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  • UCLA Announces Alumni of the Year?Bonnie Faherty and her husband
    Our very own Bonnie Faherty has received this recognition. She is an alum of UCLA School of Nursing who exemplifies the excellence associated with the School of Nursing, she has made outstanding achievements in her nursing professional career, and she is a powerful advocate for nurses, and a loyal donor to the SON.




  • ANA Seeks Comments by April 30:
    ANA's Workplace Violence and Incivility Professional Issues Panel is requesting public comment on the Draft Position Statement: Incivility, Bullying and Workplace Violence. The comment period is open until 5 pm ET on April 30. Access the public comment page from here.


  • What is the CA BRN Diversion Program?

    The Board of Registered Nursing (BRN)  has the primary responsibility of licensing and regulating registered nurses in California. The BRN's responsibilities come from the Nursing Practice Act, which is composed of California statutes that give the BRN, among other functions, the authority to manage a Diversion Program for registered nurses.

    The Diversion Program is a voluntary, confidential program for registered nurses whose practice may be impaired due to Substance Abuse Disorder and/or mental illness.

    Print the brochure and share with your nurse colleagues.


  • Public Ranks Nurses Most Ethical, Honest Profession 13th year straight: Visit https://www.facebook.com/AmericanNursesAssociation
    to see the badge created.




  • Updated Brochures from ANA:
    ANA is offering two brochures. One is entitled Imagine A Nation without Nurses and the other is IOM Recommendation for Change in Nurse Workforce.


  • Ebola Information:
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  • Tips for Using Social Media:
    ANA has provided guidelines for using social media. We all need to review this now and to make sure we are managing this powerful communication tool properly. To view the Guidelines go to http://www.nursingworld.org