The Michigan contingents from the NADONA national conference in Las Vegas.
LARA is conducting the 2019 Michigan nursing licensure survey. The survey is open to all licensed nurses, not just those completing license renewal in 2019. Since the survey is no longer programed into the licensing renewal process, it is vital that nurses are informed where they may access the survey. The Michigan Nursing Licensure Survey […more]
The administrative rule allowing CEs to be given for hours of precepting. As of March 8, 2019, nurse precepting students or new employees may receive 5 CEs after 120 hours of precepting. The hours must be tracked. For student precepting, a letter from the school acknowledging the hours must be in the preceptor’s file; if […more]
A team of nationally recognized long-term care researchers from Brown University and Insight Therapeutics are undertaking a large-scale quality improvement study to evaluate the impact of the annual influenza vaccine choice on long-term care facility residents’ hositalization risk for the 2019-2010 influenza season. Nursing homes that meet eligibility and agree to participate will be allocated […more]
The National Academy of Medicine’s recording of the public “Future of Nursing 2020-2030” session that took place on March 20, 2019, in Washington, DC, is now available. To watch the event, please click here. For more information about the Future of Nursing, visit https://nam.edu/futureofnursing2030. Coming soon: Three regional town hall meetings are currently being planned! […more]
MI-NADONA/LTC has some excellent programming coming your way over the next few months! If you have not already registered for next week’s Workforce Seminar and RN Boot Camp, it’s not too late – you can still join! We also have a PDPM for Nurses Webinar coming up on April 18. NADONA’s next program will be […more]
NADONA, along with 15 other national organizations and more than 50 state and local organizations, have partnered with AAOA (Allied Against Opioid Abuse) to raise awareness about prescription opioid safety. AAOA has reached tens of thousands of Americans, including patients, caregivers, pharmacists, healthcare providers, business groups and health industry leaders. AAOA’s goal from the […more]