American Nephrology Nurses' Association (ANNA)
Cindy Richards, BSN, RN, CNN, of Birmingham, Ala. has been elected national president-elect of the American Nephrology Nurses’ Association (ANNA) for 2014-15. Richards will serve on ANNA’s Board of Directors and as liaison to assigned committees
The American Nephrology Nurses Association expressed concern in its comments to CMS about the addition of more proposed measures in the Quality Incentive Program for 2014 that take away time between nurses and patients
NN&I executive editor Mark Neumann gave the presentation, “The QIP for 2014 and beyond: How CMS is tracking quality,” on Oct. 17 to the American Nephrology Nurses Association Central Missouri chapter
Every August during the Congressional recess, the American Nephrology Nurses Association offers members an opportunity to invite elected officials to their place of work to educate them on kidney disease
Nephrology nurses often care for the same patients for many years because they need long-term, life-saving dialysis. As a new nurse, you can understand that not every specialty allows this kind of quality patient time, and you can appreciate the value of feeling more personally connected.