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AACN News Watch Weekly Edition

Published August 22, 2018

Weekly Digest

In the July-August 2018 issue of the Journal of Professional Nursing, AACN's official scholarly publication, the following articles are featured among other submissions:

AACN Updates

Apply Now for the CDC Public Health Informatics Fellowship Program

Nomination Deadline Approaching for Outstanding Dissertation and DNP Project Awards

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The Social Pulse

Webinar: Explore the Benefits of Competency-Based Education 
Competency-based education (CBE) has gained considerable traction and is recognized as an effective instructional approach for students and institutions. Discover the types of programs in which CBE has had the most progress, why the approach has taken off, and how advocates are overcoming regulatory challenges in this Inside Higher Ed webinar.  

Campaign for Action Publishes Latest Nursing Journeys Blog on Moving Diversity in Nursing Forward
Campaign for Action recently published a Nursing Journeys blog post that highlights Campaign for Action coalition leaders discussing their career paths and reflecting on lessons learned along the way. Read more about Dr. Deborah Washington, a national leader on diversity in nursing and her advice for the next generation of nursing leaders.

Washington Weekly

Inside this edition of Washington Weekly: With only 75 days until midterm elections, make sure to sign up for Nursing Voices Nursing Votes; the Senate takes up LHHS-ED fiscal year 2019 spending bill; and HHS reports on actions taken since the Administration unveiled the American Patients First Blueprint for drug pricing.

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Featured Resource

AACN Leadership Networks

At AACN, our goal is to connect you with like-minded academic nursing professionals who will help you sharpen your leadership skills and identify solutions and opportunites to succeed.

If you work in academic nursing, there is an AACN Leadership Network designed just for you!

Professionals engaged in a variety of functions within the nursing academic unit are represented among AACN's Leadership Networks, include those with the following job functions:

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