Join a CNA Advisory and Networking Team Today

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In an effort to bring more value to CNA membership, increase member engagement, and bring a larger voice to the nursing profession in Colorado, CNA has created 4 new Advisory and Networking Teams (ANTs).

The CNA membership committee surveyed members to gain more information on the areas of nursing practice that are most desired for connection. The goal of these teams is to provide space for our members to connect with other like-minded members in the area that most fits their passion for nursing. These teams will serve as advisors for GAPP, the Board of Directors and others when determining position statements, legislative priorities, public comment, future legislative drafts, upcoming events, social media content, continued education and strategic initiatives of the organization. 

Based on the results of the survey, the following Advisory and Networking Teams have been created:

  • Rural Nursing (Nurses who work in sparsely populated and underserved geographical locations, including support for the unique challenges of rural care.)​
  • Nurse Educators/Professional Development (Ensuring the delivery of quality care to citizens by fostering and advancing the professional and educational development of nurses to the end that all people may have better nursing care.)​
  • Workplace Advocacy (Nurses interested in improving the workplace environment including areas such as violence, safe staffing and risk management.)​
  • Nursing Research (Nurses interested in all levels of healthcare-related research; health-related data collection that supports evidence-based practice and policy.)​ 

Whether you have a mild interest, are an expert, or looking to learn more, your participation and insight will bring value and success to these groups.

CNA members and Student Subscribers are invited to join any of these groups. Not a member? Join now!



Communicate with Members of your ANT by using the Website's Community Forums

A community forum has been created for each of the 4 Advisory & Networking Teams (ANTs). Once you have joined an ANT, you are automatically added to that team's community forum. To send a message to your ANT members, make sure you are logged into the website and click on your team below. Then click on "New Topic", create your message and click "Submit". Everyone in your ANT will receive an email with your message and can reply to your message.