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The nursing field is at a generational crossroads, with millennials and Generation Z increasingly making up a larger share of the nursing workforce—and it turns out their professional priorities and expectations differ from past generations in a few key ways, according to a new HCA Healthcare survey.
RN Day will be held on Monday, April 20, 2020 and the Conference on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 in the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Sacramento. ANA\C Board of Directors invites ANA\C members and all interested CA nurses to attend our joint event to learn and empower nurses on how to increase our voices in policy development and politics.
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- Networking Reception for Conference Attendees on Monday, April 20, 2020 from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
- Keynote: Janet Haebler, MSN, RN- ANA Senior Associate Director, Policy & State Government Affairs
- Panel discussions
- Exhibit Hall - Featuring nursing schools, potential employers and vendors
- Awards Luncheon - Honoring leaders in nursing and the community
- Poster Abstracts
- ANA\C Business Meetings include: Open Board Meeting, Bylaws Hearing and General Assembly, and much more!
Submit an Abstract for the Conference Poster Session
Interested in submitting an abstract?
Submit your abstract today and share your knowledge and best practices. Deadline extended: Feb. 24, 2020.
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Nominate a Colleague for an ANA\C Award
Honor a nursing colleague! Nominate a Registered Nurse for an ANA\C award. Award Nomination deadline: February 21, 2020.
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Exhibitor and Sponsorship Opportunities
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ANA\California is traveling to Fresno, CA to hear from nurses in your region on issues impacting you, your patients, and your communities. Nurses from Fresno, Madera, Merced, Mariposa, Kings, and Tulare counties are invited to join this free event to tell their stories and share concerns so that ANA\California can continue to advocate for what matters to you most.
This is an opportunity to network with our Officers, Directors, Executive Director, and Lobbyist to discuss their work and plans for the future of nursing in California. Light refreshments will be provided. This event is free to attend.
Register to attend for free.
Last week ANA\C Lobbyist extraordinaire Roxanne Gould and Members Annie Tat and Jennifer DeLugach attended the CA Women Lead legislative Reception, where they honored 55 fierce and fearless women serving as Chief of Staff in the California State Legislature. These incredible leaders are not only breaking ground for women in the workplace, they are 24/7 stewards of the legislation that drives progress forward in the Golden State.
Our big thanks to Roxanne for going above-and-beyond her lobbyist duties, and big thanks also to Annie and Jennifer proudly representing nurses and ANA\C.
My name is Kalayvanie Naidoo and I am a student at the University of Phoenix working on a PhD nursing degree. I am conducting data collection for my research study, entitled A Causal-Comparative Study of Nursing Leadership in Professional Nurses’ Associations (PNAs). The purpose of this research study is to compare and measure the leadership characteristics of leaders and non-leaders in professional nurses’ associations (PNAs). I believe the benefit of your participation will develop new knowledge on the leadership characteristics of non-leaders and expand upon the existing knowledge of leaders.
This research study requires you to complete the Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire (MLQ), which will take approximately 15 to 20 minutes, and a 3-minute demographic survey. The surveys are programmed into a SurveyMonkey for easy access and flow. You are required to click on the weblink below to access the informed consent and surveys. You may accept or not accept the informed consent. If you do not accept the informed consent you will be exited away from the study. You must accept informed consent to participate in the proposed study. If you accept the informed consent, then you will proceed onto the study surveys. Your personal identifiers will not be shared with the researcher or any parts of the study to maintain your anonymity. Participation is voluntary and there will be no penalty or loss of benefits for not participating in the study.
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- Membership Experience Task Force
- Homelessness and Social Determinants of Health Task force
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BRN Executive Officer Dr. Morris has resigned, effective February 14, 2020. The Administrative Committee is working with the Department of Consumer Affairs to recruit the next EO. Until then, Assistant Executive Officer Evon Lenerd has been assigned to assume the responsibilities of the Executive Officer.
April 17 from 12 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. in Sacramento
It's been one year since the California Future Health Workforce Commission released its 2019 report, with 27 detailed recommendations for building the health workforce California needs. We hope you'll save the date on April 17 to celebrate the progress of the Commission's ideas—and to help identify the next steps the state must take to ensure every community has the right health workers, with the right skills, in the right places.
June 3-5, 2020
Early-Bird Registration is now OPEN!
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Are you ready to take another positive step in your career? At ANA, we’re here to help with our 2020 ANA Virtual Career Fair.
Join us online on March 17 from 11:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m EDT to connect with health care employers who are looking to hire you. At the ANA Virtual Career Fair, you choose which employers to interact with and engage in one-on-one chats with their representatives.
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How to Master Four Key Skills Vital to Becoming a Top-Notch Nursing Leader
Registration for this 90-minute, on-demand webinar is FREE for both ANA members and non-members. Space is limited! Individual and Group* pre-registration is required. Registration closes on May 12, 2020, at 1 pm ET.
If you are on the path of nursing leadership, don't miss this opportunity to master four key skills that will help you develop into a leader among leaders.
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Everything You Need to Know about Your Responsibilities when Your Staff is Under Investigation or Disciplinary Action by the SBON
Space is limited! Attendance is FREE for both ANA members and non-members.
Individual and Group* pre-registration is required.
Did you know that nurses at all levels of practice are substantially more likely to be investigated and disciplined by the nursing board than they are to be sued for professional malpractice?
And, licensure discipline is more consequential than lawsuits because it effects a professional's ability to continue practicing.
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You downloaded ANA’s Principles for Nurse Staffing tools to help solve your staffing issues. Now, we’d like your feedback. How have these free resources helped you?
Maybe you downloaded the infographic, or read the book, or watched the webinar. Whatever you chose, we’d like to know how you used the principles to improve staffing on your unit or in your organization.
Share your feedback and help other nurses solve their most complex staffing issues, too!
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| || EDUCATIONAL EVENTS & RESEARCH|
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
DEADLINE: MAR. 1, 2020
The Center for Health Policy and Media Engagement at the George Washington University School of Nursing invites applicants for our Fellowship in Health Policy and Media.
Applications are invited from individuals with a record of accomplishment in education, practice, leadership or policy and a demonstrated interest in health policy. Each Fellow will develop and implement a project focusing on a specific policy area relevant to nursing. Priority will be given to projects that involve the creative use of media to deliver policy information.
This unpaid, non-residential Fellowship is one year in length. Fellows will travel to Washington, D.C. at least once during the year to meet with Center faculty and staff; other work and contact will be conducted through distance technology.
Click here to apply.
Register before February 7 to get the Early-Bird Special!
The ANCC Pathway to Excellence Conference® will be taking place May 13-15, in beautiful West Palm Beach, FL. It’s already shaping up to be a great program with an exciting variety of events.
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NNEC registration is now open!
Los Angeles, California
March 26-27, 2020
Calling all NPD practitioners, nursing leaders, nurse educators, and nurses or students with a focus on NPD or education! You’re invited to join a very special preconference event at this year’s AONL 2020 conference.
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For Shanna Jackson, the best part of the WCU online program is the flexibility. She has two little boys and works full-time, so being able to attend her kids' baseball games, work and go to school at the same time gave her the flexibility needed to earn her MSN, Family Nurse Practitioner degree. Read more to learn how!
| || NEWS FROM AROUND THE INDUSTRY|
In its Fiscal Year 2021 budget, released Feb. 10, the Trump administration proposes steep cuts to and the elimination of essential nursing programs under the Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Education.
Under the new budget, the majority of Title VIII Nursing Workforce Development Programs would be eliminated, with the exception of the Nurse Corps program, which would receive $83.135 million. Additionally, the National Institutes of Health would face a nearly $3 billion proposed cut. This includes cutting the National Institute of Nursing Research's budget down to $156.804 million in FY 2021. These reduced funding levels are about a nine percent overall cut to HHS.
As an outbreak of a novel coronavirus has swept through Hubei province, China, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been preparing for its worst case scenario — a widespread outbreak of illnesses in the United States.
"Right now we're in an aggressive containment mode," CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield told CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta in an interview on Feb. 13.
"We don't know a lot about this virus," he said. "This virus is probably with us beyond this season, beyond this year, and I think eventually the virus will find a foothold and we will get community-based transmission."
The response to the 2019 measles outbreaks in the United States cost roughly $42 million, based on estimates outlined in a recent study published in Clinical Infectious Diseases, although researchers said this is likely an underestimate.
By Lisa Mulcahy
As a physician or administrator, it's crucial that you keep patient transactions and data easily shareable and totally secure. Blockchain technology may be just the right way for your organization to do it. In a blockchain system, data is linked in a segmented system that makes for ease of sharing, eliminates the risk of inaccurate data being kept in a patient ledger, and automatically distributes to a set network of recipients. Blockchain is currently being used most in healthcare payment applications. However, as it matures further, it is being adapted for virtually every healthcare need.
An MSN in Adult-Gerontology provides you with employment opportunities across the healthcare spectrum. Find out why the University of Cincinnati Online Grad Nursing programs are ranked #10 by U.S. News & World Report.
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The pressures on new graduate nurses to transition from education to practice are often too much to take, causing RNs meant to fuel nursing’s workforce pipeline in the coming decades to question their career choice.
One thing that can ease the transition and help retain new nurses is nurse precepting, said Solimar Figueroa, PhD, RN, MHA, P-PCA, a clinical collaborator for the American Academy for Preceptor Advancement.
The FDA requested that the manufacturer of the serotonin receptor agonist lorcaserin voluntarily withdraw the weight-loss drug from the U.S. market because of clinical trial data that show an increased occurrence of cancer, according to an agency alert issued Feb. 13.
The manufacturer, Eisai, has submitted a request to voluntarily withdraw lorcaserin, according to the FDA.
If you are sometimes less than careful with your prescription medications and have young kids at home, a new study shows how easily tragedies can occur.
Researchers found that young children getting into medicines leads to about 400,000 poison center calls and 50,000 emergency department visits in the United States each year.
In more than half of these cases, medications have been removed from child-resistant containers by an adult, according to the analysis of calls to five poison control centers.
McMaster University via ScienceDaily
A new group of antibiotics with a unique approach to attacking bacteria has been discovered, making it a promising clinical candidate in the fight against antimicrobial resistance.
The newly-found corbomycin and the lesser-known complestatin have a never-before-seen way to kill bacteria, which is achieved by blocking the function of the bacterial cell wall. The discovery comes from a family of antibiotics called glycopeptides that are produced by soil bacteria.
Whether you’re seeking advanced clinical roles or a new position as an educator or researcher, the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis prepares you to embrace new opportunities. Our dedicated faculty partner with you and invest in your success. Learn more at nursing.ucdavis.edu/AdvanceYourCareer.
At NorthBay Healthcare, we are devoted to creating an environment that nurtures and nourishes a commitment to compassionate care, and just as importantly, allows you to flourish. So join us, and be part of an incredible community of dedicated professionals who share the same passion to provide exceptional patient care.
From 2002 to 2015, there was a constant increase in the incidence of type 1 and type 2 diabetes among youth, according to research published in the Feb. 14 issue of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.
Chronic wounds affect millions of Americans annually. These wounds include painful ulcers on the foot, leg and beyond. People with diabetes, who have enough on their plate, often suffer from these types of wounds. Treating these wounds properly so they will heal can be difficult, but a new type of "smart bandage" might be able to help solve this problem.
Texas Heart Institute via Medical Xpress
Researchers at Texas Heart Institute and UCLA crossed a significant milestone in the development of wirelessly powered, leadless pacemakers. In an article in the Nature Research journal Scientific Reports, the team used their innovative pacing system to reveal the ability to provide synchronized biventricular pacing to a human-sized heart in a preclinical research model.
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