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World Health Organization (WHO)

@WHO
It’s #WorldHumanitarianDay
The health argument for climate action is clear. The same unsustainable choices that destroy our planet are affecting our health. Safeguarding human health from #ClimateChange impacts 🌪️☀️🌊🔥 is more urgent than ever.#TheHumanRace
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CDC

@CDCgov
New @CDCMMWR finds #RapidAntigenTesting has value in helping control the spread of #COVID19 in remote Alaskan areas by providing same-day results that allow for fast self-isolation & treatment. Quicker test results help #PreventOutbreaks. Learn more: https://bit.ly/mm7033a3 .
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AANP
@AANP_NEWS
More than 7,000 NPs in N.C. are key to solving the state’s health care crisis, AANP Region 4 Director Dr. Frank Manole told @CarolinaJounal. Lawmakers must remove barriers that prevent patients from accessing health care, he said: https://www.carolinajournal.com/opinion-article/amid-resurgent-pandemic-north-carolina-must-expand-health-care-access/ … #NPsLead
Amid resurgent pandemic, North Carolina must expand health care access – Carolina Journal
Health care comes at a premium for many North Carolinians who wait weeks for appointments, travel miles to see a clinician, and endure costly inefficiencies and inequities within the health care…
carolinajournal.com
Aug 19, 2021
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CDC

@CDCgov
Estimates show the Delta variant caused nearly 99% of recent #COVID19 cases in the United States. Help protect yourself against Delta & other variants of the virus that causes COVID-19 by getting vaccinated.
More about variant proportions in your area: https://bit.ly/32Dpji3 .
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AANP
@AANP_NEWS
Let’s Stop HIV Together NP Clinical Ambassador Dr. @jasonfarleyJHU discusses @CDCgov data for patients living with #HIV; the future of HIV prevention, testing & treatment; & how NPs can integrate tests & screenings into their practice. Listen now: http://aanp.org/podcast #NPsLead
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Dr. Karen Cox
@DrKarenCox
In a recent @COVIDOversight hearing, @DrJulieMorita stressed the urgency of examining vaccination rates within local communities. “It is at the neighborhood level where we can save lives.” @RANDCorporation @RWJF https://www.rwjf.org/en/library/interactives/covid-19-community-response–emerging-themes-across-sentinel-communities.html …
COVID-19 Community Response: Emerging Themes Across Sentinel Communities
rwjf.org
Aug 18, 2021
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AHRQ

@AHRQNews
#Longtermcare leaders: Access #AHRQ’s Toolkit to Improve Antibiotic Use in Long-Term Care. It offers staff training materials, slide presentations with scripts, family engagement information, posters, and more. http://ahrq.gov/antibioticLTC
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AANP President
@PresidentAANP
Amid resurgent pandemic, North Carolina must expand health care access @AANP_News https://www.carolinajournal.com/opinion-article/amid-resurgent-pandemic-north-carolina-must-expand-health-care-access/ … #NPsLead
Amid resurgent pandemic, North Carolina must expand health care access – Carolina Journal
Health care comes at a premium for many North Carolinians who wait weeks for appointments, travel miles to see a clinician, and endure costly inefficiencies and inequities within the health care…
carolinajournal.com
Aug 16, 2021
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Minority Health

@MinorityHealth
Take a look at this training from @CDCInjury for ED staff on #opioid use disorder. ⬇️ https://twitter.com/CDCInjury/status/1427321830432550913
Aug 16, 2021
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Johnson & Johnson Nursing

@JNJNursing
It’s #NationalImmunizationMonth! #Vaccines have been a critical part of our nation’s history for quite some time — spanning from the Revolutionary War to today’s pandemic. Learn more about the importance of vaccines: https://bit.ly/2U9JZ0F #COVIDFACTS4NURSES
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APNA
@AmerPsychNurses
Are you proud to be a psych #mentalhealth #nurse? Come together with the community that knows you best at #PMHNCon! http://buff.ly/2TS4pL0
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Dr. Vivek Murthy, U.S. Surgeon General

@Surgeon_General
Today, we are announcing that the #COVID19 vaccination will be required for the 6000+ members of the @usphscc, one of our nation’s 8 uniformed services and the one dedicated to protecting, promoting, and advancing the health and safety of our nation.
Aug 12, 2021
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Nurses Association

@ANANursingWorld
The White House COVID-19 response team invites you to a virtual conversation: Health Systems, Providers, and the COVID-19 Vaccinations Effort on Wednesday, August 18 at 12pm ET. To join, please visit: https://bit.ly/3k0ER7M
YouTube ‎@YouTube
Aug 16, 2021
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JONA Online
@JONAonline
It is vital that nurses develop positive work relationships, make efforts to balance work and family life, and cultivate a sense of control over stressful conditions, which can lead to developing resilience. @tweetAONL @anccofficial @ANANursingWorldhttps://journals.lww.com/jonajournal/Abstract/2021/07000/A_Descriptive_Study_of_Resiliency_and_Health_in.5.aspx …
A Descriptive Study of Resiliency and Health in Practicing… : JONA: The Journal of Nursing…
using the Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale and PROMIS Global Health. One sample t test compared the study group to the general population mean of resiliency, physical and mental health scores. Linear…
journals.lww.com
Aug 13, 2021
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CDC

@CDCgov
Pregnant and recently pregnant people are more likely to get severely ill from #COVID19, although the overall risk is low. If you are pregnant, visit CDC’s webpage to learn what you need to know to stay healthy and avoid getting sick: https://bit.ly/3fBCIPo .
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JONA Online
@JONAonline
In strong governance structures, prioritizing the contribution of clinical nurses can help sustain and advance nursing practice in all areas. @tweetAONL @anccofficial @ANANursingWorldhttps://journals.lww.com/jonajournal/Abstract/2021/07000/Pandemic_Challenges__Keeping_Nursing_Research.4.aspx …
Pandemic Challenges: Keeping Nursing Research Alive : JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration
ward….
journals.lww.com
Aug 16, 2021
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Dr. Karen Cox
@DrKarenCox
I’ve started my week feeling inspired, thx to this young Iowa scientist! I hope you take a few mins to learn why issues of equity are personal for Dasia & support efforts to increase access to quality, affordable #healthcare for all @NewsHour. https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/17-year-old-black-girl-makes-color-changing-sutures-that-detect-infection …
17-year-old makes color changing sutures that detect infection
All over the world, infections at the site of surgical incisions are a major cause of new illnesses, extended hospital stays and even death. In the U.S. alone, these infections cost more than $3…
pbs.org
Aug 16, 2021
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Florida Hospital Association

@FLHospitalAssn
ℹ Florida COVID-19 Update for August 11, 2021
🔴 Total Confirmed Hospitalizations: 15,071
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HHS_ASPE
@HHS_ASPE
ASPE @Health_Affairs Blog: “Addressing the Maternal Health Crisis Through Improved Data Infrastructure: Guiding Principles for Progress.” Describes HHS activities aimed at using better data to achieve optimal #maternalhealth for all: https://www.healthaffairs.org/do/10.1377/hblog20210729.265068/full/ …
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NASN, Inc.
@schoolnurses
Q2: #schoolnurses are leaders who bridge health care and education, and collaborate to help create healthy communities. RT @theNAMedicine: Q2. How can harnessing nurses’ full potential benefit health care institutions and communities? #Nursing2030
Q2. How can harnessing nurses’ full potential benefit health care institutions and communities? #Nursing2030Aug 10, 2021
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For this last week of discussion, go back to the lesson for the week and review the Nurses on Boards and the National Nurse Campaign. As you reflect on what you have learned over the last 8 weeks:
1.  What are your plans for the future?
2.  Will you heed the call for action and join an organization like Nurses on Boards or become engaged with the National Nurse Campaign?
3.  Will you join a professional nursing organization?
4.  Do you have other ideas that would work to benefit your community or an organization that is important to you?
5.  Share with the class what your plans are now that you have a new awareness of your abilities and capabilities to provide advocacy beyond the beside.
6.  Compose your final Tweet about this class. Remember to be concise as Twitter only allows 140 characters. Share your Tweet in the discussion.