• Be on High Alert: Phishing Scams Targeting Nurses

    Scammers target specific individuals by connecting the dots of that individual’s communication sphere and current circumstances. For example: we have seen that scammers pose themselves as a business function or management to communicate with other employees and/or business colleagues to disclose their personal information, login credentials or trade secrets.

    Scammers are targeting nurses by sending them official looking letters from nursing regulatory bodies (NRBs) or other state/federal agencies. These scammers know the business of the NRBs and are connecting with the nurses using messaging like “Your license is suspended or will be revoked unless you connect back with us and transfer funds to fulfill the financial obligation related to this inquiry…”
  • Upcoming COVID-19 webinar

    Special ANA COVID-19 Webinar
    Be Confident Protecting Yourself and Providing the Best Care to Your Patients During This COVID-19 Pandemic
    Nurses and health care workers face ongoing challenges with the supply and use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) during times of supply chain shortage, patient surge, and evolving evidence on COVID-19. ANA is partnering with the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) to bring you this free, online, on-demand webinar. A link to view the webinar at your convenience will be emailed to all registrants early the week of March 30.

    Register for the webinar here: