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ANAAnaheim (Amtrak station code; Anaheim, CA)
ANAAmerican Nurses Association
ANAAnaheim Angels (baseball team)
ANAAfghan National Army
ANAAll Nippon Airways (Japanese airline company & ICAO code)
ANAAnalog
ANAAnorexia
ANAAmerican Numismatic Association
ANAanesthesia
ANAA New Approach (womens clothing brand)
ANAaverage net assets
ANAAdministración Nacional de Aduanas (Spanish: National Customs Administration; Argentina)
ANAArmy and Navy Academy
ANAAssociation of National Advertisers
ANAAgencia Nacional de Aguas (Brazil)
ANAAntinuclear Antibody
ANAAlsace Nord Athlétisme (French: Northern Alsace Athletics; Alsace, France)
ANAAnaphylaxis
ANAAnnual National Assessment (South Africa)
ANAAdministration de la Navigation Aérienne (French: Administration of Air Navigation; Luxembourg)
ANAAssociation of Nigerian Authors
ANAAssociation of Naval Aviation
ANAActive Network Abstraction (Cisco)
ANAAthens News Agency
ANAAtkins Nutritional Approach (weight control)
ANAAssociazione Nazionale Alpini (Italy; National Organization of Mountain Police)
ANAAustralian Natives Association
ANAAutomatic Network Analyzer
ANAAmerican Neurological Association
ANAAnaphylactoid
ANAAdministration for Native Americans (US Government)
ANAAppraisers National Association
ANAArizona Newspapers Association
ANAActive Network Abstraction
ANAand with Accumulator
ANAa Non Acronym
ANAAdaptive Network Architecture
ANAAlliance for Nuclear Accountability
ANAAuthorised Neutral Athlete (Russian athletic category)
ANAAnticardiolipin Antibody
ANAAeroportos e Navegação Aérea (Portuguese Airports)
ANAAcoustic Neuroma Association
ANAAnguilla National Alliance
ANAAmerican Nutraceutical Association
ANAAmerican National Anthem
ANAArticle Number Association
ANAAntinuclear Antibodies Test
ANAAutomatic Number Announcement
ANAAnnual Needs Assessment
ANAAmerican Nyckelharpa Association
ANAAmerican Negro Academy
ANAArchives Network of Alberta (database)
ANAAssociation des Naturalistes de l'Ariège (French: Ariege Association of Naturalists; Ariege, France)
ANAActive Network Architecture
ANAAir Force/Navy/Army
ANAAsociacion Nuestros Ahijados (Antigua, Guatemala, Central America)
ANAAl-Noor Academy (Massachusetts)
ANAAverage Number of Ancestors
ANAAsociacion Nacional Automovilistica (Spanish: National Automobile Association; Mexico)
ANAAdvanced Nursing Assistant
ANAAlabama Nurserymen's Association
ANAAdvanced Network Analyst
ANAAdvanced Networks Applications
ANAAppropriated but Not Authorized (Army Budget)
ANAAdiabatic Nuclei Approximation
ANAAnother New Acronym
ANAAmazon Nation Alliance
ANAATC Network Administrator
ANAAutoshift Neutral Actuator
ANAAnne Noonan and Associates (Gatineau, QB, Canada)
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The American Nurses Association is the only full-service professional organization representing the nation's 3 million registered nurses through its constituent member associations.
In 1997, the American Nurses Association formally endorsed the initiative, becoming the first large professional organization to do so.
Membership in ANA-Vermont and the American Nurses Association ensures we as a profession of 3.
The American Nurses Association (ANA) has a long-standing commitment to ensuring the health and wellness of nurses in all settings.
Provision 1 states, "The nurse practices with compassion and respect for the inherent dignity, worth, and unique attributes of every person" (ANA American Nurses Association, 2015, p.
The American Nurses Foundation is the charitable and philanthropic arm of the American Nurses Association (ANA), dedicated to transforming the health of the nation through the power of nursing.
The Colorado Nurses Association in partnership with the American Nurses Association is the key political voice for over 3 million RN's nationwide, influencing the changing nursing practice and health care policy locally, regionally, and nationally.
As of February 29, 2012, Montana is ranked tenth within the fifty states associated with the American Nurses Association for membership.
In 1977 she was one of the first nurses to be certified by the American Nurses Association in excellence in psychiatric and mental health nursing.
New Mexico Nurses Association and the American Nurses Association have for many years maintained that part of the nurse's role is to advocate for their patients.
The American Nurses Association and the Arizona Nurses Association participate in lobbying activities and must comply with this law.
SILVER SPRING, MD -- The American Nurses Association (ANA) has launched a new web site dedicated to the issue of safe staffing.
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