WHO is a Public Health Nurse?

WHAT does PHNAC mean to you?

HOW do we practice in Colorado?

A public health nurse is a leader in public health, using nursing, social, and public health sciences to improve the health of individuals, families, communities, and populations.
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The Public Health Nurses Association of Colorado is the nursing association for professional nurses who are committed to the advancement of public health nursing. 
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The Public Health Nurse Practice Council represents and promotes public health nursing practice within Colorado through a strong and unified statewide voice
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Apply for the 2015 Leslie Groy Scholarship! Applications due October 30th!

If you are a member of PHNAC actively working on either an undergraduate degree or an advanced degree, we strongly encourage you to apply for the Leslie Groy Scholarship. This is a $1,000 scholarship, which can be renewed annually.
The deadline for submission is October 30th. Refer to the CNF website and application package for more details.

 


Congratulations to the 2014 PHNAC Award winners!

Exemplary Frontier Public Health Nurse: Susan Kelly, Lincoln County Public Health; Trish McClain, Northeast Colorado Health Department

Lillian Wald Award: Tsering K Dorjee, (formerly) Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

New Public Health Nurse of the Year: Andrea Mujica, Tri-County Health Department

PHNAC Award for Excellence: Martha Hubbard, Teller County