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  1. Once again the annual ritual. the countdown to the opening of the NTI convention and a sight that rivals the running of the bulls happened at yesterday morning promptly at 10:30. The team from allnurses was there to witness the event. The nurses came...
  2. AllNurses.com's Content and Community Director, Mary Watts recently interviewed Karen Kesten, DNP, APRN at NTI 2018 on the subject of nursing certification. Dr. Kesten is the past chair of the national board of directors for the AACN Certification Co...
  3. tnbutterfly - Mary

    Compassionate Combat

    allnurses is participating in the virtual AACN -NTI conference this week. We have enjoyed meeting some of our members in person as we attended the conference every year for more than a decade. But COVID got in the way. Last year the conference was ...
  4. tnbutterfly - Mary

    So You Want to Be Published: Just Do It!

    Last year at the AACN National Teaching Institute and Critical Care Exposition (NTI), I had the opportunity to interview Mary Fran Tracy, Editor of the AACN Advanced Critical Care Journal and a Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist at the Universit...
  5. The American Association of Critical Care Nurses awards the Pioneering Spirit Award to medical professionals who have “significant contributions that influence acute and critical care nursing. Successful applicants exemplify a pioneering spirit, infl...
  6. The American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) has recently published a new guideline regarding the importance of obtaining accurate non-invasive blood pressure (NIBP) readings and problems that can ensue. How to obtain accurate NIBP reading...
  7. The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) first coined the term “progressive care nursing” in 2001. As all areas of nursing have evolved, so has progressive care. AACN now offers certification for this specialty. There are core competen...
  8. Come and join your fellow critical care nurses at NTI 2019 in Orlando, Florida from May 20-23rd. With more than 37.5 hours of CEUs offered, this conference is sure to teach, inspire and impress all high acuity and ICU nurses. Reasons to attend NTIIt...
  9. AACN offers the premier critical care conference, National Teaching Institute (NTI) annually. Recently allnurses.com’s Content and Community Director Mary Watts, BSN, RN, interviewed Anna Dermenchyan, MSN, RN, CCRN-K. In 2010, she founded the first h...
  10. Critical care and progressive care is an ever-changing world. In order to provide the best care for our patients, we need access to the newest knowledge. The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) is here to help expand our knowledge. Th...
  11. Marian Altman RN, MS, CCRN-K, CNS-BC, ANP is a Clinical Practice Specialist at AACN (American Association of Critical-Care Nurses) who works with the AACN Clinical Scene Investigator (CSI) Academy, a 16-month nursing leadership and innovation trainin...
  12. Join AACN as they sponsor the 2017 National Teaching Institute and Critical Care Exposition (NTI) May 22-25th (preconferences May 21st) in Houston, Texas. Why should I attend?This conference will provide you with evidence-based knowledge, networking ...
  13. The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) recently announced the recipients of its 3 annual Impact Research Grants, valued up to $50,000 each, and the AACN-Sigma Theta Tau Critical Care Grant with up to $10,000 in funding. AACN has awar...
  14. Military nurses do their jobs under periods of extreme stress - the battlefield! AACN recently published a research study that investigated the care of our service men and women from 2008 to 2014. AN was recently able to interview one of the research...
  15. Critical care nursing changes fast! Keeping up with the ever increasing changes challenges all of us. Who has time on a busy shift to read a journal or listen to a podcast? So, why not get away from your unit, come to a conference where there will be...
  16. tnbutterfly - Mary

    How to Successfully Navigate NTI

    The 2018 NTI Conference is Sold Out. Join Us Next Year in Orlando. The conference this year has sold out. Registration is closed. NTI will not be accepting any additional registrations online or on-site in Boston Thrive at NTI: Some Tips for the Best...
  17. The 2018 Marguerite Rodgers Kinney Award for a Distinguished Career was awarded to Beth Tamplet Ulrich, EdD, RN, FACHE, FAAN at the 2018 American Association of Critical Care - National Teaching Institute annual conference. While at the NTI conferenc...
  18. Why do we do what we do?For many reasons: we are professionals with a job to do and we've gone to school to learn what we do. Most of all...we do what we do because we care! And..in an effort to improve ourselves, we come to NTI to learn more, to net...
  19. allnurses

    NTI 2018 - See you in Boston!

    With more than 37.5 continuing education (CE) contact hours, the outstanding and diverse learning opportunities and inspirational gatherings promise to reignite your commitment to your practice and our profession. Hundreds of learning activities feat...
  20. The topic of exams often bring up feelings of anxiety and fear of the unknown. At a recent convention of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses’ National Teaching Institute (NTI) Mary Watts, BSN, RN, allnurses.com’s Content and Community Di...