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Position statement. Restructuring, work redesign, and the job and career security of registered nurses. American Nurses Association



Position statement. Restructuring, work redesign, and the job and career security of registered nurses. American Nurses Association



Pulse of the Montana State Nurses' Association 33(1): 3-4



The American Nurses Association (ANA) is committed to safeguarding the public, protecting and advancing the careers of professional nurses, supporting individual and collective efforts by registered nurses to protect their clients and enhancing the professional development and job security of registered nurses. As the nation's health care system is restructured, ANA is actively engaged in initiatives to strengthen the economic and general welfare of registered nurses, the safety and care for the public, and, in partnership with the state nurses associations (SNAs), oppose efforts to replace registered nurses with inappropriate substitutes.

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