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Thursday, February 14, 2008

Office of the National Nurse Recognition

LiveSmarter, a blog for improving daily living through insights into health, wellness, finance, and education recently posted The 10 Most Important Political Issues for Nurses in 2008 and look what made their list:

3. National Nurse "A National Nurse has been proposed, but not implemented. The Office of the National Nurse would complement the Surgeon General, offering a patient-centric focus on healthcare for the nation. A National Nurse’s job would bring a healthy dose of preventive medicine, easing the burden on America’s health care system and in turn, nurses. Specifically, the National Nurse is proposed to make health care education focused on prevention available to Americans in a very accessible way."

Our Board of Directors also received great news this week informing us that our website was reviewed and given a score of 8.8 out of (10). It is currently in the top ten in the Health/Nursing category of

Websites were reviewed using the following criteria: frequency of updates, relevance of content, site design, and writing style. To check this out for yourself visit

The National Nursing Network Organization Team—Thursday, February 14, 2008  

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