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Monday, January 16, 2006

Email from A Pennsylvania Nurse

"I would like to receive the National Nurse flyer." (Note: this is a picture of our flyer which is downloadable in 8.5 by 11 size paper. Please email if you would like this sent to you!)

"I am from UPMC Passavant Hospital/ Cranberry, located north of Pittsburgh, PA. I come from a long line of nurses as my mother, maternal aunt and both sisters were and are nurses. My daughter is currently enrolled in the nursing program at University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, PA."

"I feel very strongly that the office of National Nurse is much needed and long overdue. This country has no idea what an impact nurses do, can and will make to educate and promote overall health. You can count on my support and the support of as many of my peers as I can ignite!"

Also, a friendly reminder--be sure to submit your email to receive our next newsletter, which will be arriving in your boxes tomorrow morning. Lots of exciting news to update you on too.

The National Nursing Network Organization Team—Monday, January 16, 2006  

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What is the distribution on this flyer?
Blogger Unknown 
we need some banners or buttons to cross promote this site!
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Blogger Jo*in*Vermont 
hi Terri - thought you might be interested in this from Josh Marshall's blog - might be the chance for a new, well-read connection for TNN!:

(January 17, 2006 -- 10:31 PM EST // link)
I'm looking for someone to write a limited duration blog about the Medicare prescription drug plan debacle -- the implementation, how the program is structured, who benefits, who doesn't and so forth. This would be a bit like the Social Security blogging we did early last year and a bit like the Special Edition Bankruptcy Bill blog. Basically, we're looking for one or two people to help walk us and our readers through how this program is working or, as it seems, isn't. The person who does this doesn't have to have fancy credentials or a bunch of initials after their name -- just a real world grasp of the nuts and bolts of how this stuff works. If you're interested, drop us a line.

-- Josh Marshall