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Wisconsin Nurses Association (WNA)

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Learn more about how the Wisconsin Nurses Association (WNA) is participating as an HNHN Champion Partner.


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We are pleased to shine the spotlight on Wisconsin Nurses Association (WNA), an exceptional HNHN Champion. 

Special shout out to Gina Dennik-Champion, Executive Director!  The Wisconsin Nurses Association is supporting the work of ANA’s Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation using multiple strategies, including a “Healthy Nurses for Wisconsin” Mutual Interest Group. 

Below are some of WNA's activities as an HNHN Partner.

  • Development of a “Healthy Nurses for Wisconsin” Mutual Interest Group (MIG). MIGs are comprised of WNA members and non-members who have a common interest and/or need to connect with one another for educational advancement, networking and/or dissemination of information in their area of nursing interest.   This MIG is developing a one-day healthy nurse program for early 2018 and Healthy Nurses for Wisconsin webpages and media sites.
  • Preceptor site for undergraduate and graduate nursing students whose projects focus on improved nurse health by addressing the contributing factors leading to hypertension among the nursing workforce (nutrition, sleep/rest, physical activity and stress).
  • Dissemination of information regarding Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation and WNA’s Healthy Nurses for Wisconsin through their webpages, exhibiting, and guest lecturing events.  
Reviewed 5/5/22
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