CT Nurses Foundation COVID-19 Hero Fund
Since 1904, the Connecticut Nurses Association (CNA) advocates for all nurses, regardless of practice setting.
Our goal is to strengthen and protect the viability of the nursing profession and enhance health care for our communities.
Professional development addresses nursing best practices and standards of care that are dynamic and constantly evolving.
Through our advocacy and educational work, CT Nurses Association is there to help shape the future of nursing and to support the health of our state.
In the event that the novel coronavirus crisis worsens, CT needs the help of additional qualified health professionals and related professionals to supplement our hospital capacity on a temporary basis to treat seriously ill coronavirus patients including those that may need critical care.
The Medical Reserve Corp is local volunteer units of licensed health care professionals who are called upon to strengthen public health, reduce vulnerability and improve preparedness, response and recovery capabilities., from helping at a soup kitchen to supporting
Connecticut Nurses in the News
April 4, 2020
Featuring CT Nurses' Association Leadership
Stephanie Paulmeno, President and Julia Rosa, Secretary
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