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Cipriano in Santa Fe on May 12th either by sending in the registration form in this issue of The New Mexico Nurse on page 4, calling the NMNA office at (505) 471-3324 or going to the New Mexico Nurses Association website.
However, in 1980 the NMNA was revitalized again under the guidance of Dr.
org and click on the Healthy Nurse NM tab, visit us on Facebook or contact the NMNA office to learn more about becoming part of the NMNA Healthy Nurse Interest Group.
Linda Siegle, the NMNA Executive Director Deborah Walker and numerous NMNA volunteers worked throughout the session to represent nursing's interests in the broad sense and to impact health policy.
provides this as a commitment to the NMNA and the nurses of NM.
NMNA members are increasingly being asked to provide information from elected officials on healthcare issues that impact our state.
org and click on the Healthy Nurse NM tab, visit us on Facebook, or contact the NMNA office to learn more about becoming part of the Health Nurse Interest group.
Edited by Camille Adair, RN, NMNA Interest Group Chair, Healthy Nurse, Healthy New Mexico
In 1987 New Mexico became the third state in the country to establish a drug diversion program through a bill conceived by a member of the New Mexico Nurses Association, Courtney Cook and lobbied for by NMNA.
NMNA then formed the Healthy Nurse, Healthy New Mexico Interest Group, reflective of the American Nurses Association's Healthy Nurse[TM] priority.
org; if you have questions about your own liability insurance coverage and needs you may also call NMNA at: (505) 471-3324.
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