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Future Kentucky Nurses, Unite! Make Your Mark at Nurses Day at the Capitol

Hey Kentucky Association of Nursing Students (KANS) crew! 

Howdy from your President, eager to jump into this semester with you all. Buckle up, because KANS is here to fuel your nursing journey with incredible opportunities!

First and foremost, let's raise our stethoscopes (or coffee mugs?) to Nurses Day at the Capitol on February 8th in Frankfort (9am-3pm ET). This isn't just an event, it's a chance to be a healthcare game-changer. Join nurses from across the state as we advocate for legislation that directly impacts patients and our future careers. 

Picture this:

  • Rub elbows with healthcare pros, advocates, and policymakers: Network with the top brass and gain invaluable insights.

  • Champion patient care: Be the voice for positive change in Kentucky's healthcare landscape.

  • Jumpstart your nursing career: Show off your leadership skills and passion for making a difference.

Speaking of making a difference, we're searching for student rockstars to speak at the event! If you're bursting with ideas and ready to share your nursing vision, drop us a line – your voice matters!

Ready to register and make your mark? Click this link and join the Nurses Day at the Capitol crew: REGISTER HERE

Don't be shy, spread the word – the more KANS members, the louder our impact!

KANS is more than just an association; it's a family, a support system, and a springboard for your nursing ambitions. Let's do this together!

Onward to excellence,

Ryan Barrett

State President, Kentucky Association of Nursing Students

P.S. Don't forget to share the Nurses Day at the Capitol registration link with your fellow KANS members! The more the merrier, and the louder our voices for Kentucky's nursing future!

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Nisia Thornton
Nisia Thornton
28 de jan.

I am the Kentucky Nurses Association Board of Directors' Chapter Liaison. In this position I get to connect with nursing students and nurses across the Commonwealth! I am learning the unique challenges and opportunities in each of our 11 chapters and the concerns we all have in common. As I work full time as the nurse clinician in charge of the University of Cincinnati Health's Outpatient Parenteral Antimicrobial Therapy program, I cannot often travel for in-person events, but I do hope to meet more of you online or in-person. I have been a Northern Kentucky resident my whole life, and deeply appreciate the opportunities the KNA provides for serving my home state! The very best to you all in your…

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