Campaign for Action Update: June 23, 2015

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Shout-Outs

Colorado Gives Boost to Rural Nurses

Plaudits from Campaign for Action diversity consultant Barbara Nichols to the Colorado Action Coalition for earning a $150,000 grant from the Daniel and Janet Mordecai Foundation to recruit 10 rural nurses into APRN programs.  Each nurse will receive a $10,000 scholarship from the local foundation. Congratulations to Karren Kowalski, Ingrid Johnson and the entire Action Coalition for making it happen.

Arkansas Proud of Its 40 Under 40

Leadership, service, and contributions: That is what emerging nurse leaders provide, and the Arkansas Action Coalition congratulates its inaugural 40 Under 40 nurses selected for those qualities and more. The honorees “have shown a commitment for excellence …and a willingness to advance nursing in Arkansas,” said Claudia Beverly, PhD, RN, co-lead for the Arkansas Action Coalition and professor and director of the Hartford Center for Geriatric Nursing Excellence in the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Nursing. See the honoree list here.

Campaign Advocates Are Among 2015 Fellows in Academy of Nursing Education

The Center to Champion Nursing in America (CCNA) salutes Kenya Beard and Donna Meyer for being selected as two of 22 new fellows at the National League for Nursing’s prestigious Academy of Nursing Education. Kenya, EdD, CNE, GNP-BC, NP-C, ACNP-BC, is on the steering committee of the New York State Action Coalition and chairs the subcommittee on diversity; she is associate vice president for curriculum and instruction at Jersey College. Donna, MSN, RN, is CEO of the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing and has worked closely with CCNA to promote the goal of academic progression in nursing. Read more about the 2015  Academy of Nursing Education fellows.

See all shout-outs from the Campaign for Action here.

Engaging Nursing Workforce Centers

Action Coalitions engage with over 1,500 stakeholders in organizations and businesses inside and outside of nursing to help sustain their efforts.  One valuable category of stakeholders is nursing workforce centers, which keep a watchful eye on the nation’s supply of nurses to assure we have sufficient numbers to meet the population’s needs.

Learn more about this stakeholder group.

Funding, Tools, and Other Opportunities

Florida Nurses: Call for Applications – A Statewide Nursing Leadership Development Program

The Florida Blue Foundation in partnership with the Florida Action Coalition seeks grant proposals to advance the goals and objectives of the Florida Action Coalition through the creation of a Statewide Nursing Leadership Development Program.

Deadline to submit a proposal is August 14.

Read about the program.
Apply for the Florida Statewide Nursing Leadership Development Program.

Questions should be directed to:
Phone: 800-477-3736, ext. 63215
Email: floridabluefoundation@floridablue.com
Mail: Florida Blue Foundation
4800 Deerwood Campus Parkway, DCC 3-4
Jacksonville, FL 32246

Strong Communications Can Help Your Action Coalition!

Your Action Coalition is doing engaging work: May we help you promote it? Do you need to get the word out about an event, or want help creating materials? What about support in setting up a website to share your accomplishments and get others involved? We can help! The Campaign for Action Communications Team (CFACT) can assist with your news releases, promotional materials, and more, through September. Please email CFACT@iqsolutions.com and let us know what we can do for you.

Note: Action Coalitions working on their State Implementation Program (SIP) grant announcements should continue to use the process specified by the Campaign for materials review, and Academic Progression in Nursing (APIN) projects should continue using existing resources to support their communications work.

Institute of Medicine Seeking Input on Landmark Report
It’s been five years since the landmark Future of Nursing report was published: How has it changed what you do? The Institute of Medicine is seeking answers, and its evaluation committee needs to hear from you. Write to FONimpact@nas.edu about what the report has meant to you and others, and your activities and accomplishments (big and small) related to the report’s eight recommendations. The committee will complete its work by late August, so please weigh in by the end of July.

Visit the IOM committee page for more information about submitting materials.

If you have any Campaign for Action-related questions, please contact Winifred Quinn, PhD, advocacy and consumer affairs director for CCNA, at wquinn@aarp.org.
Leadership Programs to Build a Culture of Health

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is developing four new leadership programs that reflect the vision to work with others to build a national Culture of Health. The four programs’ working titles are:

  • RWJF Diversity in Health Policy Research
  • RWJF Interdisciplinary Research Leaders
  • RWJF Multisector Leaders for Health
  • RWJF New Clinical Scholars

Applicants may submit proposals for more than one program; each proposal will be considered separately.

Applications are now available. Applications are due by July 29 at 3:00 p.m. ET.

For more information, please go  here.

Campaign Pillars

Leveraging Nursing Leadership

July 7- 8 Nurses on Boards Coalition Meeting

The Nurses on Boards Coalition (NOBC) will convene at AARP’s National Office on Tuesday, July 7th and Wednesday, July 8th to monitor the progress of the NOBC’s seven work groups, discuss the budget, website, staffing, organizational structure, communications, and critical operational issues going forward. If you are interested in joining the NOBC or have any questions, please contact Natalie Moulding at nmoulding@aarp.org.
Health Resources and Services Administration Seeking Members for Advisory Council

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is seeking at least 16 new members for its National Advisory Council on Nurse Education and Practice. This panel provides advice and recommendations to the secretary of Health and Human Services, as well as Congress, about general regulations and policy matters arising in the administration of Title VIII, including the range of issues relating to the nurse workforce, education, and practice improvement.

Nominations are due to HRSA on or before July 15. Please submit the nominations by email to nacnep@hrsa.gov or by mail to:
Kristen Hansen
Division of Nursing and Public Health, Bureau of Health Workforce
Health Resources and Administration
Parklawn Building
Room 9-89
5600 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20857

Read the call for nominations here.

Upcoming Webinars

CCNA Webinars

The Center to Champion Nursing in America continues to host a series of technical assistance webinars and teleconferences on a variety of topics. Invitations with registration and login information for webinars will be sent separately. To ensure that you receive webinar invitations, please go to http://campaignforaction.org/email-registration/, enter your information, and select the publications you wish to receive.

Wisconsin Center for Nursing Diversity Toolkit for Recruitment and Retention of Minority Nursing Students

Date: Wednesday, June 24
Time: 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. ET

Presenters: Barbara Nichols, DNSc (honorary), MS, RN, FAAN – CCNA Diversity Consultant & Wisconsin SIP Project Coordinator; Gloria V. Hawkins, PhD – Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director, University of Wisconsin – Madison; Maichou Lor, RN, MS, PhD Candidate, University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing.

With the dramatic increase in the diversity of the U.S. population, the nursing profession needs new strategies to better deliver health care. Raising the number of minorities in the workforce to address the changing demographics of patients requires intentional recruitment and retention practices.

Objectives:

  1. Describe evidence-based recruitment and retention strategies of underrepresented students.
  2. Identify health outcomes challenges as a result of historic and ongoing, insufficient representation of minority students.
  3. Promote resources for Action Coalition utilization.

Register for the webinar here.


Webinars of Interest (non-CCNA)

Archived CCNA Webinars:
Creating Coalition Capacity via Membership 2
View a summary

Mentorship and Diversity in Nursing Education, Practice and Leadership
View a summary

Creating Coalition Capacity via Membership
View a summary 

Wisconsin’s Diversity Assessment Tool (WI-DAT)
View a summary

Putting Strategy into Action for Seamless Academic Progression

Orientation of New Coalition Leaders: How, Why, What? of Coalition Leadership
View a summary

Using Data Driven Communication to Support Top of License Practice
View a summary

Using the American Community Survey to Describe the Registered Nurse Workforce

View a summary

What Makes an Effective Coalition: Determining Your Coalition Member Needs
View a summary 

Opportunities From Recent Weekly Updates:

AARP Collecting Stories for I Heart Caregivers

8th Annual Midwest Interprofessional Practice, Education, and Research Center Conference: Strategies for the Application of Successful Models and Processes

September 17-18, 2015 | Grand Rapids, Mich.

Campaign for Action Update: June 16, 2015

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Shout-Outs

Does your Action Coalition or someone in it deserve recognition? Send shout-out suggestions to Aidan McCallion at amccallion@aarp.org.

Montana in the News

Congratulations to the Montana Action Coalition for its nursing education conference last week, which was featured on two local television stations. The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action sends compliments to the coalition and Casey Blumenthal, vice president of the Montana Hospital Association and co-lead of the Montana Action Coalition, who spoke about the importance of nursing education on both KRTV and KTVH.

See all shout-outs from the Campaign for Action here.

Graduate Nurse Education Pilot Improving Access to Quality Care

Health care consumers are more likely to find highly qualified clinicians because of a provision in the Affordable Care Act that authorized Medicare – for the first time – to pay for graduate nurse education. That’s the finding at five sites studied in a new report by the Public Policy Institute at AARP, which looked closely at medical centers in Chicago, Durham, N.C., Houston, Philadelphia, and Scottsdale, Ariz.

Read “Improving Access to High-Quality Care: Medicare’s Program for Graduate Nurse Education”  co-authored by Susan Reinhard, PhD, RN, FAAN, chief strategist, Center to Champion Nursing in America and CCNA’s Advocacy and Consumer Affairs Director Winifred Quinn, PhD.

Funding, Tools, and Other Opportunities

Strong communications can help your Action Coalition achieve its goals, and we can help!

Your Action Coalition is doing engaging work: May we help you promote it? Do you need to get the word out about an event, or want help creating materials? What about support in setting up a website to share your accomplishments and get others involved? We can help! The Campaign for Action Communications Team (CFACT) can assist with your news releases, promotional materials, and more through September. Please email CFACT@iqsolutions.com and let us know what we can do for you.

Notes: Action Coalitions working on their State Implementation Program (SIP) grant announcements should continue to use the process specified by the Campaign  for materials review, and Academic Progression in Nursing (APIN) projects should continue using existing resources to support their communications work. 

Institute of Medicine Seeking Input on Landmark Report
It’s been five years since the landmark Future of Nursing report was published: How has it changed what you do? The Institute of Medicine is seeking answers, and its evaluation committee needs to hear from you. Write to FONimpact@nas.edu about what the report has meant to you and others, and your activities and accomplishments (big and small) related to the report’s eight recommendations. The committee will complete its work by late August, so please weigh in by the end of July.

Visit the IOM committee page for more information about submitting materials.

If you have any Campaign for Action-related questions, please contact Winifred Quinn, PhD, advocacy and consumer affairs director for CCNA, at wquinn@aarp.org.

Campaign Pillars

Advancing Education Transformation
Rapid Growth in Nurses With Baccalaureate Degrees
For the first time, the number of nurses graduating with a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN), including RN-to-BSN graduates, is higher than the number of nurses graduating with an entry-level associate’s degree (ADN). What’s more, the total number of graduates from BSN and ADN programs more than doubled in 10 years, from roughly 77,000 in 2002 to 184,000 in 2012, according to a report in Medscape.

Read more about the report.

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Health Resources and Services Administration Seeking Members for Advisory Council

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is seeking at least 16 new members for its National Advisory Council on Nurse Education and Practice. This panel provides advice and recommendations to the secretary of Health and Human Services, as well as Congress, about general regulations and policy matters arising in the administration of Title VIII, including the range of issues relating to the nurse workforce, education, and practice improvement.

Nominations are due to HRSA on or before July 15. Please submit the nominations by email to nacnep@hrsa.gov or by mail to:
Kristen Hansen
Division of Nursing and Public Health, Bureau of Health Workforce
Health Resources and Administration
Parklawn Building
Room 9-89
5600 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20857

Read the call for nominations here.

Upcoming Webinars

CCNA Webinars

The Center to Champion Nursing in America continues to host a series of technical assistance webinars and teleconferences on a variety of topics. Invitations with registration and login information for webinars will be sent separately. To ensure that you receive future webinar invitations, please go to http://campaignforaction.org/email-registration/, enter your information, and select the publications you wish to receive.

Legal Training: Winning Policy Campaigns with Non-Lobbying Funds

Date: Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Time: 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET

Action Coalitions face limits on “lobbying,” but the limits probably aren’t as restrictive as you think. This training aims to help your Action Coalition make the most of your ability to influence public policy. First, we’ll learn what is meant by lobbying: too few people understand the term, and too many people have misconceptions. Second, we’ll address strategies for stretching your non-lobbying dollars to maximize your organization’s effectiveness. Armed with this knowledge, you can plan your communications strategically to increase your ability to achieve policy goals–and you can assure potential donors their funds will be used in a savvy and legally compliant manner.

By the end of the webinar, you will:

  • Know how to maximize the Campaign’s branding for advocacy efforts.
  • Understand ways to rally the public and legislators behind your policy goals without crossing the line into “lobbying” so you can save your dollars for when they’ll have the greatest impact.
  • Gain strategies for crafting advocacy messages without violating grant restrictions.
  • Spot opportunities and pitfalls for using websites, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media. Learn the traps that could turn a seemingly harmless tweet into a direct or grassroots lobbying communication!

Register for the webinar here.

Wisconsin Center for Nursing Diversity Toolkit for Recruitment and Retention of Minority Nursing Students

Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Time: 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. ET

Presenters: Barbara Nichols, DNSc (honorary), MS, RN, FAAN — CCNA Diversity Consultant and Wisconsin SIP Project Coordinator; Gloria V. Hawkins, PhD — Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director, University of Wisconsin — Madison; Maichou Lor, RN, MS, PhD Candidate, University of Wisconsin — Madison School of Nursing.

With the dramatic increase in the diversity of the U.S. population, the nursing profession needs new strategies to better deliver health care. Raising the number of minorities in the workforce to address the changing demographics of patients requires intentional recruitment and retention practices.

Objectives:

  1. Describe evidence-based recruitment and retention strategies of underrepresented students.
  2. Identify health outcomes challenges that result from historic and ongoing insufficient representation of minority students.
  3. Promote resources for Action Coalition members to use.

Register for the webinar here.


Webinars of Interest (non-CCNA)

Archived CCNA Webinars:


Mentorship and Diversity in Nursing Education, Practice and Leadership
View a summary


Creating Coalition Capacity via Membership

View a summary  

Wisconsin’s Diversity Assessment Tool (WI-DAT)
View a summary

Putting Strategy into Action for Seamless Academic Progression
View a summary

Orientation of New Coalition Leaders, How, Why, What of Coalition Leadership
View a summary

Using Data Driven Communication to Support Top of License Practice
View a summary

Opportunities From Recent Weekly Updates:

 

Research Grantees Sought for Evidence for Action Initiative

Leadership Programs to Build a Culture of Health

AARP Collecting Stories for I Heart Caregivers

2015 National Forum of State Nursing Workforce Centers Annual Conference

June 10-12, 2015 | Denver

8th Annual Midwest Interprofessional Practice, Education, and Research Center Conference: Strategies for the Application of Successful Models and Processes

September 17-18, 2015 | Grand Rapids, Mich.

Campaign for Action Update: June 9, 2015

 

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Two Breakthrough Leaders Earn Doctorates

The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action congratulates Jake Creviston and AnnMarie Lee Walton, two of our 2014 Breakthrough Leaders in Nursing awardees, for earning their doctoral degrees. Jake received his Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from Oregon Health and Science University and AnnMarie received her PhD in nursing from the University of Utah.

See all shout-outs from the Campaign for Action here.

Action Coalitions and Engaging Stakeholders  

The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action has long urged its state Action Coalitions to engage with organizations and businesses outside of nursing to help sustain their efforts.  We’re excited to announce that as of January, the Campaign’s 51 Action Coalitions reported engagement with over 1,500 such stakeholders. Two valuable categories of stakeholders are health plans and insurers, and hospital associations. Learn about these stakeholders and gain tips on engaging them here.

Funding, Tools, and Other Opportunities

Research Grantees Sought for Evidence for Action Initiative 

To advance the Culture of Health vision, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has developed Evidence for Action: Investigator-Initiated Research to Build a Culture of Health.  The initiative is to provide individuals, organizations, communities, policymakers, and researchers with the tools to promote the vision of a healthier nation. It is intended to encourage creative, rigorous research on the impact of innovative programs, policies, and partnerships on health and well-being, and on novel approaches to measuring health determinants and outcomes. RWJF anticipates awarding approximately $2.2 million annually for at least three years, and expects to fund five to 12 grants each year for up to 30 months.

Learn more about the initiative here.

Communications Support Available

The Campaign for Action  Communications Team (CFACT) is offering communications support to Action Coalitions through September. CFACT has helped the Montana and New Jersey Action Coalitions develop new materials, written and placed guest editorials for the Texas Action Coalition, and supported the Utah Action Coalition as it organizes content for its website. Those and other kinds of communications support can be available to your Action Coalition too!

To inquire about receiving support, please email  CFACT@iqsolutions.com with information about what activities you have coming up that would benefit from communications assistance. You will receive a response within one week.

Notes: Action Coalitions working on their State Implementation Program (SIP) grant announcements should continue to use the process specified by the Campaign   for materials review, and Academic Progression in Nursing (APIN) projects should continue using existing resources to support their communications work. 

Institute of Medicine Seeking Input on Landmark Report
It’s been five years since the landmark Future of Nursing report was published: How has it changed what you do? The Institute of Medicine is seeking answers, and its evaluation committee needs to hear from you. Write to FONimpact@nas.edu about what the report has meant to you and others, and your activities and accomplishments (big and small) related to the report’s eight recommendations. The committee will complete its work by late August, so please weigh in by the end of July.

Visit the IOM committee page for more information about submitting materials.

If you have any Campaign for Action-related questions, please contact Winifred Quinn, PhD, advocacy and consumer affairs director for CCNA, at wquinn@aarp.org.
Leadership Programs to Build a Culture of Health

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is developing four new leadership programs that reflect the vision to work with others to build a national Culture of Health. The four programs’ working titles are:

  • RWJF Diversity in Health Policy Research
  • RWJF Interdisciplinary Research Leaders
  • RWJF Multisector Leaders for Health
  • RWJF New Clinical Scholars

Applicants may submit proposals for more than one program; each proposal will be considered separately.

Applications are now available. Applications are due by July 29 at 3:00 p.m. ET.

For more information, please go  here.

Campaign Pillars

Leveraging Nursing Leadership

Update on Nurses on Boards Coalition (NOBC) June 2 Conference Call

The NOBC Steering committee convened for a conference call meeting on Tuesday, June 2 from 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET. The steering committee voted on and unanimously approved

revised work group charters, the expectations for members, the process for membership, and a written application for joining the NOBC.
Health Resources and Services Administration Seeking Members for Advisory Council

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is seeking at least 16 new members for its National Advisory Council on Nurse Education and Practice. This panel provides advice and recommendations to the secretary of Health and Human Services, as well as Congress, about general regulations and policy matters arising in the administration of Title VIII, including the range of issues relating to the nurse workforce, education, and practice improvement.

Nominations are due to HRSA on or before July 15. Please submit the nominations by email to nacnep@hrsa.gov or by mail to:
Kristen Hansen
Division of Nursing and Public Health, Bureau of Health Workforce
Health Resources and Administration
Parklawn Building
Room 9-89
5600 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20857

Read the call for nominations here.

Upcoming Webinars

CCNA Webinars

The Center to Champion Nursing in America continues to host a series of technical assistance webinars and teleconferences on a variety of topics. Invitations with registration and login information for webinars will be sent separately. To ensure that you receive future webinar invitations, please go to http://campaignforaction.org/email-registration/, enter your information, and select the publications you wish to receive.

Legal Training: Winning Policy Campaigns with Non-Lobbying Funds

Date: Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Time: 1:00 – 2:00 pm ET

Action Coalitions face limits on their “lobbying,” but those limits probably aren’t as restrictive as you think. This training aims to help Action Coalitions maximize their ability to influence public policy. First, we’ll learn exactly what is meant by “lobbying” – and what isn’t covered by the definition. Too few people really understand the term, and too many people have misconceptions. Second, we’ll address strategies for stretching your non-lobbying dollars to maximize their organization’s effectiveness. Armed with this knowledge, you can plan your communications strategically to increase your ability to achieve policy goals – and you can assure potential donors their funds will be used in a savvy yet legally compliant manner.

By the end of the webinar, you will:

  • Know how to maximize the Campaign’s branding for lobbying efforts.
  • Understand ways to rally the public and legislators behind your policy goals without crossing the line into “lobbying” so you can save your lobbying dollars for when they’ll have the greatest impact.
  • Gain strategies for crafting advocacy messages without violating grant restrictions.
  • Spot opportunities and pitfalls for using websites, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media. Learn the traps that could turn a harmless tweet into a direct or grassroots lobbying communication!

Register for the webinar here.

Wisconsin Center for Nursing Diversity Toolkit for Recruitment and Retention of Minority Nursing Students

Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Time: 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. ET

Presenters: Barbara Nichols, DNSc (honorary), MS, RN, FAAN – CCNA Diversity Consultant & Wisconsin SIP Project Coordinator; Gloria V. Hawkins, PhD – Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director, University of Wisconsin – Madison; Maichou Lor, RN, MS, PhD Candidate, University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing.

With the dramatic increase of the diverse population of the United States, strategies are needed to critically address the landscape of the nursing profession in the delivery of healthcare. The ongoing insufficient number of minorities in the workforce to address the change in demographic of patients requires focus and intentional recruitment and retention practices.

Objectives: 

  1. Describe evidence-based recruitment and retention strategies of underrepresented students.
  2. Identify health outcomes challenges as a result of historic and ongoing, insufficient representation of minority students.
  3. Promote resources for Action Coalition utilization.

Register for the webinar here.


Webinars of Interest (non-CCNA)

Archived CCNA Webinars:
Mentorship and Diversity in Nursing Education, Practice and Leadership


Creating Coalition Capacity via Membership

View a summary  

Wisconsin’s Diversity Assessment Tool (WI-DAT)
View a summary

Putting Strategy into Action for Seamless Academic Progression

Orientation of New Coalition Leaders, How, Why, What of Coalition Leadership
View a summary

Using Data Driven Communication to Support Top of License Practice
View a summary

Using the American Community Survey to Describe the Registered Nurse Workforce

View a summary

What Makes an Effective Coalition: Determining Your Coalition Member Needs
View a summary 

Opportunities From Recent Weekly Updates:

AARP Collecting Stories for I Heart Caregivers

2015 National Forum of State Nursing Workforce Centers Annual Conference

June 10-12, 2015 | Denver

8th Annual Midwest Interprofessional Practice, Education, and Research Center Conference: Strategies for the Application of Successful Models and Processes

September 17-18, 2015 | Grand Rapids, Mich.

Campaign for Action Update: June 2, 2015

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Kansas Co-Lead Receives Nurse Practitioner Advocate Award

The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action congratulates Cynthia Teel, PhD, RN, for receiving the 2015 State Award for Excellence from the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Cynthia, professor and associate dean of graduate programs at the University of Kansas School of Nursing and co-lead of the Kansas Action Coalition, was recognized for her work as an advocate for nurse practitioners.

See all shout-outs from the Campaign for Action here.

New Campaign for Action Home Page
We are excited to announce the Campaign‘s new home page. Please visit and let us know what you think! Send your comments to Aidan at amccallion@aarp.org.

The redesigned home page makes it easier for visitors to understand what the Campaign is and does, and to navigate the site more quickly. Another improvement: we’ve added a site map to the bottom of each page.

Don’t worry, the directory of resources can still be found on the navigation bar. That’s the blue bar at the top of the page that guides you through the website; the directory is now also a part of the site map.

Funding, Tools and Other Opportunities

IOM Seeking Input on Landmark Report
It’s been five years since the landmark Future of Nursing report was published: How has it changed what you do? The Institute of Medicine is seeking answers, and its evaluation committee needs to hear from you. Write to FONimpact@nas.edu about what the report has meant to you and others, and your activities and accomplishments (big and small) related to the report’s eight recommendations. The committee will complete its work by late August, so please weigh in by the end of July.

Visit the IOM committee page for more information about submitting materials.

If you have any Campaign for Action related questions, please contact Winifred Quinn, PhD, advocacy and consumer affairs director for CCNA, at wquinn@aarp.org.
Leadership Programs to Build a Culture of Health

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is developing four new leadership programs that reflect the vision to work with others to build a national Culture of Health. The four programs’ working titles are:

  • RWJF Diversity in Health Policy Research
  • RWJF Interdisciplinary Research Leaders
  • RWJF Multisector Leaders for Health
  • RWJF New Clinical Scholars

Applicants may submit proposals for more than one program; each proposal will be considered separately.

Applications will be available on June 3. Applications are due by July 29 at 3:00 p.m. ET.

For more information, please go  here.

Campaign Pillars

Leveraging Nursing Leadership

Health Resources and Services Administration seeking members for Advisory Council

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is seeking at least 16 new members for its National Advisory Council on Nurse Education and Practice. This panel provides advice and recommendations to the Secretary of Health and Human Services, as well as Congress, around general regulations and policy matters arising in the administration of Title VIII, including the range of issues relating to the nurse workforce, education, and practice improvement.

Nominations are due to HRSA on or before July 15. Please submit the nominations by email to nacnep@hrsa.gov or by mail to:
Kristen Hansen,
Division of Nursing and Public Health, Bureau of Health Workforce
Health Resources and Administration
Parklawn Building
Room 9-89
5600 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20857

Read the call for nominations here.

Upcoming Webinars

CCNA Webinars

The Center to Champion Nursing in America continues host a series of technical assistance webinars and teleconferences on a variety of topics. Invitations with registration and login information for webinars will be sent separately. To ensure that you receive future webinar invitations, please go to http://campaignforaction.org/email-registration/, enter your information, and select the publications you wish to receive.

Creating Coalition Capacity via Membership 2

Date: Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Time: 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET

Presenters: Winifred V. Quinn, PhD – CCNA; Victoria Vinton – Nebraska Action Coalition; Nikki West – California Action Coalition.

This webinar will examine types of coalition members -focusing on individuals- and discuss how to recruit, engage, manage and retain individual coalition members. The role of coalition members will be examined in relation to achieving the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action goals. The importance of membership diversity will be discussed and examined.

Register for the webinar here.

Legal Training: Winning Policy Campaigns with Non-Lobbying Funds

Date: Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Time: 1:00 – 2:00 pm ET

Action Coalitions face limits on their “lobbying,” but those limits probably aren’t as restrictive as you think. This training aims to help Action Coalitions maximize their ability to influence public policy. First, we’ll learn exactly what is meant by “lobbying” – and what isn’t covered by the definition. Too few people really understand the term, and too many people have misconceptions. Second, we’ll address strategies for stretching your non-lobbying dollars to maximize their organization’s effectiveness. Armed with this knowledge, you can plan your communications strategically to increase your ability to achieve policy goals – and you can assure potential donors their funds will be used in a savvy yet legally compliant manner.

By the end of the webinar, you will:

  • Know how to maximize the Campaign’s branding for lobbying efforts.
  • Understand ways to rally the public and legislators behind your policy goals, without crossing the line into “lobbying” so you can save your lobbying dollars for when they’ll have the greatest impact.
  • Gain strategies for crafting advocacy messages without violating grant restrictions.
  • Spot opportunities and pitfalls for using websites, Facebook, Twitter and other social media. Learn the traps that could turn a harmless tweet into a direct or grassroots lobbying communication!

Register for the webinar here.


Webinars of Interest (non-CCNA)

Archived CCNA Webinars:
Mentorship and Diversity in Nursing Education, Practice and Leadership


Creating Coalition Capacity via Membership

View a summary  

Wisconsin’s Diversity Assessment Tool (WI-DAT)
View a summary

Putting Strategy into Action for Seamless Academic Progression

Orientation of New Coalition Leaders, How, Why, What of Coalition Leadership
View a summary

Using Data Driven Communication to Support Top of License Practice
View a summary

Using the American Community Survey to Describe the Registered Nurse Workforce

View a summary

What Makes an Effective Coalition: Determining Your Coalition Member Needs
View a summary 

 

Opportunities from Recent Weekly Updates:

AARP Collecting Stories for I Heart Caregivers

2015 National Forum of State Nursing Workforce Centers Annual Conference

June 10-12, 2015 | Denver, CO 

8th Annual Midwest Interprofessional Practice, Education, and Research Center Conference: Strategies for the Application of Successful Models and Processes

September 17-18, 2015 | Grand Rapids, MI

Campaign for Action Update: May 26, 2015

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More Moore Foundation Grant Recipients

The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action congratulates both the Hawaii State Center of Nursing, a co-lead organization of the Hawaii Action Coalition, and the  New Mexico Action Coalition, for receiving Betty Irene Moore Nursing Initiative’s Lessons in Leadership grants. The Nebraska Action Coalition also received such a grant.

See all shout-outs from the Campaign for Action here.

Funding, Tools and Other Opportunities

Leadership Programs to Build a Culture of Health

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is developing four new leadership programs that reflect the vision to work with others to build a national Culture of Health. The four programs working titles are:

  • RWJF Diversity in Health Policy Research
  • RWJF Interdisciplinary Research Leaders
  • RWJF Multisector Leaders for Health
  • RWJF New Clinical Scholars

Applicants may submit proposals for more than one program; each proposal will be considered separately.

Applications will be available on June 3.  Applications are due by July 29at 3:00 pm ET.

For more information, please go here.

IOM to Hold First Public Hearing as it Conducts Nursing Impact Study

The Institute of Medicine committee evaluating the impact of its landmark report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health , will hold a public workshop from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 28 in Washington DC.

The workshop will focus on data from and evaluation of the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action and perspectives from key stakeholders in the implementation of the Future of Nursing report recommendations. The agenda and registration for the workshop will be available on the IOM’s website by mid-May.

The workshop will be held at the Conference Center, 20 F St., NW, Washington DC.

We encourage you to attend.

View the meeting webpage here.

Communications Support Available

The Campaign for Action Communications Team (CFACT) is offering communications support to Action Coalitions during April and May. CFACT has helped the Montana and New Jersey Action Coalitions develop new materials, written and placed guest editorials for the Texas Action Coalition, and supported the Utah Action Coalition as it organizes content for its website. Those and other kinds of communications support can be available to your Action Coalition too!

To inquire about receiving support, please email CFACT@iqsolutions.com with information about what activities you have coming up that would benefit from communications assistance. You will receive a response within one week.

Notes: Action Coalitions working on their State Implementation Program grant announcements should continue to use the process specified by the Campaign for materials review, and APIN projects should continue using existing resources to support their communications work.

Campaign Pillars

Promoting Nursing Diversity

“A More Diverse Nursing Workforce”

The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action makes an appearance in the May issue of the American Journal of Nursing in an article about diversity. Co-written by Campaign authors, the article covers Campaign for Action efforts to create a more diverse nursing workforce. This is the third article in a series about the Campaign in AJN.

Read the article here.

Please see the CCNA Webinars section below for information regarding the “M entorship and Diversity in Nursing Education, Practice and Leadership” webinar.

Removing Barriers to Practice and Care

Doctoring, Without the Doctor

As Nebraska and Maryland in recent weeks joined 19 other states and the District of Columbia in passing laws allowing advanced practice nurses to practice to the full extent of their education and training, the New York Times on Monday looked at the shifting landscape around scope of practice lawas and its benefits for consumers.

Read the article here.

Upcoming Webinars

CCNA Webinars

The Center to Champion Nursing in America continues host a series of technical assistance webinars and teleconferences on a variety of topics. Invitations with registration and login information for webinars will be sent separately. To ensure that you receive future webinar invitations, please go to http://campaignforaction.org/email-registration/, enter your information, and select the publications you wish to receive.

Mentorship and Diversity in Nursing Education, Practice and Leadership
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Time: 3:00pm – 4:00pm EDT

Mentorship has been identified as a key strategy to promoting diversity in education, practice and leadership.  The webinar will describe two Mentorship models, including their content areas, currently being implemented by the Colorado Action Coalition and the Arizona Action Coalition.

Register for the webinar here.

Webinars of Interest (non-CCNA)

Creating Coalition Capacity via Membership
View a summary

Wisconsin’s Diversity Assessment Tool (WI-DAT)
View a summary

Putting Strategy into Action for Seamless Academic Progression

Orientation of New Coalition Leaders, How, Why, What of Coalition Leadership
View a summary

Using Data Driven Communication to Support Top of License Practice
View a summary

Using the American Community Survey to Describe the Registered Nurse Workforce

View a summary

What Makes an Effective Coalition: Determining Your Coalition Member Needs
View a summary

Opportunities from Recent Weekly Updates:

AARP Collecting Stories for I Heart Caregivers

2015 National Forum of State Nursing Workforce Centers Annual Conference

June 10-12, 2015 | Denver, CO 

8th Annual Midwest Interprofessional Practice, Education, and Research Center Conference: Strategies for the Application of Successful Models and Processes

September 17-18, 2015 | Grand Rapids, Michigan

We Welcome Your Comments and Contributions!

You may have noticed that we moved a few things around. Let us know what you think and share any other suggestions you have. Is there a story that you would like us to share? Let us know by emailing Aidan McCallion at amccallion@aarp.org.

Are you looking to sign up for the Weekly Update, Advancing Health Newsletter, E-Alerts, or Webinar Invitations? If so, register here!

Campaign for Action Update: May 19, 2015

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Shout-outs

Does your Action Coalition or someone in it deserve recognition? Send Shout-out suggestions to Aidan McCallion at amccallion@aarp.org.

Congratulations Nebraska!
The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action sends a shout-out to the Nebraska Action Coalition for receiving a grant through the Betty Irene Moore Nursing Initiative’s Lessons in Leadership grant program.

Kudos to Inventive Nurse
Christina Sieloff, a Montana Action Coalition member and associate professor at the Billings Campus of  Montana State University’s nursing college, sends a shout-out to a graduate student who has developed a new instrument. The graduate research of Sarah Hinton MSN, RN,  included developing and psychometrically examining a new instrument based on a leadership and management competency checklist. For more information about the instrument, please contact Sarah at snchinton@msn.com.

New York Action Co-lead makes Fox Rochester Appearance
The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action congratulates Debbie Stamps, EdD, MS, RN, chief nursing officer at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital and co-lead of the New York State Action Coalition on her appearance on Good Day Rochester, a morning show of Fox Rochester during Nurses Week. Debbie, alongside Jane McCormack, MSN, RN, chief nursing officer at Unity Hospital, spoke about the nursing profession.

Watch the clip here.

Moving Alabama Healthcare Forward
The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action also congratulates Kathleen Ladner, PhD, RN, a co-lead of the Alabama Action Coalition for placing during Nurses Week an op-ed  about her coalition’s work on a popular state news site, Al.com.

Read the op-ed here.

See all Shout Outs from the Campaign for Action here.

Check Out Our New SIP Page

Keeping track of what’s going on in the State Implementation Program just got easier. We’ve added a new webpage on CampaignforAction.org that highlights SIP states from each phase of the program, and lists the projects each state is working on.Learn about the work each SIP state is doing here.

 Funding, Tools and Other Opportunities

 Leadership Programs to Build a Culture of Health

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is developing four new leadership programs that reflect the vision to work with others to build a national Culture of Health. The four programs working titles are:

  • RWJF Diversity in Health Policy Research
  • RWJF Interdisciplinary Research Leaders
  • RWJF Multisector Leaders for Health
  • RWJF New Clinical Scholars

Applicants may submit proposals for more than one program; each proposal will be considered separately.

Applications will be available on June 3.  Applications are due by July 29at 3:00 pm ET.

For more information, please go here.

IOM to Hold First Public Hearing as it Conducts Nursing Impact Study

The Institute of Medicine committee evaluating the impact of its landmark report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, will hold a public workshop from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 28 in Washington DC.

The workshop will focus on data from and evaluation of the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action and perspectives from key stakeholders in the implementation of the Future of Nursing report recommendations. The agenda and registration for the workshop will be available on the IOM’s website by mid-May.

The workshop will be held at the Conference Center, 20 F St., NW, Washington DC.\

We encourage you to attend.

View the meeting webpage here.

Communications Support Available

The Campaign for Action Communications Team (CFACT) is offering communications support to Action Coalitions during April and May. CFACT has helped the Montana and New Jersey Action Coalitions develop new materials, written and placed guest editorials for the Texas Action Coalition, and supported the Utah Action Coalition as it organizes content for its website. Those and other kinds of communications support can be available to your Action Coalition too!

To inquire about receiving support, please email CFACT@iqsolutions.com with information about what activities you have coming up that would benefit from communications assistance. You will receive a response within one week. 

Notes: Action Coalitions working on their State Implementation Program grant announcements should continue to use the process specified by the Campaign for materials review, and APIN projects should continue using existing resources to support their communications work. 

Campaign Pillars

Advancing Education Transformation

CCNA Presents at National Council of State Boards of Nursing The Center to Champion Nursing in America and partners recently discussed regulatory implications of innovative strategies in academic progression with the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN). Pat Polansky, RN MSN, director of program development and implementation at CCNA,  Mary Sue Gorski, RN, PhD, consultant for CCNA, and Tina Gerardi, MS, RN, CAE, deputy director, Academic Progression in Nursing, American Organization of Nurse Executives, spoke May 12 to NCSBN’s Nursing Education Knowledge network group.  The network group is made up of nursing educators from across the country. The presentation included an overview of the newly proposed BSN foundation courses and new emerging models for academic progression was followed by a lively question-and-answer session before 46 participants representing over 20 states.

Promoting Nursing Diversity

Please see the CCNA Webinars section below for information regarding the “M entorship and Diversity in Nursing Education, Practice and Leadership” webinar.

Removing Barriers to Practice and Care

Duke Study: Economic Benefits of Removing Scope of Practice Restriction

A new study from a Duke University research center finds that the North Carolina economy takes an annual $430 million hit because of scope-of-practice restrictions on advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs). The study was funded by a grant from the North Carolina Nurses Association and is published on the Center for Health Policy and Inequalities Research website.

Read the highlights of the study here.

Consumers Have More Access to Care in Colorado

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has signed into law a bill that gives consumers better access to care and will help keep Advance Practice Nurses (APNs) within the state. The bill reduces the amount of supervised hours APNs need before allowing to prescribe medication. The number of supervised hours was cut from 3,600 hours to 1,000 hours.

The change takes effect on Sept. 1.

Maryland Increases Consumers Access to Care

On May 12 Maryland’s governor signed legislation that means better access to care for consumers. The bill removes a confusing mandate that required nurse practitioners work with physicians to attain licensure and practice within the state. Maryland joins 20 states and the District in modernizing scope laws so that consumers have better access to quality, affordable health care.

Read more here.

Upcoming Webinars

CCNA Webinars

The Center to Champion Nursing in America continues host a series of technical assistance webinars and teleconferences on a variety of topics. Invitations with registration and login information for webinars will be sent separately. To ensure that you receive future webinar invitations, please go to http://campaignforaction.org/email-registration/, enter your information, and select the publications you wish to receive.

Mentorship and Diversity in Nursing Education, Practice and Leadership
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Time: 3:00pm – 4:00pm EDT

Mentorship has been identified as a key strategy to promoting diversity in education, practice and leadership.  The webinar will describe two Mentorship models, including their content areas, currently being implemented by the Colorado Action Coalition and the Arizona Action Coalition.

Register for the webinar here.

Webinars of Interest (non-CCNA)

Wisconsin’s Diversity Assessment Tool (WI-DAT)
View a summary

Putting Strategy into Action for Seamless Academic Progression

Orientation of New Coalition Leaders, How, Why, What of Coalition Leadership
View a summary

Using Data Driven Communication to Support Top of License Practice
View a summary

Using the American Community Survey to Describe the Registered Nurse Workforce

View a summary

What Makes an Effective Coalition: Determining Your Coalition Member Needs
View a summary

Opportunities from Recent Weekly Updates:

AARP Collecting Stories for I Heart Caregivers

2015 National Forum of State Nursing Workforce Centers Annual Conference

June 10-12, 2015 | Denver, CO 

8th Annual Midwest Interprofessional Practice, Education, and Research Center Conference: Strategies for the Application of Successful Models and Processes

September 17-18, 2015 | Grand Rapids, Michigan

Campaign for Action Update: May 12, 2015

 

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Below are weekly Campaign for Action updates and tools for the week of May 12.

Thank You For Celebrating National Nurses Week With Us

National Nurses Week ends today, and we want to thank you for joining us in this year’s celebration! A special congratulations goes out to the many Action Coalitions who hosted screenings of The American Nurse. Check out our Facebook page  to see some photos from their events!

Over the last week, the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action released three new videos to celebrate Nurses Week and highlight the value of nurses. Filmmaker Carolyn Jones, director of The American Nurse documentary, describes her oncology nurse in the first video, and how her appreciation for that care led her down a new path in life.  The second video the special role that a hospice nurse plays with an entire family when a loved one dies. The final video features a woman who has been living with breast cancer for over a decade, her oncology nurse, and the special relationship that they developed over the course of treatment. We hope you’ll watch and share these videos and let us know what you think!

Shout-outs

Does your Action Coalition or someone in it deserve recognition? Send shout-out suggestions to Aidan McCallion at amccallion@aarp.org.

Maryland Consumers Now Have Full and Direct Access to Nurse Practitioners
The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action congratulates the Maryland Action Coalition, the Maryland Academy of Advanced Practice Clinicians (MAAPC) and the Nurse Practitioner Association of Maryland (NPAM) for their work in winning Maryland consumers more direct access to health care. Gov. Larry Hogan today signed a bill that will allow nurse practitioners in the state to practice to the full extent of their education and training. With that, Maryland joins 20 states and the District of Columbia in modernizing scope laws so consumers have better access to quality, affordable health care.
Montana’s Blumenthal Making Headlines
The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action sends a shout-out to Casey Blumenthal, co-leader of the Montana Action Coalition and vice president of MHA, an Association of Montana Health Care Providers. Casey is featured in a story  by American Sentinel University, where she graduated last year  with a doctorate of nursing practice.

Read the post here.

See all shout-outs from the Campaign for Action here
.

Funding, Tools and Other Opportunities

See the CCNA webinars section below for information about the upcoming webinar, “Creating Coalition Capacity via Membership.”

IOM to Hold First Public Hearing as it Conducts Nursing Impact Study

The Institute of Medicine committee evaluating the impact of its landmark report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, will hold a public workshop from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 28 in Washington DC.

The workshop will focus on data from and evaluation of the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action and perspectives from key stakeholders in the implementation of the Future of Nursing report recommendations. The agenda and registration for the workshop will be available on the IOM’s website by mid-May.

The workshop will be held at the Conference Center, 20 F St., NW, Washington DC.

Space is limited.

View the meeting webpage here.

 

Fundraising Webinar

Campbell & Company, the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action’s fundraising consultant, is hosting a webinar on Wednesday, May 13, titled “Communicating Your Campaign Case.”  For more information about the webinar, please see the Webinars of Interest (non-CCNA) webinar section below.

Communications Support Available

The Campaign for Action Communications Team (CFACT) is offering communications support to Action Coalitions during April and May. CFACT has helped the Montana and New Jersey Action Coalitions develop new materials, written and placed guest editorials for the Texas Action Coalition, and supported the Utah Action Coalition as it organizes content for its website. Those and other kinds of communications support can be available to your Action Coalition too!
To inquire about receiving support, please email CFACT@iqsolutions.com with information about what activities you have coming up that would benefit from communications assistance. You will receive a response within one week.

Notes: Action Coalitions working on their State Implementation Program grant announcements should continue to use the process specified by the Campaign for materials review, and APIN projects should continue using existing resources to support their communications work.

Campaign Pillars

Leaveraging Nursing Leadership

 

Health Resources and Services Administration seeking members for Advisory Council

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is seeking at least 16 new members for its National Advisory Council on Nurse Education and Practice (NACNEP).   This panel provides advice and recommendations to the Secretary of Health and Human Services, as well as Congress, around general regulations and policy matters arising in the administration of Title VIII, including the range of issues relating to the nurse workforce, education, and practice improvement.

Nominations are due to HRSA on or before July 15.   Please submit the nominations by email to nacnep@hrsa.gov or by mail to:
Kristen Hansen,
Division of Nursing and Public Health, Bureau of Health Workforce
Health Resources and Administration
Parklawn Building
Room 9–89
5600 Fishers Lane
Rockville, Maryland 20857

Read the call for nominations here.

Upcoming Webinars


CCNA Webinars
The Center to Champion Nursing in America continues host a series of technical assistance webinars and teleconferences on a variety of topics. Invitations with registration and login information for webinars will be sent separately. To ensure that you receive future webinar invitations, please go to http://campaignforaction.org/email-registration/, enter your information, and select the publications you wish to receive.

Webinars of Interest (non-CCNA)

Communicating Your Campaign Case

Date: Wednesday, May 13
Time: 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm ET
Campbell presenters: Andrew Brommel, director of communications consulting and  Patrick Chestnut, communications consultant. A major campaign is more than just a fundraising strategy — it’s a statement about the future of your mission. Defining, expressing and communicating that statement is the work of campaign case development and communications. A truly powerful case drives every other aspect of your campaign strategy. Whether you’re thinking ahead to your next campaign or already underway, this in-depth webinar will give you concepts, examples, tools and tricks for defining and communicating your campaign case.

Learning Objectives:
With examples drawn from hundreds of campaigns that Campbell & Company helped facilitate, this webinar will empower attendees to:

  • Express a campaign vision that truly stands apart messages
  • Craft campaign messages that stick in donors’ minds
  • Create campaign materials that support active major donor cultivation
  • Plan a communications strategy that builds momentum from the quiet phase through the victory celebration

Register for the webinar here.

 

Archived CCNA Webinars:

Wisconsin’s Diversity Assessment Tool (WI-DAT)
View a summary


Putting Strategy into Action for Seamless Academic Progression

Orientation of New Coalition Leaders, How, Why, What of Coalition Leadership

View a summary

Using Data Driven Communication to Support Top of License Practice

View a summary

Using the American Community Survey to Describe the Registered Nurse Workforce

View a summary

What Makes an Effective Coalition: Determining Your Coalition Member Needs

View a summary 

 

Your Action Coalition: Multiply Through Messaging

View a summary

View Message Primers


Opportunities from Recent Weekly Updates:

AARP Collecting Stories for I Heart Caregivers

2015 National Forum of State Nursing Workforce Centers Annual Conference

June 10-12, 2015 | Denver, CO

8th Annual Midwest Interprofessional Practice, Education, and Research Center Conference: Strategies for the Application of Successful Models and Processes

September 17-18, 2015 | Grand Rapids, Michigan

We Welcome Your Comments and Contributions!

You may have noticed that we moved a few things around. Let us know what you think and share any other suggestions you have. Is there a story that you would like us to share? Let us know by emailing Aidan McCallion at amccallion@aarp.org.

Are you looking to sign up for the Weekly Update, Advancing Health Newsletter, E-Alerts, or Webinar Invitations? If so, register here!

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