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Run for the 2019 Ballot

If you are interested in running for the role of the Director on AAACN’s Board of Directors, or as a Member of the Nominating Committee - apply now! Applications must be received by 11:59 pm on May 31, 2018.

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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ANA Requesting Public Comment on Draft of 2010 Scope and Standards of Practice

The draft of the 2010 edition of Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice is now available for public comment. Please read and react to this draft. The public comment period will be open until 5 pm Friday, March 12, 2010. After that, we will be unable to incorporate comments, so it is very important that all interested parties take this opportunity to comment.

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Safety Awareness and Technological Adoption are Keys to Managing Test Results in Family Medicine Offices

After finding great variation in how family medical practices receive and share patient test results, the authors of a new study recommend that guidelines and best practices be developed to assist office staff in providing quality care. The authors interviewed and surveyed staff members and patients at four Ohio family medicine offices. None of the four offices excelled at reporting patient test results, the authors found. Two factors that researchers deemed important in managing test results were safety awareness and technological adoption.

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