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Current News in Nursing Leadership and Management

Want to see what the latest topics are revolving around nursing leaders and managers? 

Check out these websites to stay on abreast of current news, but also view these resources when you are a practicing RN for fast information.

  • Clinical Nurse Leader AssociationThe Clinical Nurse Leader Association (CNLA) was created from an identified need to provide a national forum for Clinical Nurse Leaders (CNL) to support, collaborate and celebrate our unique and evolving role in all practice settings. Through the CNLA, we will provide an opportunity to highlight the impact of the CNL on quality, safety, patient and family satisfaction, and cost reduction. As a national organization, the CNLA will offer a collective voice to establish the CNL with in the microsystem as the solution of choice to ultimately link evidence based practice to the point of care. 
  • Illinois Organization of Nurse LeadersIONL provides direction for achievement of excellence in nursing leadership. It promotes professional development, networking, research and innovation for the advancement of nursing practice. IONL encourages development of care delivery systems that are forthright and visionary. The IONL develops strategic initiatives in the area of executive management expertise in health care systems. Members have an opportunity to develop strategic relationships with executives, educators, consultants, clinical experts, and organization leaders.

  • Management and Leadership News: Go here to view current news related to mangement and leadership nursing.
  • Nurse Leader: Nurse Leader provides the vision, skills, and tools needed by nurses currently in, or aspiring to, leadership positions. The bimonthly journal provides nurses with practical information in an easy-to-read format - offering the knowledge they need to succeed. It pulls together insights from a broad spectrum of successful management and leadership perspectives and tailors the information to the specific needs of nurses. 
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