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Take the Survey: Pulse on the Nations Nurses Survey 

October 4, 2023

Nurses, your insights can create positive changes - that's why we need you to take our latest nurses' survey. We're seeking the perspectives of nurses like yourself with varying years of experience to better understand how your work environment and your nursing colleagues affect you. We want to know how younger nurses versus more seasoned nurses feel about their work environments and how that experience varies based on years of tenure. Your response will help determine what strategies best support multigenerational work environments and team dynamics in the nursing profession. Take the survey today.


September 14: Project ECHO Nurse Staffing Crisis Webinar Series Starts

Join us for the new Nurse Staffing Task Force ECHO® series – a free, five-part interactive webinar series with strategies to address the current staffing crisis. Each stand-alone session features a brief presentation from a subject matter expert followed by interactive, small group discussions. Participants will leave with key recommendations and actions that all nurses can promote and advocate for in the workplace and beyond.

Session dates and topics include:

  • Sept. 14 – Creating a Healthy & Supportive Nurse Work Environment: Key Steps
  • Sept. 21 – Transforming Cost into Value: Recognizing Nurses’ Unique Contributions
  • Sept. 28 – Innovative Care Delivery in Nursing: A Paradigm Shift in Health Care
  • Oct. 5 – Maximizing Nursing Efficiency: The Future of Regulatory Innovation
  • Oct. 19 – Achieving Excellence in Health Care: Nurse Staffing Standards

Join a CNA Advisory & Networking Team (ANT) Today

In an effort to bring more value to CNA membership, increase member engagement, and bring a larger voice to the nursing profession in Colorado, CNA has created 4 new Advisory & Networking Teams (ANTs).

The goal of these teams is to provide space for our members to connect with other like-minded members in the area that most fits their passion for nursing. These teams will serve as advisors for GAPP, the Board of Directors and others when determining position statements, legislative priorities, public comment, future legislative drafts, upcoming events, social media content, continued education and strategic initiatives of the organization. 

Here are CNA's  4 Advisory & Networking Teams:

  • Rural Nursing (Nurses who work in sparsely populated and underserved geographical locations, including support for the unique challenges of rural care.)​
  • Nurse Educators/Professional Development (Ensuring the delivery of quality care to citizens by fostering and advancing the professional and educational development of nurses to the end that all people may have better nursing care.)​
  • Workplace Advocacy (Nurses interested in improving the workplace environment including areas such as violence, safe staffing and risk management.)​
  • Nursing Research (Nurses interested in all levels of healthcare-related research; health-related data collection that supports evidence-based practice and policy.)​

Whether you have a mild interest, are an expert, or looking to learn more, your participation and insight will bring value and success to these teams.

Join a Team
Visit the ANT Webpage for More Information and Resources

Important DORA SBON Stakeholder Meeting September 8, 2023

August 27, 2023

The Colorado Board of Nursing ("Board") will hold a virtual Stakeholder Meeting on September 8, 2023. The purpose of this Stakeholder Meeting is for the Board to receive feedback regarding the implementation of Colorado Senate Bill 23-188 (Concerning Protections for Accessing Reproductive Health Care) by repealing of Rule 1.33 (Protections for Provision of Reproductive Health Care in Colorado), the implementation of Colorado Senate Bill 23-265 (Concerning a Prohibition on a Regulator Imposing Discipline Against a Person Based on Certain Activities Involving Marijuana) by repealing Rule 1.34 (Protecting Colorado’s Workforce and Expanding Licensing Opportunities), the proposed changes to Rules 1.14 (Rules and Regulations to Register Professional Nurses Qualified to Engage in Advanced Practice Registered Nursing), and the proposed changes to Rule 1.15 (Rules and Regulations for Prescriptive Authority for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses).

Meeting Information

  • Friday, September 8, 2023, at 2:00 P.M. (MDT)

Ways to Participate

Meeting Format

Comments provided at the Stakeholder Meeting will be limited to the above referenced topics. All written comments will be provided to the Board before the Board considers adopting the proposed rules. If you have any questions or concerns about stakeholder input or the rulemaking process, please send them to [email protected]


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Call for Articles/Publication for Colorado Nurse 4th Quarter: Deadline September 25, 2023

August 24, 2023

The Colorado Nurse is a quarterly publication edited and published in cooperation with Health eCareers, Colorado Nurses Foundation, and Colorado Nurses Association.

We rely on content from Colorado based nursing associations, educational organizations, regulatory bodies, and all other information that supports the practice of nursing in Colorado. 

We are particularly interested in highlighting nurses and work of nurses in Colorado that highlights the many ways that nurses contribute and lead innovation in health care in Colorado.

The Colorado Nurse also serves as a leading publication for current job offers in nursing.

For more information and a link to submit contributions, please visit the Colorado Nurses Association website.   You may submit your article directly with this link.

The deadline for submission for the November publication is September 25, 2023.

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