WNA & Nursing News

  • WINPAC Virtual Town Hall – Meet the Nurse Candidates!

    This year we have an opportunity to support and elect three nurses that are running for the State Assembly.  WINPAC is the political action arm of the Wisconsin Nurses Association. The WINPAC Board of Trustees would like for you to meet the nurse candidates to learn about why they are running and what they would […]

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  • Nurse Resiliency – How to Manage in Prolonged Crisis Situation

    Announcing an important FREE webinar for all nurses! Nurse Resiliency – How to Manage in Prolonged Crisis Situation Friday, June 26, 2020 12:00 – 1:00 PM PLEASE NOTE that this webinar is a REPEAT PERFORMANCE of the webinar offered on May 27, 2020. If you missed it the first time around or you would like […]

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  • Black Lives Matter

    When Someone says, “I Can’t Breathe” Nurses React!

    The Wisconsin Nurses Association supports deliberate dialogue and active listening in order to promote changes to the health and safety in all Wisconsin Communities. The nurse practices with compassion and respect for the inherent dignity, worth, and unique attributes of every person.  Provision 1, American Nurses Association Code of Ethics for Nurses, 2015. To see […]

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  • COVID-19 Clinical Care – Current Wisdom and Future Challenges webinar

    Register now to sign up for the COVID-19 Clinical Care – Current Wisdom and Future Challenges Webinar to be held on Thursday, May 21st from 7:00 – 8:15 pm. FREE FOR MEMBERS! The WNA COVID-19 Response Team has developed this webinar in honor of Nurses Month to provide the very latest information on: Treatment for […]

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  • WNA Town Hall Announcement

    Register Now for WNA’s Town Hall Meeting Monday, May 18, 2020 from 7:00 – 8:00 pm. As a WNA member you were invited to participate in a survey regarding the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on your practice. Please join us as you learn about the results and dialogue with your colleagues on WNA’s action […]

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  • COVID-19 Reminders

    With the ruling from the Wisconsin Supreme Court late Wednesday and the ensuing differences between county to county and even city to city, we wanted to provide some reminders that you may want to share with your family, neighbors and patients. WNA wants you to remain safe and healthy! Please continue with social distancing in […]

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  • Self Care Ideas for Nurses

    As we have been discussing for the last week, self care for nurses is very important.  Self care is so important it is in the American Nurses Association Code of Ethics for Nurses.  Provision five in the ANA Code of Ethics reads “The nurse owes the same duties to self as to others, including the […]

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  • Thank a Nurse

    As we continue to celebrate Nurses Month, we would like to provide everyone the opportunity to thank a nurse.  Feel free to write a thank you that is generic to all nurses or to very specific nurses.  Leave your comments below (the comment box can be found under suggested posts), on our Facebook page or […]

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  • Self Care Assessment

    Nurse self-care is vital.  From an ANA report in 2016, which is still true today “Nurses give the best care to patients when they are operating at their own peak wellness.” Self-care activities are actions that we can do in order to provide for our physical and mental well-being. Self-care is incredibly important for nurses. […]

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  • Nurses Month 2020

    During Nurses Month, the WNA Board and Staff of the Wisconsin Nurses Association would like to extend a special thanks to you, our nurses, as you continue to provide the highest level of quality care to your patients. You deserve special recognition for your efforts to excel, lead, and innovate every day! You make a […]

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