Networks of Support: Connecting Wyoming Nurses
Wyoming Nurses Association will be hosting “virtual meet-ups” this Friday, March 20 at 11 AM (MDT), and Sunday, March 22 at 3 PM (MDT)
With our nurses working countless hours on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic, WNA wanted to provide a resource for information and open discussion across our network.
These sessions will be facilitated by WNA leadership, but we’re encouraging an open forum for sharing experiences, ideas, and questions. These discussions will be limited to the first 100 participants logged into each conversation.
These sessions are not limited to WNA membership, and we’re hoping our members will invite colleagues across their network. WNA will also be compiling resources for our members and post them on our communications channels (articles, listings, activities for kids, etc.).
Our first virtual meet-up (3/20) will include collaborative discussion and sharing on Nursing Faculty & Students Facing Uncertainty, and the second (3/22) will focus on Connecting with Nursing Peers Across Wyoming. These topics are just the basis of discussion – we welcome you to bring additional ideas to the table.
Click on the links below to learn more about each session:
WNA is committed to our members, our partners, and all nurses across the state. We need to be a resource, and we want to provide you with more than just another article. WNA is here for you during this trying time, and through fellowship, resilience, and support, we’ll get through this together!