WNA & Nursing News

  • 2013-2016 Faith Community Nursing Research

    We have seen a steady growth in Faith Community Nursing (FCN) research. In 2013, only 12 articles represented the practice and very few of those were actual research. In 2014, the number of articles doubled to 24. In 2015, there were 28 published articles in the specialty of FCN with most using a research methodology. […]

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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 provide an on-line platform and […]

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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 completed its work and has […]

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  • WNA Nurses Day at the Capitol Exceeds Expectations

    WNA President, Linda Gobis, welcomed all 575 participants to the February 28, 2017, annual Nurses Day at the Capitol.  The conference was held at the Monona Terrace in Madison. The day provided descriptions of the National and State health policy issues that have a role for the nursing profession to be visible and the individual […]

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  • WNA dues are now just $15/month!

    Membership in WNA and ANA gives you direct access to nursing knowledge, career development, and professional connections, so you can provide top-quality patient care and be the best nurse you can be. New lower dues for joint membership in WNA and ANA makes this access more affordable for every registered nurse. Dues are just $15/month […]

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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 and all previous months on […]

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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 why it is important to […]

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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? In 2010, the Institute of […]

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  • The 2016 WNA Awards

    The WNA Awards have been a tradition for 40 years—since May Hornback and Alice Weldy received the Service to WNA Award in 1976. Now WNA offers 12 awards. Eight of them were awarded this year at the WNA Membership Assembly. We would like to thank everyone who nominated someone for an award—all the nominations were […]

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  • Nurses are #1 for the 15th year in a row

    Nurses Rank #1 Most Trusted Profession for 15th Year in a Row

    SILVER SPRING, MD – The American public has again ranked nurses as the professionals with the highest honesty and ethical standards, according to a Gallup poll released today. The annual poll marks the 15th consecutive year that nurses have been ranked the most trusted out of a wide spectrum of professions, including medical doctors and police officers.

    “Every day, millions of nurses are on the front lines in the fight to improve the health of all Americans,” said Pamela F. Cipriano, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, president of the American Nurses Association. “Whether nurses are by the bedside or in the board room, we continue to be a trusted resource and a vital part of our nation’s health care system. This poll reflects the trust the public has in us, and we’ll continue to work hard to keep that trust.”

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