American Nurses Association: Action in Aftermath of Haitian Earthquake

By Linda Hassan Moderator Emeritus | 18 Jan, 2010

Two resources recently posted from the ANA.

ANA Takes Action in Aftermath of Haitian Earthquake. Posted on 1/15/2010

Volunteer Now!

Attached resource:
  • A Global Call to Action: Nurses to Aid in Haiti Volunteer & Disaster Relief Resources (download, 117.0 KB)

    Summary: This resource serves the purpose of addressing initial questions about how to help in the recovery and relief services in Haiti. Plus this resource guide identifies current news on Haiti recovery, media sources, fallen or missing nurses, and general information about the struggles in Haiti prior to the earthquake as well as donation resources to help the surviving victims of the earthquake.

    Source: University of Maryland School of Nursing - Nurses for Global Health

    Publication Date: January 17, 2010

    Language: English

    Keywords: Disaster Relief, Haiti, Relief & Recovery



Linda Hassan Moderator Emeritus Replied at 10:02 AM, 22 Jan 2010

Linda Hassan Moderator Emeritus Replied at 6:06 PM, 22 Jan 2010

The ANA switched to an online form where you can get into their database. Follow this link and fill it out. According to Amy Brewer, "We [ANA] caution people that we’re very much in a “holding pattern” right now, so you may not hear about any opportunities for weeks, maybe months. But this will be a very, very long recovery process, and that’s when your help will be most needed". Thank you. Katie's information is below if you have further questions.

Katie Brewer, MSN, RN
Senior Policy Analyst
American Nurses Association

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