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The American Nurses Association is a professional organization to advance and protect the profession of nursing. It started in 1896 as the Nurses Associated Alumnae and was renamed the American Nurses Association in 1911. It is based in Silver Spring, Maryland and Pamela F. Cipriano is the current President.
- also known as American Nurses Association Inc
- written works: "Power, nursing's challenge for change", "Compendium of ANA position statements", "Minority groups in nursing, 1976", "Nursing quality indicators", "Standards of rehabilitation nursing practice", "The Nation's nurses", "Enrolling in a Baccalaureate Program in Nursing", "The registered nurse consultant to intermediate care facilities", "Nursing Standards Package", "The scope of nursing practice", "Peer review in nursing practice", "A plan for implementation of the standards of nursing practice", "A guide for the utilization of personnel supportive of public health nursing services", "Home health nursing", "Legal Nurse Consulting", "Sample contract items for local units", "This is ANA", "Personal heroism, professional activism", "Becoming aware of cultural differences in nursing", "Minority groups in nursing", "Neonatal Nursing", "Quality assurance workbook", "Health occupations supportive to nursing", "Licensure to practice nursing", "Nurse Staffing and Patient Outcomes", "A blueprint to build on", "The ANA story", "Directions for tomorrow", "Model practice act", "Primary Care Annotated Bibliography And Reference", "A national policy for health care", "Accountability of the nurse", "HIV, Hepatitis-B, Hepatitis-C", "Developing Telehealth Protocols", "Pain Management Nursing", "Nursing in Ambulatory Care", "A directory of programs preparing registered nurses for expanded roles 1974-75", "HIV/AIDS Nursing", "Compendium of HIV AIDS", "Inventory of professional registered nurses, 1951", "Computers in Nursing Education", "Continuing education in nursing; an overview", "Hospice and Palliative Nursing", "Implementing Nursing's Report Card", "ANA public relations workshop", "Avenues for continued learning", "Standards for Organized Nursing Services", "Nursing, a social policy statement", "Geriatric nursing practice", "Nursing Care Report Card for Acute Care"
- official website: nursingworld.org
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by Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN, Meredith Kazer, PhD, APRN, A/GNP-BC
American Nurses Association. (1975). Human rights guidelines for nurses in clinical and other research. Kansas City, MO: Author. American Nurses Association. (1984). Addictions and psychological dysfunctions in nursing. Kansas City, MO: ...
The Comprehensive Resource on Geriatric and Social Care, Second Edition by Eugenia L. Siegler, MD, FACP, Elizabeth Capezuti, PhD, RN, FAAN, Mathy Mezey, EdD, RN, FAAN
The American Nurses Association (ANA) is the only full-service professional organization representing the nation's 2.9 million registered nurses (RNs) through its 54 constituent member associations. Dedicated to ensuring that an adequate ...
by Aaron Brenner, Benjamin Day, Immanuel Ness
The Nurse Associated Alumnaeof the United States and Canada was created in 1896 and later renamedthe American Nurses Association (ANA) in 1911. The organizationwas deemed necessary toaddress the issues of deplorable working ...
by Yawei Zhang
American Nurses Association, www.nurs- ingworld.org (cited January 2007); Perle Slavik Cowen and Sue Moorhead, Current Issues in Nursing (Mosby Elsevier, 2006); Anne B. Hamric, et al., Advanced Practice Nursing: An Integrative ...
by Michael J. Stahl
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the American Nurses Association (ANA) has the distinction of being the only professional organization representing the entire population of registered nurses in the ...
by David E. Marcinko, MBA, CFP, CMP
system AMRA: American Medical Records Association AMSR: assigned medical security responsibility AMW: average monthly wage AN: account number ANA: American Nurses Association ANA-PAC: American Nurses Association- Political ...
by Martha Craft-Rosenberg, Shelley-Rae Pehler
American Nurses Association (ANA), (j) Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), (k) National Association of School Nurses (NASN), (l) Mental Retardation American Nurses Association, ...
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