Except for toolkits and blogs, all publications are available for direct download in PDF format.
Masks & Respirators: When & Where
Safe Lift Decisions
Guidelines for a Safe Practice Environment: Regarding Safe Patient Handling
Health and Safety Questions to Ask Prospective Employers
Workplace Health & Safety: Hazards & Control Measures
Violence in the Workplace
Your Nurse Practice Act and the Disciplinary Process
Safe Nurse Staffing Toolkit for Staffing Committees
Imperative Issues Affecting School Nurse Practice: Implications for the Future of School Nursing and Child Health in Washington State
Public Health and Public Health
Guidelines for the Registered Nurse for Giving, Accepting or Rejecting an Assignment
Nursing Commission or Nursing Association?
Nursing Practice Blog
Quality of Care, Nurses' Work Schedules, and Fatigue
Administration of Medications
Body Mass Index Screening, Evaluation, & Treatment
Medical Errors and Patient Safety
'My Medications & Allergies'
Registered Nurse Delegation in Community Based Settings
Selecting Continuing Education
Mapping the Economic Value of Nursing
Nursing Shortage and Workforce
2010 National Health Care Reform: An Initial Overview of Opportunities for Nurses and Nursing in Washington State
Recruitment of Foreign-Educated
Assignment Despite Objection
A Guide for Assisting Colleagues Who Demonstrate Impairment in the Workplace
From WSNA and the Washington State Department of Health
Founded in 1908, WSNA is the professional organization representing more than 16,000 registered nurses in Washington State. WSNA effectively advocates for the improvement of health standards and availability of quality health care for all people; promotes high standards for the nursing profession; and advances the professional and economic development of nurses.
The Washington State Nurses Association Continuing Education Provider Program (OH-231, 9-1-2012) is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.