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The American Nurses Credentialing Center has awarded MinuteClinic®, the retail health clinic of CVS Health, the 2020 Pathway Award®, sponsored by Cerner Corporation, a global leader in health care technology.
The American Nurses Credentialing Center is proud to announce the recipients of the inaugural Pathway Nurse of the Year™ Award. The award recognizes the outstanding contributions of one direct care nurse and one nurse leader from all Pathway to Excellence designated organizations around the world.
Each election cycle, ANA-PAC endorses candidates and elected officials who display a commitment to advancing the nursing profession.
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Office of Apprenticeship has designated the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Practice Transition Accreditation Program® (PTAP) a Standards Recognition Entity (SRE).
Dr. Zegers will use this grant to pursue multiple leadership development programs.
ANCC responds to AAEM/RSA's attempt to assert control over use of the terms “residency,” “fellow,” and “fellowship”.
The steps required to stop the spread of this virus should be well known by now, but with more than 6 million COVID-positive Americans, we say again: wear your mask, wash your hands, and practice physical distancing.
The American Nurses Association (ANA) and actress Rita Wilson are urging Americans to get their flu vaccination this season, especially the approximately 200 million Americans at most risk for flu complications.
We strongly recommend a thorough and timely investigation into these troubling allegations.
Plan reflects consensus on need for greater collaboration and greater focus on
foundational change to reduce medical errors.
As the COVID-19 pandemic-induced recession continues to weigh on the national economy, Black and Hispanic/Latino nurses reported that they are more likely to have reduced spending or taken on temporary work than their White counterparts, a new financial well-being survey finds.
According to the new findings, 42% of nurses say they are still experiencing widespread or intermittent PPE shortages.
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