NLN


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AcronymDefinition
NLNNo Longer Needed
NLNNo Last Name
NLNNordiska Läkemedelsnämnden (Swedish: Nordic Council on Medicines)
NLNNavy Logistics Network
NLNNavy Learning Network
NLNNational League for Nursing
NLNNational Lymphedema Network
NLNNational Learning Network (UK)
NLNNational Library of Norway (est. 1989)
NLNNobili Loco Natus (Latin: Born in A Noble Place, epigraphy)
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Dan Trachtman, NLN creative director who doubles as Summit photographer, reports that the photos he took throughout the three days of the Summit are being posted to Facebook for your enjoyment.
The NLN was embarking on a new chapter in its organizational history after spending 120 years in New York City.
As the first phase of this partnership, LWW is overseeing the publication of three NLN titles which will be showcased at the 2012 NLN Education Summit, which started yesterday in Anaheim, CA.
Founded in 1893, the NLN offers faculty development programs, networking opportunities, testing services, nursing research grants, and public policy initiatives to its 37,000 individual and 1,200 institutional members across the spectrum of nursing education.
Prior to joining the NLN, she was a Visiting Professor at Harford Community College in Bel Air, MD and faculty in the RN-BSN program at the College of Notre Dame in Maryland.
In her Member Update of January 17, 2006, my predecessor as NLN CEO, the late Dr.
I recommend that you visit the NLN website for detailed information about fees and registration (www.
Providing the rationale and context for the NLN's decision to spearhead the think tank, NLN CEO Beverly Malone, RN, PhD, FAAN asserted, "Among NLN's stated core values is the understanding that a culture of diversity moves beyond simple tolerance to embracing and celebrating the richness of each individual, recognizing that while diversity can be about individual differences, it also encompasses institutional and system-wide behavior patterns.
Nursing is such an important field and we're honored to partner with the NLN so that nursing students and professionals are able to further their education which ultimately improves patient care.
Although many members currently serve on NLN committees, 59 percent aspire to volunteer with the NLN, and that is good news indeed.
The NLN endorses the study findings, which concluded that there is substantial evidence that simulation can be substituted for up to 50 percent of traditional clinical experiences under conditions comparable to those described in the study.