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2020 Legislative Session Week 4

What a week! WSNA nurses were at the Capitol this week – advocating for nursing priorities and working families. On Thursday, nurses from around the state joined WSNA’s Lobby Day and spoke with their legislators on our priority issues.

FAQ on Novel Coronavirus (02/04/20)

Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that usually only cause mild respiratory disease, like the common cold. Symptoms include fever, cough, runny nose, headache, sore throat, and general feeling of illness. At this time, it is has not reached epidemic or pandemic status.

Nurses Climate Challenge: Educating 50,000 Health Professionals by 2022

To activate nurses, the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments and Health Care Without Harm launched the Nurses Climate Challenge in May 2018, a national campaign to educate health professionals on climate and health. We are aiming to educate 50,000 health professionals by 2022.

You're thinking of retiring...

Nurses about to enter into a new chapter of their life­ — retirement — often have questions about options for licensure renewal and continuing their membership in WSNA.

What does professional activism look like?

Professional activism is the engagement of skilled and competent professionals utilizing strategic campaigning to achieve a goal. In nursing, it is nurses coming together to assess a need and identify the problem, design and implement a plan to address the issue, evaluate that plan, and repeat until the problem is solved.





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