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A Magnetic conference

Thousands of nurses learn and share strategies to improve care and work environments (more…)

ANA Enterprise News April 2021

The American Nurses Association (ANA) is working with other national organizations to build the public’s confidence in and acceptance of…

Anatomy lesson 101

ANA’s National Center for Nursing Quality promotes nursing quality and patient safety while helping nurses advocate for themselves.

Asthma education for pediatric patients

What’s a nurse to do without an asthma educator? CNE 1.5 contact Hours Learning Objectives 1. Identify triggers associated with asthma.…
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BSN in ten

Nurse leaders nationwide promote measure to benefit patient care and RNs’ careers. To garner support for a measure that promotes…
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Career options for Nurse Educators

Learn about educators’ roles in both the clinical and academic setting. Teaching nurses is an exciting and challenging career, and the…
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I always loved taking care of patients. It was fun, exciting, intellectually stimulating, and rewarding. To this day, I remember…
How to fund your nursing education

How to fund your nursing education

If you’re looking for ways to fund your nursing education, don’t expect money to arrive on your doorstep. You need…

Nurses Hacking Healthcare

When you hear the word “hackathon,” you may not necessarily envision a room full of nurses brainstorming ideas. Traditionally, hackathons…

Nursing scholarships

American Nurse would like to highlight some nursing scholarships for current students, or individuals planning to go into the nursing…

Penn again WHO/PAHO collaborating center

The University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing has again been designated as a World Health Organization/Pan American Health Organization (WHO/PAHO)…
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Plant a tree

“Years ago, someone planted a tree that provides shade for us today,” said Barbara Jones Warren, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, FNAP,…

Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy

Education and surveillance are key for patients at risk for this rare but fatal complication.  Takeaways: Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML)…

Set goals to propel your nursing career

Education, certification, teaching, and active association membership are keys to professional growth. Many of us view nursing as a calling.…

Taking it to the top

The Doctor of Nursing Practice degree has aroused confusion and controversy. Learn why.

Nursing Career Facts

The facts about your Nursing Career

Nursing is the nation’s largest health care profession with more 3.1 – 3.6 million registered nurses practicing nationwide. Despite its…
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The many merits of mentoring

Have you ever felt unsure about your next career step or just needed advice from a more seasoned professional? Natalie…

We’re almost there

With Congress on the brink of authorizing substantially more money to train advance practice nurses, we’re coming ever closer to gaining equal footing with primary-care physicians.

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