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ASPANAmerican Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses
ASPANAssociação Pernambucana de Defesa da Natureza
ASPANArlington Street People's Assistance Network (Arlington, Virginia)
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She looks forward to working with the Board to ensure that ASPAN continues to advance its mission and vision.
According to Kevin Dill, CEO of ASPAN, "We carefully vetted several providers in jobs distribution and found no firm with the depth of experience, technological strength, and commitment to quality that compared with the NHCN.
Pla reports that with the addition of ASPAN, the NHCN now includes 36 of healthcare's most respected nursing associations.
The original ASPAN logo was produced in 1980, shortly after the Society's founding, with only the slightest of modifications since that time.
The new logo depicts two stylized aspen leaves, joined in a sphere, with the Society's full name and acronym, ASPAN, appearing alongside the leaves.
In commenting on JCR's inclusion of the Journal, ASPAN President, Chris Price, remarked, "This is exciting news, as it will further advance perianesthesia nursing practice and supports our vision to be the leading association in the field.
Additional information regarding ASPAN is available online at: http://www.
Many nurses attending the ASPAN national conference will see this gown system for the first time.
ASPAN is the professional organization representing more than 55,000 nurses practicing in all phases of preanesthesia and postanesthesia.