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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Submit a poster abstract for the conference! All submissions due December 19. Find out more and submit today!

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