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Nurses: Have You Made Your Voice Heard?
Jan 22, 2020
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Nurses: Have You Made Your Voice Heard?

Nurses: Have You Made Your Voice Heard?

A message from INA partner, NursesTakeDC:
Nurses comment every day on social media about staffing issues. We wish they’d take it one step further. Words matter -but action is your true power.
One major action is happening right now in Illinois and New York – nurses pay attention! Professor Linda Aiken has invited APRN, RN and LPN to participate in a study survey on the quality of nurse staffing in Illinois and New York. Did you complete it?
The email survey is from the National Council on State Boards of Nursing and the respective state’s Board of Nursing–IDFPR in Illinois and NYSEOP in New York. Make sure you search your email folders, including your spam folder, for NCSBN. The survey link was sent to the email you used when you renewed your nursing license. Please do this and be a part of historic evidenced-based research on the quality of nurse staffing in Illinois and New York.
Read more about NursesTakeDC’s efforts to establish safe staffing legislation (and how you can help!) here.

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