Get Certified in CCTM

Get Certified in Care Coordination and Transition Management (CCTM). Learn the exam content and eligibility requirements for the Certified in Care Coordination and Transition Management (CCCTM) certification exam. Register Now!

RN Residency Program

Attract, educate and retain competent ambulatory care nurses with the new AAACN Ambulatory Care Registered Nurse Residency Program. This groundbreaking new resource is designed to help you build your own residency program at your facility. Order today!

AAACN Career Center

For job seekers and employers! Find your next career at AAACN Career Center. Check back frequently as new jobs are posted every day.

Getting Certified is Easier than Ever!

As of April 1, the American Nurses Credentialing Center Ambulatory Care Nursing Certification Exam converted to a computer-based exam that can be taken at Prometric Testing Centers across the country. Now you can study and make an appointment to take the exam at your convenience, throughout the year.

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Lend Us Your Voice: Present a LIVE Audio Seminar

Do you have important ambulatory care information to share with your colleagues? Consider presenting a LIVE Audio Seminar for AAACN. Audio seminars are 75 minutes long and are a cost-effective way for nurses to learn about new trends, challenging issues, and improving patient care. As a presenter, you will be asked to provide approximately 60 minutes of content and hold a Q&A for the last 15 minutes of the seminar. You select the date and time convenient for you and provide the national office with your slide handouts.

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AAACN to Collaborate with TeleTriage Systems

AAACN is collaborating with Sheila Wheeler, President of TeleTriage Systems, to mutually promote our organizations' telehealth nursing practice education materials, conferences, and information. TeleTriage Systems features an array of quality protocols, CE programs and consulting services, with an emphasis on Quality Improvement and Risk Management. Sheila Wheeler is the author of"Telephone Triage Protocols for Adult Populations" available May 09 from McGraw-Hill.

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