighty colleges and universities, and the National Institute of Health (NIH), U.
In 1994, when the American Nurses Association surveyed its members, 70 percent of all respondents said their employers were cutting back on staffing by leaving vacant positions unfilled.
Those seeking a constitutional right to die face formidable opposition, including the Clinton administration, the American Medical Association, the American Hospital Association, the American Nurses Association and conservative groups like the Family Research Council.
Things weren't going a whole lot better for the editors of the Nursing Bulletin on Health Care Reform, published by the American Nurses Association, Washington, D.

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