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ANAMASS President Message
August 2019
October 2019


ANA Membership Assembly
President's Address
Ernest Grant,



Call for Nominations ANA Massachusetts Awards
Deadline January 12, 2020

ANA Massachusetts Awards honor the remarkable, but often unrecognized work of ANA Massachusetts members. You probably work with or know nurse colleagues whose commitment to nursing and to patient care is exemplary. Yet in the rush of today's world, there is often little time to acknowledge them and their professional contributions. ANA Massachusetts has established several awards that provide you the opportunity to recognize those nurses who have made a difference at the bedside, in the classroom, and in the practice of nursing.

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The American Nurses Association Massachusetts (ANAMASS) testified yesterday before the Joint Committee on Public Health. President Julie Cronin, RN, spoke to HB1941/SB1345 An Act establishing a commission on quality patient outcomes and professional nursing practice. "Appropriate nurse staffing is vital to overall patient outcomes including decreased adverse events, decreased readmissions and increased patient satisfaction. Establishing a commission will mean working together with key stakeholders at the table to examine and understand issues of concern for nurses and to provide evidence-based recommendations and solutions that are agreed upon by all members on behalf of the nursing profession"...Read More.

ANAMASS President Julie Cronin providing testimony at the State House in support of HB1941 and SB1345 An Act establishing a commission on quality patient outcomes and professional nursing practice.


Spring 2020 Conference - Call for Poster Abstracts
Submission Form, click here.
Deadline, Friday, February 28, 2020

What innovations in practice, education, management, leadership, research, evidence-based practice, informatics/technology, or quality improvement have you accomplished to improve patient care and outcomes, nurse competencies and/or delivery systems? Share your knowledge and expertise!


Spring Conference
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Beyond the Hand Sanitizer

April 17, 2020
Waltham Woods Conference Center

The complexity and diversity associated with infectious disease continues to challenge nurses’ knowledge and skill in providing safe, competent care to patients across all settings and specialties. The purpose of this conference is to update participants regarding current and emerging trends as well as evidence-based practices in caring for patients with infectious disease that will assist in keeping patients, the environment, and themselves safe. Topics will include impact of multi-drug resistant organisms on global health, the resurgence of the EBOLA virus, Hepatitis C update, and antibiotic therapy and stewardship. At the conclusion of this conference, 80% of participants will be able to identify at least two evidence-based approaches for assessing and intervening in patients with infectious disease.

Featured Speakers
Sheila Davis, DNP, ANP-BC, FAAN
Chief Executive Officer of Partners In Health

Chantelle F. Marshall, MSN, ANP-BC
Nurse Practitioner, Massachusetts General Hospital Liver Center

Assistant Professor, MGH Institute of Health Professions

Annual Business Meeting and Awards Dinner
May 8, 2020
Royal Sonesta Boston

 Who we are...

Welcome to Grace Oh ANAMASS New Graduate Director

Grace is a Boston College graduate and currently works as a registered nurse at Massachusetts General Hospital. As a Korean-American from New Jersey, Grace is passionate about increasing cultural literacy and awareness amongst healthcare providers. She is involved at her local church and loves to grab meals with new people, travel to foreign places, and explore new food.

Welcome to Silda Melo, ANAMASS New Graduate Director
Silda holds her BS in Nursing from Curry College and is currently a ACO Complex Care Manager at Boston Medical Health System. She is an energetic and empathetic registered nurse focusing on population health and social determinants of health. Silda is looking to empower and inspire nurses and other healthcare professionals to provide high quality community care and improve the health status of vulnerable populations.


ANAMASS Approver Unit was awarded Accreditation with Distinction, the highest recognition awarded by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Accreditation Program, through 2019.

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