Within the polytechnic itself, the CNAA
required that the academic management should be given the freedom, within the constraints determined by the governors, to determine its own priorities.
As this bureaucratic procedure has yet to be completed, the law has yet to be enacted and the CNAA
has yet to be set up.
Certification in Nursing Administration, Advanced (CNAA
), by the American Nurses Credentialing Center:
Originally, Le Centre National d'Artisanat d'Art (CNAA
, the National Handicraft Art Centre) was the initiative of a group of young bronze smiths then located on the edge of the Ouagadougou Dam in Niongsin, a neighbourhood dating back to the arrival of bronze smiths in Burkina Faso at the end of the 19th century.
Nashoba Valley Medical Center has named Pat Maguire, RN, MN, CNAA
, the hospital's director of nursing.
Chaired by Walter Tsou, MD, MPH, the committee is made up of Barry Bass; Bobbie Berkowitz, PhD, RN, CNAA
, FAAN; David E.
and Green, D., 1993; Astin, 1990; Barnett, 1988; CNAA
, 1990) much of what a student walks away from college with is already present at college entry.
KARLENE KERFOOT, PhD, RN, CNAA
, FAAN, is Senior Vice President for Nursing and Patient Care Services and Chief Nurse Executive, Clarian Health, Indianapolis, IN, and Associate Dean, Nursing Practice Indiana School of Nursing.
KARLENE KERFOOT PhD, RN, CNAA
, FAAN, is Vice President, Patient Care Operations, Hermann Hospital and Memorial Hermann Healthcare System, Houston, TX.
Senn, MS, RN, CNAA
, is Principal and Executive Director of Clinical Benchmarking, LLC, in Glen Ellyn, Illinois (website: www.Clinmarking.com).