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    Updated Working for You

    The updated Working for You for the month of January is now released on WNA’s website. Working for You is a document WNA develops each month listing the issues WNA is focusing on, the meetings and events WNA representatives have attended, upcoming conferences, and more. You can find this months

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  • Invitation to Join Informational Call on the Development of a WNA Wisconsin Healthy Nurse Mutual Interest Group

    The Wisconsin Nurses Association has a Healthy Nurse Task Force that emerged from a 2013 WNA Reference.  A portion of the recommendation from the Reference called for addressing the nutritional and physical activity of nurses as a means of promoting the health of nurses in Wisconsin.  The Task Force has

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  • American Heart Association | Go Red for Women

    National Wear Red Day is February 3, 2017

    Chances are high that you or someone in your family will be affected by Cardiovascular Diseases (CVD) at some point. You can reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke if you start early. Cardiovascular diseases, including heart disease and stroke, kill nearly 1 in 3 women each year. That’s

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  • Invitation to Discuss the Establishment of a Palliative and End-of-Life Care Mutual Interest Group

    One of the ideas generated from the Wisconsin Nurses Association’s 2016 Fall Conference, The Nurse’s Role in Palliative & End-of-Life-Care Across the Lifespan, was the development of an interest group for nurses on the topic of palliative and end-of-life care. WNA sponsors a variety of “mutual interest groups” (MIGs) that

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  • Nurses as leaders: At all levels, in all settings

    Nurses as leaders: At all levels, in all settings by Linda Gobis Nursing leadership is vitally important to our profession, now more than ever. I do not mean traditional leadership with its hierarchy of formal positions, but rather, all nurses everywhere engaged in grassroots leadership. Why this change? Why now?

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