AWHONN


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AWHONNAssociation of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses
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I am also currently a member of AWHONN, ILCA, and CLCA.
By that NIH measure, and studies from the United Nations and the World Health Organization, AWHONN says women in the U.
During her tenure with AWHONN, she served as chair of the Friends of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
Polly Perez has been and continues to be an outstanding advocate and activist for childbearing women and their families," said AWHONN Executive Director Gail Kincaide.
In 1998, AWHONN implemented a new organizational structure to streamline governance and decision making and to invest more resources in leadership, membership, and new program development.
For example, AWHONN opposes the proposed compact but does support efforts to solve impediments associated with the current licensure system.
This organization may be contacted by writing to AWHONN, 700 14th St.
Cyndy Fullington Krening, MS, RNC-OB, C-EFm, CNS, a longtime active member of the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), was recently elected to the AWHONN Board of Directors.
Just like most professional organizations such as ICEA, AWHONN, ACNM, AAP, AND, and ACOG publish Position Statements, my "position statement" stipulates that our professional responsibility is to focus on improving health outcomes, reducing health disparities, and supporting evidence-based practice.
The AWHONN position statement reinforces the need for regular cardiovascular health screening as an integral part of a woman's well-health assessments.
Conference: 20th National Canadian AWHONN Conference
Well, old-timers, according to the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, ACOG, and AWHONN, these blips can no longer officially be termed accelerations.