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Making the Voices of Massachusetts Nurses heard...
an article in July 17th Boston Business Journal, click here.
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Friday, August 21, 2015
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Danversport Yacht Club
Keynote - Sue R. Levy, Savory Living
Eating Well for YOU: behavior changes, nutrition science,
food skills to help you feel well
MAKE HEALTHY EATING HAPPEN IN 2015
Start a sustainable approach to healthy eating that fits your tastes and lifestyle.
Luncheon Fashion Show sponsored by North Shore Chico’s!
Check out our very own members sporting
the latest styles of the season!
Wellness Session Breakouts featuring demonstrations, consultation and free samples
Salem Fitness Center
Elements Massage Swampscott
Whole Foods Market Swampscott
(Check back for additions to the program)
Event Flyer, click here.
Comfortable Sports Attire Encouraged
Registration Open, click here!
ANA Massachusetts Political Advocacy Program (Central and Western MA)
Thursday, September 17, 2015
6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Harrington Memorial Hospital
Conference Room 1
94 South Street
A light supper will be provided
The American Nurses Association Massachusetts Action Champions
invite you to learn more about Political Advocacy.
There are many legislative issues that affect YOUR nursing practice.
Come learn about what they are and how YOU can make a difference.
Learn about your professional nursing organization and how it can support you...
provide us with YOUR expertise on important nursing issues…
learn how to effectively lobby your legislators and their staff.
RSVP by September 1st, click here.
Space is limited - first 10 to register will receive a special door prize.
American Nurses Association Membership Assembly 2015
American Nurses Association Elects Vice President and other Leaders
SILVER SPRING, MD – Representatives at the American Nurses Association’s (ANA) Membership Assembly elected Ernest James Grant, PhD, MSN, RN, FAAN, of the North Carolina Nurses Association, to serve as vice president of the professional association that represents the interests of the nation’s 3.4 million registered nurses (RNs).
Full release, click here.
Representatives of ANA Massachusetts lobbied congress and attended the ANA Membership Assembly on behalf of nurses in the commonwealth.
2015 ANA Membership Assembly Video
D. Jeffery, P. Cipriano, M. Reilly, C. Colleran-Santos, Rep. Clar
M. Cacace, C. Colleran-Santos G. Peterson, D. Jeffery
M. Reilly, D. Jeffery, M. Flynn M. Cacace, M. Flynn, D. Jeffery
C. Colleran-Santos, G. Peterson, V. Anoje C. Colleran- Santos
Health Policy Commission’s Quality Improvement and Patient Protection Committee Unveil Final Recommendations for the Regulations Underpinning the New ICU RN Staffing Law
RECOMMENDED FINAL REGULATION, click here.
As advanced by the Quality Improvement and Patient Protection Committee on May 20, 2015 for consideration by the Health Policy Commission Board on June 10, 2015.
American Nurses Association Massachusetts Statement, click here.
ANA Massachusetts President testifies on behalf of our bill to add a nurse seat on the Health Policy Commission along with our nurse colleagues.
Click here to view the ANA Mass testimony.
Safe Patient Handling
Voices of Safe Staffing - Nurses Know What Patients Need!
While a new law that mandates acuity-based staffing levels in the ICU is implemented by the Department of Public Health, the subject of safe staffing continues to be a hot topic for nurses across the Commonwealth. Nurses across the state are sharing their experiences and demanding staffing that ensures the safety of patients and nurses.
As the professional organization that represents nurses across the Commonwealth, independent of role, education, or union affiliation, we want you to know that we are advocating on behalf of you! The following resources are designed to provide you with more information about the issue of safe staffing and the implementation of the new law:
Please click here. to read the testimony that our organization provided on this subject to the state’s Health Policy Commission.
Please click here to view video excerpts of ANA Massachusetts leaders and members speaking about the topic of safe staffing
Please click here to go to the ANA Safe Staffing Saves Lives website for additional information.
As the state affiliate of the American Nurses Association, the oldest professional nursing organization, ANA MA ensures that the voice of nurses is heard across the Commonwealth and across the nation.
ANA Massachusetts strives to help registered nurses across the Commonwealth stay up to date on the major issues that affect their practice. We are here to serve you. aRe you iN?
Please share with us your thoughts on this important topic at email@example.com
More safe staffing information, click here.
Public Ranks Nurses as Most Honest, Ethical Profession for 13th Straight Year
As the American Nurses Association (ANA) embarks on a yearlong campaign to highlight the importance of nursing ethics and their impact on patients and health care quality, the annual Gallup survey on trust in professions shows the public continues to rate nursing as the most honest and ethical. (Press Release Here)
ANA Responds to President’s 2016 Budget Proposal (click here)
American Nurses Foundation Launches E-tools, Interactive Website to Aid Nurses in Providing PTSD Care
In conjunction with President Obama’s address to the American Legion’s 96th convention, the American Nurses Foundation (ANF), the charitable and philanthropic arm of the American Nurses Association (ANA), on Aug. 26 announced the launch of an interactive, web-based post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) toolkit to help civilian registered nurses (RNs) better assess and treat PTSD in the nation’s veterans and military service members
More information, click here.
Revisions to 244 CMR 4.00 effective 8/1/14
Information Regarding New APRN Category of Clinical Nurse Specialist
Save the Date
Accredited Approver Unit Provider Symposium Western Workshop
Friday, November 6, 2015
Baystate Health Conference Center, Holyoke, MA
ANA MA President
ANA MA Approver Unit was awarded Accreditation with Distinction, the highest recognition awarded by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Accreditation Program, through 2019.