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  • Register Today for WNA’s Innovation & Motivation Education Symposium

    Join us for WNA’s Innovation & Motivation Education Symposium! The symposium will provide an opportunity for the participants to learn about some of the innovative projects or initiatives that include the role of the nurse. Presenters will be innovators in areas of nursing including practice, education, leadership, workforce, and/or policy.

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  • APRN Roundtable Information Meeting!

    The WNA Board of Directors is pleased to announce the establishment of the APRN Roundtable. The APRN Roundtable’s purpose is to bring together APRN associations that include CRNAs, CNS and CNMs, NP specialty associations, regional groups, employers of APRNs, universities/colleges of APRN education, other nursing associations and consumer groups that

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  • WNA Presents Friends of Nursing Award to Senator Devin LeMahieu (Senate District 9)

    (Madison, WI) – The Wisconsin Nurses Association today presented Senator Devin LeMahieu of the 9th Senate District, Oostburg the 2018 WNA “Friend of Nursing” Award.  LeMahieu was the lead sponsor of this biennium’s Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Modernization Act Legislation, SB 497. The proposed legislation created licensure for the four

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    WNA Elections 2018

    The elected positions and position description are as follows:   Board of Directors: Vice President Role: Serve as an officer of the WNA Board of Directors. Chairs the Coordinating Cabinet, which consists of the Vice President and the chairs of WNA’s three Councils, and assume all duties of the President

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  • WNA Co-Leads Symposium to Address Hypertension in Wisconsin

    On May 30, 2018, WNA collaborated with the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services Division of Public Health and others in planning and offering a one-day symposium to discuss and offer strategies for reducing the prevalence of hypertension in Wisconsin. The morning consisted of presentations by national and state-level

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