AORN


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AcronymDefinition
AORNAssociation of Perioperative Registered Nurses
AORNAssociation of Operating Room Nurses (name changed)
AORNAssociation of Registered Nurses
AORNAssociation of Orthopedic Nurses
AORNAs of Right Now
AORNAptium Oncology Research Network (Los Angeles, CA)
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Presenting the award to IMS CEO and Founder Gene Robinson, AORN President Deb Spratt thanked the company for the more than 15 years IMS has supported the vision and mission of AORN - helping operating room nurses uphold best practices, patient safety and professional development.
This product will encourage nurses to practice in accordance with AORN recommendations and standards from patient assessment through post-surgery patient education.
Between 1916 and 1949, several OR nursing groups formed in various parts of the country, leading to the formal recognition of AORN as a national association.
90octane has launched the campaign in support of AORN Works' newly launched, redesigned website -- http://www.
By coming together we have greater influence on the issues that matter most to the nursing community," said AORN President Mary Jo Steiert, RN, BSN, CNOR.
Ulmer received this award at the AORN Congress Awards Dinner in Washington, D.
AORN also promotes nursing as a career, especially since the country is experiencing a nursing shortage, "particularly in specialty areas in the operating room," said Paulson.
para]]The AORN Seal of Recognition confirms that the content of the Preoperative Stop and Go Sign has undergone thorough quality review by AORN and is consistent with AORN's Guidelines for Perioperative Practice.
According Ramona Connor of AORN, the AORN Seal of Recognition confirms that the content of the PerfectCLEAN Operating Room program has undergone thorough review by AORN and meets the guidelines of the "AORN Perioperative Standards and Recommended Practices.
Among her many accomplishments, she edited the Perioperative Nursing Data Set published by AORN in 2000.
AORN, the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses, has issued a position statement calling for schools of nursing to include applicable learning activities based on core competencies and standards of practice in undergraduate programs.
The PNDS, a standardized nursing vocabulary developed by AORN, identifies data elements and nursing language common to the perioperative nursing practice, allowing more accurate and complete data analysis, www.