• Nurses Month Proclamations

    It is OFFICIALLY Nurses Month The Governor of Wisconsin, along with mayors of some of the largest cities in Wisconsin have proclaimed May “Nurses Month”.  To view the proclamations, please click on each of the links below. State of Wisconsin proclamation City of Madison proclamation City of Kenosha proclamation City of Appleton proclamation City of […]

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  • 2021 Nurses Month Discounts for Nurses

    Nurses Month is time to honor nurses.  So many companies have heeded this call and are saying thank you by offering discounts to nurses (and other medical professionals).  This list is accurate as of May 5th, 2021. Here is a small list of discounts that nurses can receive. Adidas: 30% off for all medical professionals, including nurses. […]

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  • Self-Care Checklist

    Self-Care Is Mandated by the ANA Code of Ethics The fifth provision of the American Nurses Association’s Code of Ethics states that the moral respect that nurses extend to all human beings “extends to oneself as well: the same duties that we owe to others we owe to ourselves.” Reflect and assess the following areas […]

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  • Immediately Address the Critical Shortage of Nurse Faculty

    Administrators of Nursing Education of Wisconsin (ANES), representing all of the nursing programs in Wisconsin, and the Wisconsin Nurses Association (WNA), representing all of Wisconsin’s registered nurses, are asking for $10 million in state funding to support a two-pronged solution to address the present and future nurse faculty shortage in Wisconsin. The COVID-19 pandemic has […]

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  • Help WNA Advocate For You!

    WNA needs your support to help achieve its legislative priorities – priorities that affect you, your practice, and your patients.  Please contribute today so we can advance nursing now and influence tomorrow! What is our goal? To raise $5,000 for WNA’s work to advocate for you and all nurses in Wisconsin What is our deadline? Friday, April 16 Why […]

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  • Fraud Calls Targeting the Medical Sector in Wisconsin, Nationwide

    Since December 2020 the Wisconsin Statewide Intelligence Center has received four reports of medical providers in Wisconsin receiving fraudulent phone calls claiming to originate with the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS), and / or the Wisconsin Nurses Association (WNA). Fortunately, in each case the call recipients were skeptical of the calls, eventually […]

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  • Request for Continuation of Governor Evers Most Recent Face Masking Order to Support

    OurExecutive Director, Gina Dennik-Champion, has provided the below letter to the leaders of the Wisconsin State Senate and Wisconsin State Assembly in support of the current Masking Order #1. if you would like a printable version of this communication, please click here. State Senator Chris Kapenga, State Senate President Room 220 South State Capitol PO […]

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  • Why Do We Support Legislators from Both Parties?

    As a state-wide association we frequently receive questions on why we endorse the legislators that we do.  One role of the Wisconsin Nurses Association is to advocate for ALL nurses and to educate our state legislators on the myriad topics that affect Wisconsin Nurses. Our Political Action Committee, WINPAC, is the political action arm of […]

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  • Our Condolences for the Family of WNA President Pamela Macari Sanberg

    It is with a sad heart that we want to share that after a short battle with cancer, WNA President Pamela Macari Sanberg, passed away yesterday at Hospice House/Hospice Alliance in Pleasant Prairie, WI.  We will be forever grateful for her years of service to WNA and the Nurses Foundation of Wisconsin; she will be […]

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  • Public Hearing on AB 1 – Assembly Republication COVID Relief Package

    The below written testimony was provided in advance of the Wisconsin Assembly meeting to discuss the Assembly Republican COVID-19 package. The public hearing was held on Tuesday, January 5th at 11:00 am.  To obtain a printable PDF of the written testimony, please click here. On behalf of the Wisconsin Nurses Association (WNA) I want to […]

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