Since the pandemic, honoring our nation’s nurses is more profoundly significant, making this month of recognition in May even more important.
Whether it is a national health emergency or routine daily care, nurses’ vital contributions impact the health and well-being of our communities, which is why ANA selected the theme for May as Nurses Make a Difference.
WEEK 1 | SELF-CARE (MAY 1–9)
Crystal Murillo, Clinical Simulation Laboratory Director and Assistant Professor and self-care advocate, shares self-care tips.
WEEK 2 | RECOGNITION (MAY 10–16)
May 13, 12-1pm | Am I ready for change? Join Dr. Niña Ellison to consider the inextricable link between personal and professional growth as the concept of readiness for change is explored. Register for this free Zoom event.
WEEK 3 | PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (MAY 17–23)
ANA Nurses Month (free) Webinar on May 19 will focus on 'Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice.' Nursing alumnus, Kahlil Demonbreun will be a guest speaker.
WEEK 4 | COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT (MAY 24–31)
During this week, the College of Nursing advocate and share the work of nurses within the local community through various outlets.