NAHN COVID-19 Resource Center


NAHN is speaking out, fighting for nurses, and fighting for our communities

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NAHN Voices

NAHN nurses have told their stories and made voices heard. Using mainstream media, our nurses have appeared on local and national news broadcasts, magazines. They’ve used their websites and social media pages, and developed PSAs and public affairs campaigns and made themselves heard.

Click here to Hear Their Voices

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Calls for Action

NAHN calls on the White House, Congress and federal and state officials for immediate action to protect and sustain nurses and all other front line providers so they can safely care for patients during the COVID-19 crisis. We stand with the heroes on the front lines of this global pandemic.

Here are our Calls for Action

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Nurses, other health care providers, and the public need resources for mental health, self-care, and information about COVID-19 and the status of Personal Protective Equipment and forecasting on what may be yet to come. The CDC offers ongoing guidance as the situation continues to evolve.

Here are Your Resources

Thank you and Gracias in many languages

A little motivation goes a long way when it comes to surviving a crisis. Motivational messaging is available for sharing with nurses and the general public. From a simple “thank you” to tools you can use, we offer motivational messaging to show gratitude to those on the front lines You motivate others every day.

Thanks to Our Heroes