Nursing Leadership Publications & News

AONL offers a variety of publications for AONL members and other health care professionals. From Voice of Nursing Leadership and Nurse Leader magazine to the weekly e-News Update, AONL tackles the issues facing today's nursing executives and keeps them abreast of important news in their field of expertise. 

The Journal of Nursing Administration (JONA) 
Special JONA Discount for AONL Members
AONL members can receive a special members-only discount price on the Journal of Nursing Administration (JONA). Subscriptions are normally priced at $120.00, but the special AONL subscription price is only $69.95! Click here to learn more.

Nurse Leader
The mission of Nurse Leader, AONL’s official bi-monthly magazine, is “to provide the vision, skills and tools needed by nurses currently in, or aspiring to, leadership positions.” Each issue focuses on how to make the transition from management to leadership as well as take existing leadership skills and experience to a higher level. Unique features of the magazine include a cover story that explores the leadership paths taken by a well-known nurse leader as well as departments and columns that focus on areas of special interest to nurse leaders. In addition, each issue features a nurse executive as the guest editor. Elsevier Science, a leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, publishes Nurse Leader. In addition to a complimentary subscription to Nurse Leader, each AONL member receives free access to the full text version of the magazine on its website. Visit the Nurse Leader website at www.nurseleader.com.

Voice of Nursing Leadership 
AONL’s bi-monthly member newsletter informs members about AONL activities, upcoming programs and the latest accomplishments and achievements of AONL members. It also showcases excellence and innovation in nursing and patient care leadership throughout the continuum of care and helps readers understand the latest public policy developments that affect their practice.