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  • AACN Awards 2019 NIDA Award to Monjama Korngor

    Student News— December 05, 2019

    Congratulations Monjama Korngor on receiving the 2019 American Association Colleges of Nursing (AACN) and the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) Substance Use Disorders Evidence-Based Practice Training Award.

  • AACN News Watch Weekly Edition

    News, Newsletter— December 04, 2019

    In this week's News Watch, take a look back at 2009, check out all of the member news and announcements, and read Washington Weekly.

  • AACN's Washington Weekly

    Advocacy, Policy— December 04, 2019

    Inside this edition of Washington Weekly: Register for AACN’s webinar on the NIH All of Us Research Program on December 10; Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee announced their call for nominations; and reserve your spot at AACN’s 2020 Student Policy Summit today.

  • AACN News Watch Weekly Edition

    News, Newsletter— November 20, 2019

    In this week's News Watch, take a look back at 1998, catch up on Washington Weekly, and view all opportunities available in academic nursing.

  • AACN's Washington Weekly

    Advocacy, Policy— November 20, 2019

    Inside this edition of Washington Weekly: AACN Government Affairs Committee Chair Testifies before the House Committee on Small Business; National Rural Health Day is November 21; and amplify the nursing voice with AACN’s Nursing Voices, Nursing Votes campaign.

  • Palliative Care Is Growing Across the US

    News— November 20, 2019

    According to a 2019 report from the Center to Advance Palliative Care, 12 million adults and 400,000 children residing in America today are living with a serious illness (cancer, heart and/or kidney disease, dementia, etc).  There has never been a more critical time for nursing students to be prepared to meet the challenges that lie ahead.

  • ASAM and AACN Partner to Increase Critical Addiction Training for Nurse Practitioners

    News— November 20, 2019

    AACN is pleased to announce a new opportunity for schools offering primary care NP programs to participate in an exciting federally funded initiative to increase substance use disorder education in NP curricula.

  • AACN Government Affairs Chair, Nancy Fahrenwald, Testifies Before the House Committee on Small Business

    Press Release— November 15, 2019

    AACN applauds Dr. Nancy Fahrenwald, Dean and Professor at the Texas A&M University College of Nursing, for presenting testimony before the House Committee on Small Business on the role of innovation in academic nursing on Wednesday, November 13. Dr. Fahrenwald, who serves as the Chair of AACN’s Government Affairs Committee, discussed how her school of nursing is using clinical simulation to augment nursing curriculum and better prepare tomorrow’s practitioners and caregivers.

  • AACN News Watch Weekly Edition

    News, Newsletter— November 13, 2019

    In this week's News Watch, take a look back at 1985, view all new partnerships and grant-funded initiatives, and read about policy with Washington Weekly.

  • AACN's Washington Weekly

    Advocacy, Policy— November 13, 2019

    Inside this edition of Washington Weekly: Students explore careers in the health professions; and 2020 Student Policy Summit registration is open.