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Green Tip: Keep Warm This Winter

Adding a sweater and keeping your thermostat set a few degrees cooler are smart ways to save some energy. But there are many ways to save energy that will conserve energy resources andsave you money. Get tips on installing a programmable thermostat, performing regular maintenance, insulating your home, plugging leaks to block drafts and more at the EarthShare Web site.

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AAACN Online Library Offers a Variety of Contact Hour Credit

Members and colleagues have convenient access to an array of continuing education in AAACN's Online Library. ViewPoint articles with free contact hours, conference sessions, and Audio Seminars are all just a click away. The Online Library also offers "In Brief" sessions, which are similar topics combined in one session with more than one presenter, that may help improve your practice.

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How You Can Help Victims of Haiti Earthquake

In the wake of the devastation in Haiti, AAACN joins the American Nurses Association (ANA) to convey our deepest sympathies to those who have suffered incalculable losses.

ANA has received a request from the International Medical Corps (www.imcworldwide.org) to assist in recruiting registered nurses who specialize in:

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Donating through the American Red Cross to Help the Victims of Haiti

The American Red Cross is sending a team of trained Red Cross responders to support their local staff and the Haitian Red Cross volunteers already providing food, water, and medical treatment to survivors. The Red Cross pledged $200,000 from their International Response Fund in relief services immediately after the disaster, and has increased their commitment to $1 million thanks to the advance generosity of everyone.

> Learn More about the Red Cross International Response Fund

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