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When the ANA begun deliberations on reorganising the constituency model in the late 1970s, it ushered
in a new period of transition. This shifted the organization's focus away from individual members and
toward specialty practise support supervised by "sections and councils." to the federation model, in
which states work together to solve problems nurse associations regulated membership in the American
Nurses Relationships. Nurses formed new associations based on specialty preferences as "practise"
sections were abolished. This shift coincided with the American Nurses Association's support for nurse
unionisation following The National Labor Relations Act of 1974 was signed into law (personal
communication).16th of June, 2011 Virginia Nurses Association's Corinne Dorsey Committee on History;
ANA, 2009).
According to their mission and vision statements, unique to their field of expertise prioritiesEach of the
more than a hundred organisations that speak for nurses and nursing has its own mission, priorities, and
objectives. The American Nurses Association (ANA) is a national organisation, and the International
Nurses Association (INA) is an international organisation. The International Council of Nurses (ICN)
addresses both nurses' requirements and the nursing profession as a whole, regardless of specialization.
The American Nurses Association (ANA) is a professional organisation of nurses based in Silver Spring,
Maryland. www.nursingworld.org is a website dedicated to the profession of nursing.
Via its constituent member nurse unions and corporate affiliates, The American Nurses Association
(ANA) is the largest full-service professional organisation representing the nation's 3.1 million registered
nurses. The American Nurses Association is a professional organisation for nurses (ANA) promotes
nursing as a specialty by promoting high nursing practise standards. advancing nurses' occupational
privileges, presenting a favourable and practical image lobbying congress and regulatory agencies on
healthcare issues that concern nurses and the general public Its goal is to: Nurses are working to further
our practise in order to improve the welfare of all (ANA, 2011a)
The International Council of Nurses (ICN) is a non-profit organisation headquartered in Geneva,
Switzerland. http://www.icn.ch/
The International Council of Nurses (ICN) is a group of over 130 national nurse organisations. ANA, as
well as other nursing organisations, represents More than 13 million nurses work around the world. The
International Council of Nurses (ICN) is the first and largest international organisation for health
professionals, having been established in 1899. ICN, which is run by nurses and leading nurses from
around the world, works to ensure that everyone receives strong health plans, and high-quality nursing
care are implemented around the world, that nursing expertise is advanced, and that a valued nursing
profession, as well as a well-trained and contented nursing workforce exist everywhere. Its goal is to
represent nursing around the world, advance the profession, and influence health policy. 2011 (ICN)

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