CNA's Annual Conference & Membership Assembly
, Sept. 20-21, 2019 - Now Open For Registration!

This year's conference will take place at the DoubleTree by Hilton Denver – Stapleton North, 4040 Quebec Street, Denver, CO 80216.

Register now!

 

Join us for these compelling educational sessions, along with an exhibit hall and job fair:

  • What Makes The Work Environment Healthy with Mary Jo Assi, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, Associate Chief Nursing Officer, Press Ganey
  • Essential Leadership Skills for 21st Century Healthcare with Jack Cochran, MD, Physician Author Retired Kaiser Health Systems Administrator
  • Pain Management and Opioids: Balancing the Risks and Benefits with Theresa Mallick-Searle, MS, ANP-BC, Stanford University Medical Center
  • Human Trafficking: The Role of Frontline Staff with Sarah Moultrie, MSN RN CPNP-AC CPEN, Clinical Practice Specialist, Children’s Hospital
  • Story Catchers™: Creating Cultural Transformation Through Meaning and Purpose with Kathryn Hoffmann, MSW, LCSW, Chief Program Officer, Institute for Life @ Care
  • Update on Sunset of Colorado's Nurse Practice Act

Click here for more information on the conference and to register.

Sponsors/exhibitors - click here for more information on sponsorship opportunities and table purchases.


2019 Call for Nominations & Elections - Board of Directors

Deadline August 1, 2019

Serving as a volunteer member of the Colorado Nurses Association Board of Directors is an important and time-consuming effort of the individuals who choose to run for these membership representative positions.  

Elections are held annually for a two-year term and rotate in such a manner that one-half of the Board of Directors rotate off every year, unless one chooses to run for two consecutive terms.  The President is a three-year term, the first year serving as a President-Elect to support leadership succession of the Association.  

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CNA Call for Volunteers 100 Nurses for 100 Legislators

The Colorado Nurses Association (CNA) Board of Directors, in partnership with the CNA Government Affairs & Public Policy Committee want you to become a Nurse Legislator Liaison.

Our intention with this work is to match 100 CNA members with Colorado's 35 Senators and 65 Representatives by connecting you personally with Senators and Representatives from your home Districts.  We want to build a strong, consistent voice of nursing in Colorado, somewhat akin to "When Nurses Speak, Legislators Listen".

If you are interested in joining this momentum, please submit your name and e-mail address to [email protected] or call us at 855 848 8970 for more information.


4 Million Reasons to Celebrate 

During National Nurses Week, the Colorado 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 vast contributions and the positive impact you make every day!

Beginning in 1993, The American Nurses Association declared May 6-12 as the national week to celebrate and elevate the nursing profession.


 Nurses Again Outpace Other Professions for Honesty, Ethics

Nurses rated highest for honesty and ethics for 17th consecutive year
Members of Congress and telemarketers rated lowest
Journalists' ethics rating hits high of 33%, up 10 points since 2016

 


Do You Want to Impact Colorado Health Care Policy?

You can be a leader in shaping Colorado’s nursing practice, delivery of patient care, and access to health care.

Make your voice heard!

  • The GAPP on line forum, on CNA website, allows all nurses in Colorado to share your insight and influence policy.

 What is GAPP?

  • GAPP is Colorado Nurses Association’s Government Affairs and Public Policy Committee. GAPP drives public policy pertinent to healthcare and the nursing profession.

How do I get involved?

  1. If you are not already a member, become a member of the Colorado Nurses Association
  2. Set up your CNA website login and profile
  3. Log in as a CNA member → Hover mouse over Member Center →  In the drop down menu hover overGov’t Affairs and Public Policy → You will see  Gov’t Affairs and Public Policy Forum, click on that → Start Impacting Policy!

 GAPP needs and looks forward to your input. 


Your CNA Website

Members-- did you know you can interact with other members from your DNA or SIG online? Login and go here to start connecting!

How to Login

Username-- this is the email you gave ANA when filling out your membership application. Don't have an email? Call CNA at 720-457-1194 and they'll get you a username.

Password-- request to reset your password here.

If you need assistance, please reach out to [email protected] or 720-457-1194.

Did you know?

ANA processes all the membership applications and sends to CNA around the 10th of each following month. Once CNA receives this list, we update your profile on our website. Need a change or access to the website faster? Email [email protected] and we can make that happen*. 

*Please note, to make a permanent change to your profile, you must update your ANA profile.

  • Simply log on to “My ANA” at NursingWorld.org and you'll see a link in the blue section in the middle of the page to “Modify Profile.” By clicking on this link, you will be taken to a page where you are able to update your address, phone, email, and demographics. This will help assure you are receiving all the information and alerts that are included as a benefit of membership. Members can also reset their user name and password on this page.

  • OR email ANA here.

The Benefits of Membership

  • Personal & professional networking opportunities
  • A voice in the community through representation by the CNA lobbyists at the legislature
  • Up to 45% savings on ANCC Certifications
  • Subscriptions to the American Nurse and CNA Member News
  • Discount on leading nursing publications
  • Discounts on nursing continuing education
  • Special opportunities on liability insurance
  • Options for group medical, dental, life & disability insurance
Join Today

Peer Assistance Services, Inc.

Peer Assistance Services, Inc. provides confidential services to those in the nursing profession who may be experiencing physical, emotional, psychological, or substance use problems. The program accepts self-referrals and calls from those who may be concerned about themselves or others. The referral may come from a friend, family member, colleague, supervisor, self, or the Colorado Board of Nursing. Staff is available during business hours as well as after hours and weekends by calling the 24-hour information line (720.291.3209). You can contact Peer Assistance with general questions, concerns about yourself or a colleague, or to obtain community resources. Please contact Peer Assistance confidentially at 303.369.0039 for information or to schedule as assessment.

Click here for the PAS website.