As individual members of ANNA and together as an organization, we intend to act consistently with our core beliefs that: Nephrology nurses have an opportunity and responsibility to enhance the quality of care delivered to people with kidney disease. ANNA as an organization has the responsibility to provide sound educational programs necessary to develop, maintain, and augment competence in practice, ANNA must support research to develop evidence- based practice, as well as to advance nursing science We benefit as an organization and as individuals when we embrace and nurture diversity in all of its dimensions. Registration fee is $75.00/annual membership (full member rn)
American nephrology nurses’ association
East holly ave., box 56
Pitman, NJ 08071
Join us for the 45th Anna National symposium in
April 19-22 2015
Passionate Leadership: Soaring to New Heights will be presented by Donna Cardillo, MA, BS, RN,. Today’s nursing leaders are challenged like never before, and are also in a unique position to have greater impact on the future of nursing and of health care. This session will show you how to get primed, pumped-up, and supercharged for the coming decade in kidney disease. Workshops and conferences given by guest speakers; new evidence practice new studies that help patients live with kidney disease.
American Nephrology Nurses Association
Health professionals like nurses have a chance to go for autonomy in the nursing career which is beyond the practice of being a staff nurse. Various pathways for advanced specialization in nursing career have been established for the past few decades. This expansion of responsibilities and vision as a health professional helps nurses to fulfill growth as professional and as a person. Among the ...