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State of Wisconsin Association of Neonatal Nurses

Nurses Day at the Capitol is designed to help nurses in Wisconsin appreciate the importance of their role in influencing health policy and affecting change in their practice. Please contact SWANN...

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Please consider submitting an abstract for a poster presentation for SWANN's 2018 spring conference "Owning Neonatal Nursing Practice: Securing our Future". As an incentive, conference tuition is...

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SWANN received the Individual Chapter Award for Advocacy, Chapter Communication and Education awarded annually by NANN. This award celebrates the hard work and dedication by many SWANN members....

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Several of our SWANN Nursses enjoyed a day at the Captial . There was an opportunity to arrange a meeting with your legislator and/or tour the Capitol in the afternoon. About 500 RNs, APRNs,...

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Just wanted to let everyone know that registration for our 2017 SWANN Conference "Growing Neonatal Nurse Leaders: at the Bedside and Beyond" will close at the end of the day on Friday March 17th....

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There is still time to register for our annual conference "Growing Neonatal Nurse Leaders: at the Bedside and Beyond" at Country Springs Hotel and Conference Center in Pewaukee, WI on Sunday March...

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President Donald Trump’s pick to run the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, Seema Verma, has stated that maternity coverage should be optional for patients. Currently, maternity and newborn...

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During the month of March, meet lawmakers where they (and you) live! Join March of Dimes volunteers across the state as we meet locally with lawmakers during the month of March. You don't even have...

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Nurses Day at the Capitol is designed to help nurses in Wisconsin appreciate the importance of their role in influencing health policy and affecting change in their practice. The intent is for...

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