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ANA Advocates for Nurses & Emergency Measures

June 29, 2020

ANA continues to advocate for the support and protection of nurses on the COVID-19 frontlines and the entire health care system during the pandemic emergency. ANA is also representing nurses' voices on innovations and emergency measures that should continue after the emergency is over.  Please consider reviewing the recent letters that are posted on Nursing World at the links below.

  • In a letter to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, ANA advocates for expanded telehealth and APRN waivers to be made permanent. However, we caution that some other waivers should expire out of concern for RN staffing and patient quality.

www.nursingworld.org/practice-policy/work-environment/...

  • In a letter to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, ANA urges the agency to return to pre-pandemic standards and enforcement for personal protective equipment that health care workers need to stay safe.

www.nursingworld.org/practice-policy/work-environment/...

Use your voice to advocate for APRNs and ultimately our patients, as we continue to navigate our way through the pandemic and be at the forefront of continuing change in the healthcare.

 

Hospital Rules Revision Stakeholder Meeting – 7/2/20

To: All Stakeholders
From: HFEMSD
In keeping with the statutory requirement to routinely review and update our regulations, the department is continuing the stakeholder process for the regulatory review of 6 CCR 1011-1, Chapter 4 – General Hospitals, Chapter 10 – Rehabilitation Hospitals, Chapter 18 – Psychiatric Hospitals, and Chapter 19 – Hospital Units. These chapters cover a wide range of topics that impact hospitals, both general and specialty.
Meetings are open to the public. This meeting will be held remotely via Zoom only .
When: Thursday, July 2, 2020 from 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Remote access through Zoom ( https://zoom.us/j/990049166)
Audio line:  1-669-900-6833
Meeting ID:  990 049 166
The stakeholder meeting schedule, agendas, documents and detailed information regarding the rule revision process can be accessed at this link:
We recommend that you return to this site on the day of the meeting to check for additional or revised meeting materials.
Meeting documents, schedules and archived agendas are available on the department website: 
To sign up to receive email communications regarding the hospital rules review go to:
If you have any questions prior to then, feel free to contact Anne Strawbridge at  [email protected] or Monica Billig at [email protected] .
If you have never used Zoom before:
Prior to the meeting, you will need to  install Zoom . Please allow time to do so beforehand. If you plan to join by phone please be aware that some functions are unavailable. It is usually best to use a computer. Below are instructions for joining a Zoom meeting:
 

Colorado Nurses Association Seeking Feedback on Staffing Support 

Posted: June 22, 2020

We need to hear from you.

As providers we are experiencing expanded elective, non-emergent health care services, we want to be sure that front line workers continue to have the resources necessary to provide for safe and quality care for patients, while maintaining personal safety as well.

Additionally, the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment is reviewing the licensing requirements for Colorado hospitals licensing and Nurse Staffing.

Please complete the following revised survey designed to inform Colorado Nurses Association leadership of what is working and what needs work to continue to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and assure workforce safety.

Colorado Nurses Advocates for Action: Nurse Staffing Regulation Survey

 

Colorado Nurses Association Continues Nurse Support Group

Posted: June 22, 2020

Colorado COVID-19 Nurse Support Group for All Colorado RNs and LPNs and Colorado Student Nurses

Colorado Nurses are on the front line dealing with the Coronavirus public health crisis.

Colorado Nurses Association will continue to offer voluntary support groups to aid in shared problem solving.  The group is facilitated by experienced RNs and APRNs and hosted through a HIPAA compliant telephone platform.

The support groups will continue Tuesday’s, 7pm – 8pm, MST and will run weekly until further notice.  

These groups are available at no-cost for all Colorado RNs and LPNs and Colorado Student Nurses. Peer support groups are not intended to replace treatment, therapy or self-help groups. 

To register, click here. Information collected through this link is confidential, and will only be used by the facilitator.

 

2020 CNA Awards Call for Nominations

Posted: June 21, 2020

The CNA Awards Committee is seeking nominations for the 2020 CNA Awards. The Awards will be presented during the 2020 Membership Assembly Meeting. More details to follow. The awards for consideration are:

  • Margie Ball Cook Award for a CNA member who has advanced equal opportunities in nursing for members of minority groups.
  • Sara Jarrett Award for a CNA member who has contributed to nursing practice and health policy through political and legislative activity.
  • CNA Leadership Award for a CNA member who has served as a leader in CNA through service on the Board of Directors or on a committee or task force.
  • CNA Emerging Leader Award for a CNA member who has been a nurse for no more than ten years and who is emerging as a leader in CNA or a DNA.
  • Carol O’Meara Award for a CNA member who has made sustained contributions to CNA.

Nominations will also be accepted for the CNA Hall of Fame. The CNA Hall of Fame was established in 2004 to honor CNA Members whose dedication and achievements have significantly affected the Colorado nursing profession. 

For more information on these awards and more, click here.

 
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