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  • Legal Corner: When You Get That Dreaded Call

    Legal Corner: When You Get That Dreaded Call

    by Don Eddins, JD When a registered nurse asks me about a licensure matter, I attempt to convey to the RN in the strongest of terms that his/her license was hard-earned and forms the basis for the nursing professional’s livelihood. …READ MORE
  • Shai Wilkins: A Standout Community Leader

    Shai Wilkins: A Standout Community Leader

    LaQuitta “Shai” Wilkins is a nurse, community leader, and heart health advocate on a mission. From crisscrossing the country as a travel nurse to being crowned Miss Black Alabama 2016, Shai’s story is one of passion, ambition, and selfless devotion …READ MORE
  • A Message From the ASNA President: A Look Back At Our Amazing Year

    A Message From the ASNA President: A Look Back At Our Amazing Year

    Hello fellow Alabama nurses! This has been a full and productive year and ASNA continues to promote nursing as the voice for Alabama Nurses. Our Busy Year The beginning of the year, we celebrated a triumph for our nursing profession …READ MORE
  • Supporting Children and Adolescents in Disaster

    Supporting Children and Adolescents in Disaster

    Authored By:  Charlene Roberson, MEd, RN-BC Disclosures: Neither the author or planning committee have any conflicts of interest Target Audience: All health care providers Learning Outcome: Nurses to provide appropriate supportive care based on best practices which can be individualized …READ MORE
  • Alabama Chapter National Association of Hispanic Nurses

    Alabama Chapter National Association of Hispanic Nurses

    Alabama’s Hispanic population grew 158% between 2000 and 2011, more than any other state. Nursing literature has addressed the need for ethnic/racial diversity, citing diversification as a means of providing culturally competent care (Taxis, C.J., 2002).  Yet, Hispanic nurses represent …READ MORE

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