Nursing: The American Nurses Association Hall of Fame

Title

Nursing: The American Nurses Association Hall of Fame

Description

This prestigious award recognizes an individual’s lifelong commitment to the field of nursing and its impact on the health and/or social history of the U.S. The following individuals were inducted to the ANA Hall of Fame in 2014: Barbara Thoman Curtis, RN, Florida Nurses Association, Robert V. Piemonte, EdD, RN, CAE, FAAN, ANA-New York, Pearl McIver, MS, RN (1893–1976), RADM Jessie M. Scott, DSc, RN, FAAN (1915–2009), Pennsylvania State Nurses Association and Mary Ellen Patton, RN Ohio Nurses Association

The American Nurses Association (ANA) is the only full-service professional organization representing the nation's entire registered nurse population. From the halls of Congress and federal agencies to the board rooms, hospitals and other health care facilities, ANA is the strongest voice for the nursing profession. It is headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA.

Creator

American Nurses Association

Date

No date given

Source

2014 Hall of Fame Inductees

Source: American Nurses Association Hall of Fame

Rights

American Nurses Association

Publisher

American Nurses Association

Contributor

American Nurses Association

Format

Logo

Language

English

Type

Awards

Identifier

Profession

Coverage

Nursing

Files

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Reference

American Nurses Association, Nursing: The American Nurses Association Hall of Fame, American Nurses Association, No date given

Cite As

American Nurses Association, “Nursing: The American Nurses Association Hall of Fame,” Virtual Museum of Public Service, accessed July 2, 2022, https://vmps.omeka.net/items/show/30.