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  • 26 May 2022 3:45 PM | Anonymous

    “Our hearts ache tremendously for the loved ones and the communities left behind in the wake of these heinous acts of violence,” said American Nurses Association President Ernest J. Grant, PhD, RN, FAAN. “The loss of young lives and the trauma of those who witnessed the carnage and survived will remain with them forever. Their lives will never be the same. There simply are no words. Burying a child is the most unnatural and horrific act that no parent should ever have to experience in their lifetime.”

    Nurses witness the immediate carnage and devastation from mass shootings and gun violence.

    “It's unimaginable and you never recover from it,” said Grant. “We extend our hearts and full support to all of the first responders, nurses and health care professionals providing care to victims and loved ones at the hospitals and health systems in affected communities across the country.”

    Read the full statement here.


  • 2 May 2022 3:47 PM | Anonymous

    ANA-MI is excited to commemorate the annual National Nurses Month. We are all indebted to nurses for their unwavering commitment to patients, their communities, and our health care systems. The Nurses Month theme, “You Make A Difference,” was selected to encourage nurses, individuals, employers, other health care professionals and community leaders to recognize and promote the vast contributions and positive impact of America’s nurses.

  • 9 Feb 2022 11:19 AM | Anonymous

    Members of the Senate moved a $1. 2 billion supplemental appropriations package targeting the coronavirus pandemic response with federal funding for health care workers and facilities, testing and for school safety.

    Passing by a 36-2 vote was HB 5523, containing all federal funds from the Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Fund and the federal American Rescue Plan Act. The bill contains supplemental funding for fiscal year 2021-22.

    Contained in the bill is $367.3 million for expansion grants for epidemiology and lab capacity, $300 million targeting health care recruitment, retention and training, $150.8 million for pandemic school safety for schools and $70 million for adult foster care facilities, which would provide for $700 per bed grants to eligible facilities.

    Most of the remaining $1.206 billion appropriated to the Department of Health and Human Services would go toward various COVID-19 response, mitigation, treatment and vaccination programs.

    Of the remaining funds, $10 million would be for capital outlay planning related to the construction of a new state public health and environmental science laboratory. The remaining $250,000 would be for the Department of Education for grants to school districts and intermediate school districts for work-based learning health services academies.


  • 3 Feb 2022 11:29 AM | Anonymous

    On February 1st, ANA-Michigan's new Nursing Practice Committee Chair, Erin Sudheimer, MSN, RN, participated in a media roundtable to highlight the need for flu vaccines. The month of February is considered peak flu season, so together with Dr. Tina Tanner, a primary care physician, and Zachary Yaksich, a father who lost his daughter to the flu when she was five years old, Erin helped to bring attention to the need for flu vaccinations by sharing a personal story and by reiterating that vaccines are a great way to prevent hospitalization.

    ANA-Michigan is proud to have such a dedicated nurse member who is willing to participate in important discussions in the interest of public health.

    To read the full press release, click here.


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