Learn how to write an abstract presentation for the AONL 2020 Annual Conference. Abstracts can be submitted in five different presentations - posters, podium, ignite, pop-up and collaborative conversations. Deadline to submit an abstract for the AONL 2020 Annual Conference is August 2, 2019.
This presentation details the story of one large academic health system’s realization that it was not keeping up with the times and outlines the journey led by nursing and human resource partners to move the organization from being rules driven to culture-driven.
Join Barbara Haag-Heitman as she identifies the role of peer review in facilitating accountability. She will also explore design and implementation of the peer review process using evidence-based principles.
Understand the barriers to career advancement stated by mid-and executive-level diverse nursing leaders. Recognize opportunities to improve organizational culture and support the expansion of diversity nursing leadership.
During this webinar the team form the John A. Hartford Foundation, describes the Age Friendly Health System Initiative, its essential elements and nursing’s critical contribution to this focused shift in care.
As part of the American Hospital Association’s Hospitals Against Violence initiative, this session will explore the complexities of human trafficking. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from a human trafficking survivor, and explore lessons learned in implementing a human trafficking program.