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Foundation honors exceptional RN

Foundation honors exceptional RN

Jennifer Rhoades: Creator of the Teddy Bear Clinic The American Nurses Foundation named Jennifer Rhoades, RN, of San Jacinto Methodist Hospital in Baytown, TX, as the 2014 Nurse of the Year through its Honor a Nurse program. The program acknowledges nurses who have made a [Read More]

Paving the way for nurse policymakers

Paving the way for nurse policymakers

The American Nurses Foundation, the charitable and philanthropic arm of the American Nurses Association, in May announced a new effort to fund a Washington-based fellowship focused on maximizing nurses’ placement at the highest policymaking tables and engaging and [Read More]

Class of 2015: A leader for the future

Class of 2015: A leader for the future

“Knowledge will bring you the opportunity to make a difference.” — Claire Fagin, PhD, RN, FAAN To underscore these empowering words, the American Nurses Foundation has teamed up with Fresenius Kabi USA and The American Nurse Project’s visionary documentarian, [Read More]

Can saying thank you change nursing?

Can saying thank you change nursing?

It’s clearly documented that saying thank you makes both the person giving and receiving the appreciation feel better. The expression of gratitude has been linked to happiness and better health. The importance of stopping to recognize and thank nurses for their daily [Read More]

Stephanie Ferguson makes generous gift to Styles fund

Stephanie Ferguson makes generous gift to Styles fund

When Stephanie Ferguson, PhD, RN, FAAN, FNAP, received the “Her Royal Highness Princess Muna Al Hussein Award” from the American Nurses Credentialing Center at the National Magnet Conference® in Dallas, she was already focused on another award — one she herself would [Read More]

Can saying thank you change nursing?

Can saying thank you change nursing?

It’s clearly documented that saying thank you makes both the person giving and receiving the appreciation feel better. The expression of gratitude has been linked to happiness and better health. The importance of stopping to recognize and thank nurses for their daily [Read More]

Education for the American nurse

Education for the American nurse

In August, the American Nurses Foundation distributed its first matching scholarships to nurses in four states. Through the generosity of Fresenius Kabi, proceeds from The American Nurse: Photographs and Interviews by Carolyn Jones enabled the foundation to provide $9,500 [Read More]

ANF launches revamped ‘Honor a Nurse’ program

ANF launches revamped ‘Honor a Nurse’ program

Honored Nurse of the Quarter recognized It takes only a moment to offer words of appreciation and show support, and the positive effects can be lasting. To make sure nurses know they are respected and valued by patients, families and the broader community, the American [Read More]

Where can nurse researchers find funding?

Where can nurse researchers find funding?

American Nurses Foundation to award up to $225,000 in 2014 Research Grants Priorities include nurse leadership, empowering nurse change agents The American Nurses Foundation (ANF) is now accepting applications for its 2014 Nursing Research Grant (NRG) Program. The program [Read More]

Making an impact on children with autism

Making an impact on children with autism

By Katherine Gatewood In 2012, the American Nurses Foundation (ANF) provided a grant to Amanda Brown, MSN, RN, CPN, CNL, of the University of Florida as part of the foundation’s Nursing Research Grants program. Established in 1955, the program encourages rigorous [Read More]

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Nurse participants address workplace and health care issues, ANA governance

Nurse participants address workplace and health care issues, ANA governance

Nurse leaders from around the nation and numerous specialty organizations gathered at the American Nurses [Read More]

ANA events serve as an arena for innovative thinking, interaction, recognition

ANA events serve as an arena for innovative thinking, interaction, recognition

A number of events were held along with the Membership Assembly — giving nurses even greater opportunities to learn, [Read More]

ANA elects VP, other leaders

ANA elects VP, other leaders

Representatives at the American Nurses Association’s Membership Assembly elect-ed Ernest James Grant, PhD, MSN, RN, [Read More]

Court upholds ACA subsidies

Court upholds ACA subsidies

A long-time advocate for improving the public’s access to health care, the American Nurses Association lauded the [Read More]

Walk forward with a strong ethical agenda

Walk forward with a strong ethical agenda

As part of the American Nurses Association’s focus on 2015 as the “Year of Ethics,” which coincides with the [Read More]

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