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Friday, October 26, 2007

California School Nurse In Favor of an Office of the National Nurse

Pictured: Kathy Hundemer RN, BSN, MS District Nurse, Savanna School District, participates in Read Across America Campaign in 2001

The NNNO Board of Directors is grateful to have the endorsement of the CSNO and recently received this letter from one of their Government Relations Officer:

Thank you so much for your tremendous on-going support for school nurses everywhere, and especially in California! I cannot begin to tell you how I personally appreciate all you have done for our specialized area of nursing practice, first through your discussion with Barbara Ficarra on Health in 30, and now by the prominent display of CSNO front and center on your National Nurse website! I know that the National Nursing Network Organization and their supporters have single-handedly helped raise public awareness of the large caseloads of school nurses to students that put the health and safety of our students at risk.

I truly believe that school nurses and public health nurses, especially, are at the center of the National Nurse campaign, because their focus is definitely on health promotion, disease prevention, and improving health outcomes for the next generation that is so much at risk.

I am heartened when nurses work together to help educate the public. It is an honor to work with you toward the establishment of an Office of the National Nurse that will help all Americans safeguard and improve their health!

Thanks so much again!

My very best regards,

Kathy Hundemer, RN, BSN, MS
District Nurse, Savanna School District
Anaheim, CA.
CSNO-SS Government Relations Chair

"Healthy children are better learners!"

The National Nursing Network Organization Team—Friday, October 26, 2007  

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