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  • AACN Seeks Feedback for New Position Statement on the Research-Focused Doctorate

    Announcement, Membership— October 15, 2021

    Today, the Task Force is releasing a draft of the new position statement on the research-focused doctorate for your review and feedback. As part of the consensus-building process, AACN is seeking comments from AACN members and stakeholders from October 15-29, 2021.

  • AACN News Watch Weekly Edition

    News, Newsletter— October 13, 2021

    On September 16, 2021, Dr. Victoria Niederhauser, dean of the College of Nursing at the University of Tennessee Knoxville and member of the AACN Board of Directors, contributed a guest column to Knox News titled Building a Resilient Nursing Workforce.

  • AACN's Washington Weekly

    Advocacy, Policy— October 13, 2021

    Inside this edition of Washington Weekly: Department of Education Announces New Actions Regarding the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program; Urge Congress to Support and Pass the Student Assisted Vaccination Effort (SAVE); and Mark Your Calendar: Registration Opens Monday, October 18 for AACN’s 2022 Student Policy Summit!

  • Call for Abstracts for 2022 Research Leadership Network Program:

    Announcement— October 13, 2021

    AACN's Research Leadership Network (RLN) is seeking abstracts that specifically address best practices for inclusive recruitment, retention, dissemination, and overall engagement of participants in research.

  • GNSA Bulletin - October 2021 Edition

    Student News— October 07, 2021

    Learn how to get the most out of attending a conference to meet your goals, deal with conference etiquette, and balance socialization and self-care. Share your experience with attending a nursing conference through the GNSA community.

  • AACN News Watch Weekly Edition

    News, Newseltter— October 06, 2021

    In the October 2021 issue of Nurse Leader, Drs. Michael Bleich, Deborah Zimmermann, and Beverly Hancock take a closer look at Unprecedented Leadership: How Nurses Responded to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

  • AACN's Washington Weekly

    Advocacy, Policy— October 06, 2021

    Inside this edition of Washington Weekly: Federal Government Shutdown Adverted: Congress Passes and the President Signs CR; AACN Attends Virtual Event on COVID-19 and the Opioid Epidemic; and Update from HHS’ COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force Meeting.

  • AACN News Watch Weekly Edition

    News, Newseltter— September 29, 2021

    AACN values innovation. When the association’s Board of Directors was tasked a few years back with distilling the organization’s four core values, Innovation was identified along with Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion, and Integrity.

  • AACN's Washington Weekly

    Advocacy, Policy— September 29, 2021

    Inside this edition of Washington Weekly: AACN Participates in 2021 Rally for Medical Research’s Virtual Hill Day; U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps Service Recognition Included in House Passed National Defense Authorization Act; and Due October 1: Apply for a $10,000 All of Us Research Program Mini-Grant Award.

  • Registration Ends Tomorrow! Host a Booth at the NursingCAS Virtual College Recruitment Fair

    Announcement— September 29, 2021

    Colleges interested in hosting a booth at the NursingCAS Virtual College Recruitment Fair on October 7 must register by Thursday, September 30. This event allows colleges to reach prospective students at a low cost with no travel involved. Last year 115 NursingCAS member schools and over 3,300 students registered for the event. Website and event sponsorships are also available.