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Participate in a Short Online Study on Palliative Care

We are looking for nurses to complete a 15-minute online survey on their knowledge of the palliative care competencies. The goal is to identify the high priority palliative care educational needs of nurses in Texas and to develop educational offerings.


Bylaws Amendments Election

The TONL Board of Directors has approved proposed changes to the TONL Bylaws which were submitted by the TONL Bylaws Committee. The primary purpose of the proposed changes is to maintain alignment of TONL’s bylaws with the Mission and operations of TONL and AONL.

The TONL Board of Directors respectfully submits the proposed changes to the TONL Membership for your vote through Thursday, March 5, 2020.

I Didn’t See it Coming: Mental Health Preparedness for Nurses
By Kit Bredimus, DNP, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, CNML, NE-BC
In 2018, nearly one in five Americans experienced a mental health condition, yet only half of those living with mental illness received treatment
Learn to De-Stress and Reset Right at Your Desk
By Susan Greenwood
Health care professionals, regardless of the practice setting, are uniquely prone to stress and burnout. Reith (2018) states that burnout has reached “rampant levels” with over one half of physicians and one third of nurses experiencing symptoms.

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