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COVID-19 vaccines should be allocated first to health care professionals and support personnel close to patients and at risk of catching the novel coronavirus disease, AMSN wrote Sept. 4 to the National Academy of Science in response to its draft framework on mass vaccination processes.
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Federal funding for key AMSN priorities will be level as the new fiscal year starts Oct. 1 Congress, at press time, was completing work on “continuing resolution” legislation keeping Uncle Sam open through Dec. 11.
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Virtual meeting
AMSN’s first-ever Legislative Virtual Fly-in to the U.S. Capitol was a success and hundreds of AMSN members were a part of it!
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Capitol Hill
AMSN Urges Congress to Restore & Strengthen National PPE and N95 Mask Supply Stockpile Congress was preparing to go home for the stretch run to the November elections without passing additional COVID relief legislation since last March.
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Vaccinate, blog
It's that time of year again… Yes, clocks turn back for some of us and Halloween, Autumn and football are all something many of us look forward to. What we don't look forward to at this time of the year is influenza.
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Antoinette Falker
Pandemic! A word that we learned in nursing school. A word that was synonymous with widespread death and tragedy. A word we were aware of but existed oftentimes outside our sphere of professional nursing practice and our lives.
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Terri Hinkley

CEO's Corner - September 2020

AMSN 2020 Virtual Convention

Like many things disrupted by COVID-19 in 2020, AMSN’s annual convention will no longer be an in-person event in Las Vegas, but rather a virtual event where you can attend from the comfort and safety of your own home.
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Robin Hertel
Fall has always been my favorite time of year; not only for the cooler weather, football, and chili, but also because of the beginning of a new school year.
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