The Voice of Nursing Leadership
Whether you’re an aspiring nurse leader, an established director or a seasoned executive, you belong in the American Organization for Nursing Leadership's growing community of nurse leaders.
In a recent episode of AONL's Today in Nursing Leadership podcast, 12 recommendations are given from studying burnout, violence and turnover in nurses.
Learn how to advocate effectively by sharing your story about the impact of national issues on your patients, community and nursing teams with legislators at AONL's Virtual Advocacy Day. Register now and join us September 13-14! https://t.co/NU4djooSx7
RT @ahahospitals: #WeAreHealthCare: Understanding and reconnecting to purpose. #AHAToday https://t.co/SAr8hg9DFh
Last week, AONL CEO Robyn Begley, DNP, RN, and @ahahospitals CEO Rick Pollack wrote in an op-ed that Congress should enact the Safety from Violence for Healthcare Employees Act.
RT @ahahospitals: The Pandemic: Responding with Resilience and Service to Community, shares stories from the early days of #COVID19 and the…
A free webinar on July 27 takes a look at a case study on Temple University and steps they took to transform their workforce management challenges with analytics. Register today!
.@AtriumHealth, recipient of AONL 2022's Prism Award, has made diversity a priority across its four-state health system, including recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce into its strategic plan.
#NurseLeaders are addressing leadership challenges in the new normal in the nursing workforce. Promote and share initiatives to support nurse managers at the #AONL2023 Annual Conference. Submit an abstract presentation by August 31.