Email Discussion Lists

Email discussion lists are communication tools used by AAACN's special interest groups (SIGs) and for other specific discussions. An email discussion list's goal is to provide networking and resource information that may help you with your day-to-day practice and management.

NEW Core Curriculum

Available to ORDER NOW! The Core contains 13 chapters all written by nurse experts for you, the registered nurse. Whatever your role, you will find this groundbreaking new textbook an indispensable guide to the state of research evidence for care coordination and transition management.

AAACN White Paper

"The Need for an Ambulatory Nurse Residency Program," paper outlines the need for a formalized competency based nurse residency program for all nurses new to ambulatory practice.

CDC Advisory (09.12.2014) - Severe Respiratory Illness Associated with Enterovirus D68 – Multiple States, 2014

Recent increases in hospitalizations of patients with severe respiratory illness. Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) has been detected in specimens from children with severe illness in Missouri and Illinois. Read and download more information...

NOW AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE: Care Coordination and Transition Management (CCTM) Core Curriculum

Care Coordination and Transition Management (CCTM) Core Curriculum

The text is written for nurses in all settings; from ambulatory care to hospitals, extended care facilities to student nurses. The text is evidence based and is organized to include definitions, learning outcomes and objectives, a table of knowledge, skills, and attitudes (KSAs), and nationally recognized core competencies for quality and safety education for nurses (QSEN), inter-professional collaborative practice, and public health nursing competencies.

Catalyst for Change in Nurse Staffing

Position Paper in Nursing Economic$ Offers Landmark Model and Call to Action. The health care world has shifted on its axis, taking nurse staffing with it. Traditional staffing models are no longer going to meet the needs as care models rapidly change. The result? Inefficiencies in many settings and gaps in patient care.

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