ANA and Public Health Nursing November, 2006

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ANA and Public Health Nursing November, 2006 Rita Munley Gallagher, PhD, RN Senior Policy Fellow American Nurses Association

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ANA speaks to the interests of the country's 2.9 million enlisted nurture through its 54 constituent state and regional affiliations and 16 authoritative offshoots. More than 25 of ANA's constituent part affiliations serve as aggregate haggling operators for medical caretakers.

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ANA Initiatives

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2006 ANA HOD Actions Elected Rebecca M. Patton, MSN, RN, CNOR, President Passed measures which: Call for RNs to work intimately with government offices and expert associations to guarantee a more planned and viable reaction to common fiascos, for example, sea tempests Advocate for a sufficient supply of flu immunization and a very much organized arrangement to disperse it evenhandedly if a flu pandemic happens Launch an instructive crusade to expand the quantity of purchasers, including RNs, who get occasional flu inoculations every year Build on ANA's battle to diminish poisonous chemicals in social insurance and regular items by substituting more secure choices

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CNPE is… … a composed, deliberative body which unites the different encounters and points of view of ANA individuals. The Congress concentrates on building up nursing's way to deal with rising patterns inside the financial, political and rehearse circles of the social insurance industry by distinguishing issues and prescribing arrangement contrasting options to the Board of Directors.

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Kathleen M. White, PhD, RN, CNAA, BC, Chair Karen Ballard, MA, RN, Vice Chair Esther Acree, , RN, MSN, SpCl NSG, BC-FNP Susan A. Albrecht, PhD, RN, FAAN Carolyn Baird, MBA, Med, RNC (INSA) Mary L. Behrens, RN, MSW, FNP-C Carola M. Bruflat, RNC, MSN, WHNP/FNP (AWHONN) Virginia Burggraf, DNS, RN, FAAN Sally Burrows-Hudson, MS RN CNN (ANNA) Myra C. Carmon, EdD, CPNP,RN Thomas Ray Coe, RN, MS, CNAA, FACHE Stephanie Davis Burnett, MSN, RN, FNP, CRRN (ARN) John F. Dixon, MSN, RN, CAN, B (AACN-West) Emma L. Doherty, MA, RN William R. Donovan, MA, RN Bette M. Ferree, MSN, RN, APRN, BC Susan Foster, MSN, APRN Irmatrude Grant, MS, RN Janet Y. Harris, RN, MSN, CNAA , BC Kimberly A. Hickey, MSN, APRN, BC Debra Hobbins, MSN, APRN Patricia Leo Holloman, BSN, RN, CNOR Bette K. Idemoto, PhD, RN, CCRN, CS Sandra Gracia Jones, PhD, ARNP, CS, FAAN Beverly Jorgenson, RNC, MSN, NNP David M. Keepnews, PhD, JD, RN, FAAN Patricia L. Keller, MSN, RN,BC Patrick E. Kenny, EdD, RN, ACRN, CAN, BC, C (ANAC) Jane Kirschling, DNS (AACN-East) Pamela A. Kulbok, DNSc, APRN, BC Patricia Kunz Howard, PhD, RN, CEN (ENA) Kathleen G. Lawrence, MSN, RN, CWOCN (WOCN) Carla A. B. Lee, PhD, ARNP, BC, FAAN Karen Leone-Natale, BSN, RN Lori Lioce, MSN, RN Jennifer H. Matthews, PhD, APRN , BC Peter T. Mitchell, RN, CNP, MSN Pamela Sue Neal, MSN-NA, RN, C-FNP Catherine E. Neuman, MSH, RN, CNAP Anne Mabe Newman, DSN, APRN, BC Ann M. O'Sullivan, RN, MSN, CAN Jackie R. Pfeifer, RN, BSN, CCRN-CSC Theresa Ann Posani, MS, RN, CNS Elizabeth Poster, PhD, RN, FAAN (APNA) Robin R. Potter-Kimball, RN, MS, CNS, BC Cheryl-Ann Resha, MSN, EdD, RN (NASN) Linda Riazi-Kermani, BSN, RN, CEN Pauline F. Robitaille, RN, MSN, CNOR (AORN) Patricia Schlosser, RN Cheryl K. Schmidt, PhD, RN Sue Sendelbach, PhD, RN, CCNS (NACNS) Nancy Shirley, PhD, RN Joanne Sikkema, MSN, ARNP (PCNA) Karen J. Stanley, RN, MSN, AOCN, FAAN (ONS) Jeanne Surdo, RN, BSN, MA Brian Thorson, MA, CRNA (AANA) LaTonia Denise Wright, JD, RN Mary Mason Wyckoff, MSN, APRN, BC , CCNS Sara A. McCumber, APRN,BC (ANCC) Maureen Ann Nalle, PhD (CAN) Jean Ross, RN (UAN) CNPE Members and Liaisons

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CNPE Responsibilities

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A compact articulation of the moral obligations and commitments of each medical attendant The calling's nonnegotiable moral standard. Nursing's dedication to society.

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Nursing's Relationship with society Contributions to human services Obligation to beneficiaries of care

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Addresses progressed and general clinical practice Discusses the extent of practice Delineates hone guidelines and expert execution principles and their estimation criteria.

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Addresses progressed and overall population Health Nursing hone Discusses the extent of PHN practice Delineates PHN hone gauges and expert execution norms and their estimation criteria.

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Standards Workgroup Joy F. Reed, EdD, RN, Chairperson Betty Bekemeier, MSN, MPH, RN Kaye Bender, PhD, RN, FAAN M. Beth Benedict, DrPH, JD, RN Ellen L. Connect, BS, MT, RN Stephanie Chalupka, EdD, APRN,BC, FAAOHN Mary Pat Couig, MPH, RN, FAAN Philip A. Greiner, DNSc, RN Glenda Kelly, MSN, RN Joan Kub, PhD, APRN, BC Pamela A. Kulbok, DNSc Deorah S. Martz, BSN, RN

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CNPE Pending Activities Environmental Health Principles Posted for remarks on HIV/AIDS Position Statements Posted for input on Public Health Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice Approved by the Congress on Nursing Practice and Economics 10/24/06 In press with

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Contact Information Nancy Shirley, PhD, RN Associate Professor and RN to BSN Program Chair School of Nursing Creighton University 2500 California Plaza Omaha, NE 68178 PH: 402-280-2054 FX: 402-280-2045 EM:

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Contact Information Rita Munley Gallagher, PhD, RN Senior Policy Fellow American Nurses Association Department of Nursing Practice and Policy 8515 Georgia Avenue, Suite 400 Silver Spring, MD 20910 PH: 301-628-5062 FX: 240-363-4919 EM:

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ANA and Public Health Nursing November, 2006 Rita Munley Gallagher, PhD, RN Senior Policy Fellow American Nurses Association