Campaign for Action Launches New Newsletter

On November 21, the Campaign for Action launched a new e-mail newsletter. Advancing Health: News from the Campaign for Action features the latest stories about how the Campaign and our partners across the country are transforming health and health care through nursing. The November 2013 issue includes articles about nurses taking leadership roles on the insurance exchanges, efforts in Colorado to get more nurses on hospital and health system boards, and Kaiser Permanente's support of the Campaign for ActionClick here to read the new newsletter, download a PDF version, or sign up to become a subscriber.  


by Campaign for Action | November 21, 2013

Tags: communication

Andrea Brassard

It may be a coincidence, but since I've signed up for the new e-mail newsletter, I've gotten almost daily AARP e-mails - for travel, car purchasing, etc.
Posted on: November 27, 2013, 8:04 am

Campaign for Action

We are very sorry to hear that, Andrea! Signing up to receive Campaign e-mails will not sign you up to receive e-mails from AARP, but we will definitely look into the matter. To stop receiving any unwanted e-mails, simply click the link at the bottom of any e-mail from AARP to manage your preferences and unsubscribe from any communications you do not wish to receive. We truly apologize for the inconvenience.
Posted on: December 3, 2013, 4:12 pm


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