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AAACN Member Interviewed for Article on Nursing Across State Lines interviewed member Carol Rutenberg, RNC-BC, MNSc, about AAACN's support of the Nurse Licensure Compact. Carol served as chair of AAACN's Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) Position Statement Task Force which recently completed AAACN's position statement on the NLC. In the article, Carol says, "Without the adoption of the Nurse Licensure Compact, it puts nurses in a tenuous position.


AAACN is Providing You With an Opportunity to Learn More About Health Care Reform

Go to AAACN’s Online Library to access a recent article from Nursing Economic$, A Policy Analysis of Health Care Reform: Implications for Nurses, that provides a concise analysis of the current health care reform proposals, along with President Obama’s principles for reform. Paradis, Wood, & Cramer (2009) evaluate the pros and cons of several pertinent issues regarding health care: widespread coverage for all Americans, preventative medicine, and the improving the quality of care delivery.


Nurse in Washington Internship (NIWI) Scheduled for March 2010

The Nurse in Washington Internship (NIWI), planned for March 14-16, 2010, provides nurses the opportunity to learn how to influence health care through the legislative and regulatory process. Participants learn from health policy experts and government officials, network with other nurses, and visit members of Congress. Anyone from novices to the very knowledgeable will find the program interesting and informative.

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Las Vegas Conference News

IMPORTANT Changes to Conference Dates

The Ambulatory Care Nursing Certification Review Course has been moved from a pre-conference session to a post-conference session in 2010. Since the ANCC Ambulatory Care Nursing Certification Exam is no longer being offered at the close of the conference, we are moving the review course to the end of the conference. This change returns the course to the day we've held it prior to offering the exam, which means the course will no longer conflict with other important events on Monday, May 3.


Free Continuing Nursing Education from the CDC for Clinicians

View the PowerPoint slides, listen to the audio from the original conference call and complete the evaluation to earn a free contact hour. Available until October 29, 2010


Diabetes and Influenza (both Seasonal and H1N1): What Clinicians need to Know


Suchita Lorick, DO MPH ; Pamela Allweiss, MD MPH; Kristina Ernst BSN