ANNA News

Nephrology Nursing Journal Editor Receives Book of the Year Award

Posted on Feb 10, 2021

headshotBeth Ulrich, EdD, RN, FACHE, FAONL, FAAN, ANNA Past President and Editor-in-Chief of Nephrology Nursing Journal, was recognized by the American Journal of Nursing (AJN) with a 2020 Book of the Year Award (in the Medical-Surgical Nursing Category) for a publication she co-authored entitled Mastering Simulation: A Handbook for Success (2nd edition).

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ANNA President Lillian Pryor Receives AAKP Medal of Excellence Award

Posted on Jan 21, 2021

PhotoOn January 20, 2021, the American Association of Kidney Patients (AAKP) announced the recipients of the 2021 Medal of Excellence Awards.

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ANNA Expert Provides Tips to Help Caregivers Prevent Home Dialysis Complications

Posted on Jan 18, 2021

PhotoDonna Painter, MS, RN, CNN, ANNA member and past president, reviews the management and prevention of potential complications associated with home dialysis in an article for American Journal of Nursing. She also assisted with developing the content for two videos that supplement the article.

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ANNA Announces National Election Results

Posted on Dec 16, 2020

The results of the national ANNA election have been finalized. Angela Kurosaka, DNP, RN, CNN, CCM, NEA-BC, of Columbiana, AL, was elected to serve as ANNA President-Elect, and Sara Kennedy, BSN, RN, CNNe, of Hoover, AL, was re-elected to a second term as Treasurer. Elizabeth St. John, MSN, RN, CNN, of Oconomowoc, WI, was elected to serve as Director. The newly elected leaders will serve on the 2021-2023 ANNA Board of Directors.

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ANNA Expert Warns Patients and Providers about the Dangers of Antimicrobial Resistance

Posted on Dec 12, 2020

Amber Paulus, PhD, RN, CPHQ, CPPS, the Chair Designate for ANNA's Research Committee, explains the risks of antimicrobial resistance and how proper stewardship by health care professionals can keep the public safe in an article for Mediaplanet USA.

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