Campaign Summit - Washington DC - WOW! & NOW!

WOW! Having already had 30+ years in my nursing career, last week's national Campaign Summit was by far a truly unique event that will stay with me for the next 30 years! :) 

I was awe-struck by this 'coming together' of people from every state in support of our profession, and recognition of the contribution nursing can make to improve healthcare delivery during these challenging times. It was truly inspiring to me. We all clearly know the time for action is NOW!  And Wisconsin is ready!

Kudos & heartfelt thanks to the planning team, Campaign leadership & staff, and Mr. McCandless for this incredible, motivating and unforgettable experience.

by Judith Hansen | March 8, 2013

Tags: wisconsin

Mary Dickow

I agree Judith - California is fired up as well!
Posted on: March 10, 2013, 5:42 pm

Meredith Hunter

Judith, thank you so much for your kind words. The team here was thrilled to experience the summit with our Action Coalition colleagues. Now its time to take that energy and put it to work at home!
Posted on: March 11, 2013, 7:27 am

Winifred V Quinn, PhD

Judi, Thanks for posting and sharing your experience! Yeah, we were fired up too, to see all of the Action Coalition leaders dive in, have fun, and engage with each other. Looking forward to putting it all into action! Have a great day, week, month, year. :>) Win
Posted on: March 11, 2013, 7:45 am

 

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