Author Archive: KANS

Check out the new and improved KANS Website

Check out the new and improved KANS Website Thanks to Christy Fogle, Communications Director and Brad McCrobie, Consultant for their continued hard work on improving the website

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Nurses Shatter the Stereotype

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Exhibitor Information for 2014 Conference

Exhibitor Information for 2014 Conference Sponsorship Registration

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Happy National Nurse’s Week

This week is a time to show your appreciation to all nurses. We have all met nurses who greatly impact us either as role models or as care givers. We are so grateful to each nurse and student nurse that’s developed a passion for nursing and thank you for your hard work and dedication. Happy …

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Breakthrough to Nursing Project!

We are so excited to have Taylor Moser as Breakthrough to Nursing Director this year. KANS recently completed their first project at the Health Occupations of Today Expo in Somerset Kentucky. There we got to tell hundreds of high school students from all across Kentucky about nursing. We answered lots of questions and spread the …

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Join KNA and ANA for one low price!

This is the lowest price that membership has been for KNA and ANA together. Please take advantage of this opportunity! The following is from their website: Join Both Kentucky Nurses Association and ANA for Just $11/month or $126/year. Joint membership in KNA and ANA is now highly accessible and affordable at only $11/month or $126/year. …

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KANS wins NSNA’s Most Outstanding State Website Award

After a fun filled week in Charlotte for NSNA’s 61st Annual Convention, we found out that KANS won the award for Most Outstanding State Website! This is a great accomplishment for our chapter and a great way to let people know we are here! All of us who attended have some great ideas for our …

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March is Women’s History Month

As future nurses, we should all know about one important woman, Florence Nightingale. In class we always learn about what she did for our profession, and hopefully we all remember her contributions to the healthcare field that is so important to all of us, men and women. If you have an extra three minutes and …

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KANS State Conference Theme for 2013

Get excited for the 2013 KANS conference! This year’s theme is “Putting the Pieces Together…Where Do You Fit in?” We will focus on the many roles we will assume as nurses. We have remained the most trusted profession for many years, and we plan to stay on top! We will have many break out sessions …

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Nurses ranked most trusted profession in Gallup poll

By: Nicole Blazek Nurses ranked most trusted profession in Gallup poll Eighty-five percent of Americans rated registered nurses’ honesty and ethical standards as “very high” or “high,” earning them the top spot in a Gallup poll ranking perceived ethical standards across a wide range of professions. Nurses outperformed pharmacists by 10 percentage points (75%) and …

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