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  • Mother Jones RN
    Mother Jones RN

    November 21, 2007 at 5:00 pm

    What a super post! I also support the establishment of the Office of the National Nurse.


  • Susan Sullivan
    Susan Sullivan

    November 21, 2007 at 7:05 pm

    I too have admired the efforts of Teri Mills to elevate the CNO of the USPHS to a more visible and nationally prominent position. That office will then be positioned to lead a cultural shift to prevention in our healthcare. The resistance of “nursing leaders” is perplexing…Any minimal funding necessary to retitle the position will yield a dramatic return on investment, as focusing on prevention saves healthcare dollars and reduces morbidity caused by preventable diseases in our nation. Such a prestigious national nursing leader would impact nursing recruitment, job satisfaction and retention…Surely nursing leaders can see this is a no-brainer… it is a win/win for nursing, patients and the nation. Go for it!

  • Monica Flannery, RN
    Monica Flannery, RN

    December 16, 2007 at 1:14 pm

    I have worked with Terri on a few projects to enhance the visibility and awareness for the creation of an Office of the Natinal Nurse.
    Nurses are highly regarded and have a persona of respect as we are on the forefront to advocate for all our patients.
    The evidence, support, and desire is overwelmingly united by nurses and the public. We have the power to identify risk factors and educate the public on working on prevention of disease.
    The Government usually deals with crisis aftermath but a change is needed to identify risks and use our nurses to de-escalate potential medical crisis into a proactive approach. Government prominence and funding is a necessity to focus on promoting Health and educating on the benefits of Preventative Health behaviors.
    Our school systems are a major concern: kids are falling through the cracks and have no resources to deal with their stressors. Many situations have arised that could have been prevented. Virginia Tech, is one prime example. Our troops are another significant concern. Our troops need to have education and resources to help them transition back into society. Mental Health needs to be Governmentally recognized and funding should be the very least we can offer our kids for their devoted tour duties.
    I strongly support the formation of the National Nurse and feel the time is of the essence.
    Many of our troops are homeless, have unmarketable skills and are dealing with severe Post-Tramatic Stress Syndrome. It is our duty to help support them in their transition back into our society with support systems in place to help them deal with their traumas and re-educate them to be marketable. We owe them more than what they are currently being offered.
    NJ supports the creation of ONN on a National Level.
    Monica J. Flannery, RN

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