Open and Active Calls for Volunteers

The American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing (AAACN) members are the strength of our association.

Your time, talent, and expertise guide the organization and advance the specialty of ambulatory care nursing. Find below open and active calls for volunteers.   

    

Volunteers needed for the Ambulatory Care Nursing Scope and Standards Update Task Force

AAACN is forming a new Task Force to update and revise the Scope and Standards of Practice for Professional Ambulatory Care Nursing, 9th Edition, and create the 10th edition.

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Deadline to apply: August 2, 2021.

    

Volunteers Needed: Nurse-Sensitive Indicator Industry Report Revision Task Force

AAACN is forming a new Task Force to revise the original NSI Industry Report and provide updates on the state of the industry, NSIs currently available, NSIs in progress, proposed NSIs for future development, and strategies for enculturation into nursing practice.

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Deadline to apply: August 16, 2021.

    

Call for Nursing Economic$ Manuscripts for Pivoting the Nursing Workforce: Global Challenges and Crises

The Nursing Economic$ January/February 2022 Special Issue will highlight how the nursing workforce must be better informed, educated, and responsive – pivoting toward global challenges and crises.

Learn how you can submit a manuscript for publication!

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Deadline for manuscript submissions: September 3, 2021.

    

Volunteers Needed for Nursing Economic$ Manuscript Review Panel

Nursing Economic$, the Journal for Healthcare Leaders, seeks expert nurse leaders in clinical, academic, ambulatory, industry, private practice, and other healthcare-related settings to join its Manuscript Review Panel.

Reviewers evaluate the accuracy and relevancy of information in submitted manuscripts. When possible, reviewers evaluate the research designs of submitted studies. Manuscript reviewers are asked to evaluate 2 to 4 manuscripts per year.

The review panel position has no monetary reimbursement but is a vital and respected component of professional nursing scholarship. If you are interested in sharing your expertise with your colleagues as a member of the Manuscript Review Panel, please email a letter of introduction and your CV to nejrnl@ajj.com.

    

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