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Debora La Torre:

It is an honor and privilege to serve as NAHN New Jersey Chapter President and hope to welcome you to our NAHN familia. Our NAHN New Jersey members have and continue to strive to make an impact in our Latino communities in New Jersey; From our “Muevete” campaign to donating bicycles during National Night Out in West New York, to educating our local communities on the importance of immunizations, to lifesaving techniques with the “Stop the Bleed” campaign, and having our annual scholarship fundraiser dinner that helps future generations of nurses progress within our profession. With over a decade serving New Jersey, our organization’s efforts have no known borders and have been recognized on national and state levels. We are working on a variety of healthcare projects, and community services throughout New Jersey and there are so many ways for you to get involved and have access to other motivational nurses. I hope to see you at our future events and meet our other amazing members, who aspire so many in our nursing profession.

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PTS Manual

PTS Manual

PTS Chapter

PTS Chapter

Chapter Member Sol Angélica Muñiz collaborated with the Panamerican Trauma Society (PTS) to develop and publish the first trauma injury nursing manual for nurses from Central and South America and the Caribbean. This is a major milestone as there is a lack of trauma injury resources for nurses in these countries. The manual has been released in Portuguese and will also be translated into Spanish and English. Ms. Muñiz wrote Chapter 17: Trauma Program Manager, which focuses on the history of the trauma nurse and trauma program manager role.

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New Jersey Chapter members, Suleima Rosario-Diaz, Gina Miranda-Diaz and Sarah Munoz, participated in a flu clinic in the Town of West New York where nearly 150 children were vaccinated. It was our pleasure to be present and part of such an important community intervention.
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