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Vote for Nurses: ANA President, Other Nurse Leaders on Ballot for Modern Healthcare’s 100 Most Influential People

ANA President Karen A. Daley, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN, is among the nurses nominated for Modern Healthcare’s Annual “100 Most Influential People in Healthcare” ballot. ANA encourages you to show support for the nursing profession by voting for ANA’s president and other nurse leaders. Now is the time to make sure nurses are recognized as influential people in health care.

Let’s work together to acknowledge the vital contributions of nurse leaders.  You can help make it happen by voting here. Voting will continue through Friday, June 24.   This year, you are asked to vote for your top five leaders.  The final ranking will be published in the Aug. 22, 2011, issue of Modern Healthcare.

Nominated Nurses

Linda Aiken
Univ. of Pennsylvania School of Nursing

Geraldine “Polly” Bednash
American Association of Colleges
of Nursing

Twila Brase
Citizens’ Council on Health Care

Ruth Brinkley
Carondelet Health Network

Karen Daley
American Nurses Association

Patricia Hemingway Hall
Health Care Service Corp

Sister Carol Keehan
Catholic Health Association

Beverly Malone
National League for Nursing

Valinda Rutledge
CaroMont Health

Sister Mary Jean Ryan
SSM Health Care

Pamela Thompson
American Organization of Nurse Executives

Mary Wakefield
Health Resources and Services Administration

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