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An article in the April issue of the Journal of Nursing Administration describes AONL’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Guiding Principles and its DEIB Toolkit.
To improve retention, hospitals should try to reduce the number of nurses assigned to a nurse manager when possible, an AONL report found.
Embracing the principles of jazz — improvisation, adaptability and creativity — can help nurses become better leaders, said jazz musician and entrepreneur Josh Linkner this week at AONL 2024.
Emmy-winning reporter John Quiñones talked to attendees at AONL 2024 about the motivations behind his TV show “What Would You Do?”
Nurse leaders’ contributions matter more than ever to health care, said author, editor and researcher Rose Sherman, EdD, RN, at AONL 2024.
In response to a matching gift fundraising challenge issued at AONL 2024, donors gave more than $15,000 to the AONL Foundation for Nursing Leadership Research and Education.
President Biden faces significant challenges as an incumbent in this year’s election, particularly in light of his declining approval ratings and the public's growing frustration with the status quo, said political strategist Amy Walter this week at AONL 2024.
The nursing workforce has become more educated, diverse, and publicly esteemed in the last 20 years.
Despite health care’s risk-averse reputation, the COVID-19 pandemic proved hospital leaders could rapidly embrace change, as evidenced by their swift adoption of telehealth, said Zipline CEO Keller Rinaudo Cliffton at AONL 2024.
“We are the leaders that can and must create the environments where trust, caring and compassion flourish — nursing environments where professionals feel they belong and are thriving,” noted AONL President Deborah Zimmermann, DNP, RN, as she welcomed more than 4,300 attendees to AONL’s annual…