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LPN TO RN TRANSITION COURSE

 

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National Black Nurses Association provides forum for collective action by black nurses to investigate, define, and advocate for the health care needs of African Americans and to implement strategies that ensure access to health care, equal to, or above health care standards of the larger society.

AWHONN is an association that focuses on women's health, obstetric, and neonatal nurses. 

The integration of technology (computers) and nursing has increased through the past few years providing increased knowledge, improving the quality of care, reduction of errors and affecting nursing work flow.  This web site gives a brief overview of it's mission as well as supportive links, lectures & conferences, and current news.

The Emergency nurses association is a group that has dedicated itself to the advancement of emergency nursing practice.  Membership is open to all those in the emergency care field regardless of experience, and affords you both representation at the national and state level.  This organization offers additional benefits such as scholarship and grant programs, as well as continuing education, and additional specialized certifications

 

 

 

AHNA supports the concepts of holism: a state of harmony among body, mind, emotions and spirit within an ever-changing environment

It has information including RN jobs, RN anatomy. RN dictionary & encyclopedia, RN quizzes & tests, etc.

 

The NSNA's mission is to organize, represent and mentor students preparing for initial licensure as registered nurses, as well as those enrolled in baccalaureate completion programs; convey the standards and ethics of the nursing profession; promote development of the skills that students will need as responsible and accountable members of the nursing profession; advocate for high quality health care; advocate for and contribute to advances in nursing education; and develop nursing students who are prepared to lead the profession in the future.

The National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses (NAON) is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization that exists to enhance the lives and careers of Orthopaedic Nurses. Formed in 1980, NAON was designed to promote the highest standards of nursing practice by educating its practitioners, promoting research, and encouraging effective communication between orthopaedic nurses and other groups with similar interests.

The APNA's mission statement is to promote psychiatric Mental-health nursing, improve mental health care for culturally diverse individuals, families, groups and
communities and also to shape health policies for the delivery of mental health services.