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!

Connected Communities

Members network via communities that provide archiving of discussions, a document library, digest options, & more. Click the link above to enter the Connected Communities, or view helpful info before you begin.

Calling All Aspiring and Experienced Writers - Submit An Article to Viewpoint

Write for Viewpoint and help us keep the newsletter timely and information-packed. Members and colleagues identified some 'hot topics' at the Philadelphia conference and in our ambulatory care nursing survey that they would like to learn more about:


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.


Nursing Community Statement on Healthcare Reform

AAACN has signed on to the healthcare reform document titled "Commitment to Quality Healthcare Reform: A Consensus Statement from the Nursing Community." The document, created with Congress in mind, is the result of intense collaboration and consensus building over the course of nearly five months. Specific legislative/regulatory recommendations illustrate what changes need to be made during healthcare reform so that nurses can continue provide quality care. 



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