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This white paper will also provide an overview of a recent AMN Healthcare survey that looked at the welfare of our frontline caregivers.
Easy to use technology enables providers to simply be providers. By augmenting patient care with technology services, health care providers can focus on treating their patients.
The need for nursing to move to one national licensure model is critical for each state’s ability to provide healthcare that Americans expect and deserve. 
Resources
The American Organization for Nursing Leadership partnered with Joslin Marketing to conduct a longitudinal study on the impact of COVID-19 on nursing leadership in key areas over time.
Standards/Guidelines
Nurses are high-level targets for cybersecurity scams, including spear phishing, impersonations, malware and ransomware attacks. Scammers target the nurses and health care officials because of the highly-sensitive information that is communicated.
Statistics
Now more than ever is the time to reflect on nursing’s role in addressing the issues heightened by COVID-19 and to inform a progressive path forward where nurses are well-positioned and prepared to meet the evolving needs of our patients, communities and health care system.
The proliferation of new bedside medical devices and other system and technologies, including EHRs, smartphones, secure texting apps and more, has added new demands on nurses in the hospital. That demand has only intensified since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
EvergreenHealth is located in Kirkland, Wash., just outside of Seattle and was the first hospital in the country to treat a wave of patients diagnosed with community-spread COVID-19.
An unrecognized and misunderstood asset of hospitals today is patient data. Clinicians rely on data to make informed decisions, but too often they do not get the right type of data at the right time.
Nurses are being redeployed to unfamiliar units to care for the surge of critically ill patients entering hospitals globally. Learn how virtual orientation can help effectively redeploy your nurses.
Facing COVID-19, new nurses are entering a more stressful and emotionally exhausting environment than ever before. Learn how to best support this critical transition during these unprecedented times.
Primary and acute care practitioners have unique opportunities and a growing sense of responsibility to address substance use and mental health disorders in routine office visits.
Standards/Guidelines
To help you lead confidently during times of crisis, AONL has developed a growing compendium of leadership resources to support you in caring for yourself and your team.
Press Releases
This policy brief is the collaborative effort of nursing leaders who propose and support academic-practice partnerships between health care facilities and pre-licensure registered nursing (RN) and practical/vocational nursing (PN/VN) programs across the country during the COVID-19 crisis. This is one potential model to consider. It is not mandated, rather an innovative approach to meeting academic and workforce needs.
Guides/Reports
The linkage between nursing care and patient outcomes is widely accepted, yet it is often difficult to achieve an evidence-based allocation of nursing resources that is understood and accepted by all. AONL, ANA and HFMA have teamed up to chart a path forward. This document explores the evolution from conventional, quasi-adversarial nursing/finance relationships to patients-first interprofessional collaboration and sets forth an action plan to improve nursing resource allocation and the value that patients receive.
[Sponsored] The four essential practices you need to think differently about personalizing experiences, exceeding your patients’ expectations, and set yourself apart in a demanding digital society.
Guides/Reports
The role of the system chief nurse executive (CNE) is a sub specialty of nursing leadership and requires its own set of competencies. Guided by the AONL Nurse Executive Competencies’ domains: communication and relationship building, knowledge of the healthcare environment, leadership, and professionalism, business skills the following competencies describe the skills, knowledge, and attributes of nurse leaders in the role of the system chief nurse executive. 
Guides/Reports
The Nursing Organizations Alliance believes that a healthy practice environment is supported by the presence of the following elements.
[Sponsored] Activate overwhelmed and uninvolved patients using education solutions designed to inform and connect.
[Sponsored] Investing in nurse education and development is critical for hospitals and health systems to successfully transition to value-based care. Nurses are in the position to not only participate in, but lead the transformation of the health care delivery system to one that is focused on team-based, patient-centered care across the continuum. This transformation will require new skills and enhanced knowledge around population health, wellness and data analytics, among other things.