Each year there are hundreds of proposed regulations and legislative bills introduced in Olympia with potential to greatly impact nurses, nursing, patient advocacy and your ability to deliver exceptional care. As an individual nurse, it’s nearly impossible to monitor and track all of the issues that affect your practice and livelihood.
As the largest association of registered nurses in the state, WSNA is there to ensure your interests are fully addressed. In fact, our legislative and regulatory staff of lobbyists, attorneys, labor, practice and health and safety specialists are dedicated to exclusively representing the interests of registered nurses.
We know overdoing it with sugar is bad for our health, yet we still eat more of it than we should.
The American Nurses Credentialing Center and Western Governors University are offering opportunities and resources to advance your career in honor of Nurses Week!
In 2018, most top-priority nursing issues had bipartisan support in Olympia.
The Governor's proclamation makes it official: May 6-12, 2018 is Nurses Week in Washington state!
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WSNA-PAC is the nonpartisan political action committee of WSNA. Established in 1972, the Washington State Nurses Association-Political Action Committee (WSNA-PAC) was one of the first state nurse PACs in the country. Find out more...