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NURSING POLICY: TNA WORKS FOR YOU!

The Texas Capitol in Austin may seem a world away from a nurse's day-to-day practice. To TNA, it’s practically home. TNA spends significant time at the Capitol advocating for nurses, the nursing profession, and quality health care for all Texans. TNA also monitors and works with the Texas Board of Nursing, other government agencies, partner nursing specialty groups, and hospitals and physician groups whenever possible.

Nursing Policy

TNA's Policy Council, expert advisors and DNP Policy Fellows help identify and shape priorities for the Legislative Session. Learn more about TNA's policy positions, the structure of the Policy Council and our 2018 Fellows.  

NLAC

The Nursing Legislative Agenda Coalition is a coalition of nursing organizations around 
Texas that join together to share ideas, strategies, and priorities for nursing issues during the Texas Legislative Session.

TEXAS NURSE PAC

TEXAS NURSE PAC is TNA's official political action committee. TEXAS NURSE PAC relies on individual contributions. If you are a TNA member, click below to learn more! If you are not yet a member of TNA, join our team today.

Nurse Action Center

During the Legislative Session, the Nurse Action Center will help you contact your representatives with just a few easy clicks! In the meantime, text TNA to 50457 to stay informed. 

About the Interim

Even though the Texas Legislature only meets for six months of every two years, our work never stops. During the eighteen months between legislative sessions, TNA works diligently to review and update our policy positions through a dedicated network of nurse members. The TNA Policy Council develops policy positions through multiple issue-based committees and expert advisors, and issues are fully vetted over the course of the interim to end up in the TNA Policy Book.

This interim, we will be focusing on APRN issues, Nursing Education, Workplace Advocacy, Regulatory issues, and Maternal Mortality.

In addition, we will explore the ever-changing role of nurses in the new millennium and how we can find what it is that makes nurses unique to the health care experience and cement nursing in that role.

To get involved in the conversations, please fill out this form to become an expert advisor, and help us fully explore all of the issues that relate to nursing.

Texas Nurses Association

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