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Diverse opportunities to contribute and participate are often available to ANA members, nurses, and other interested stakeholders. Check back regularly for new postings about volunteer opportunities to engage in workgroups, surveys, research initiatives, and other activities. If possible, please share these announcements with colleagues, students, healthcare consumers, and other stakeholders. Let’s make a difference – together.

Gallup and Library of Congress Research Study Invitation

The Library of Congress wants to hear from you! ANA in partnership with Gallup is assisting the National Library Service (NLS) at the Library of Congress to conduct a survey about your experiences accessing and using technology. The results of this survey will help the NLS better understand how to best use technology to meet the needs of people with disabilities. Please click tiny.cc/NLS or call 1-888-305-6873 and take their 5-minute survey to see if you are eligible to participate in the study and help shape the service they provide to our community.

Closing Date: July 31, 2019, midnight ET

Quick Public Health Nursing Survey – Closes May 31, 2019

The American Nurses’ Association’s workgroup revising the 2013 Public Health Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice, Second Edition, has developed an anonymous and voluntary survey to inform its development work. The survey takes less than 7 minutes to complete, is not for the purposes of research, and can be accessed by clicking this link.

Closing date for the survey is May 31, 2019, at 5 pm EDT.

Questions about the survey may be directed to:  Susan Little, Workgroup Practice Co-Chair (susan.little@dhhs.nc.gov) and/or Susan Swider, Workgroup Academic Co-Chair (susan_m_swider@rush.edu)

Please share this invitation and survey link with your colleagues. Thank you for your contribution to the development of the next version of the Public Health Nursing:  Scope & Standards of Practice  document.

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