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AONE Foundation helps nurses bolster manager skills

Recognizing that nurse managers need to develop and foster managerial skills, the AONE Foundation has created three programs for new and emerging nurse managers: The Emerging Nurse Leader Institute, the Nurse Manager Institute and the Foundation Nurse Manager Fellowship.

The ENLI was designed for staff nurses, charge nurses and nurse coordinators who aspire to nurse leadership roles. It is a three-day interactive program that combines lecture, discussion, experiential learning and self-assessment. The NMI is a three-day interactive program for nurse managers only that also includes lecture, discussion, experiential learning and self-assessment. Continuing education credit is available for both the ENLI and NMI.

The Nurse Manager Fellowship is a yearlong professional development program designed to provide an in-depth environment of learning. The fellowship incorporates the Nurse Manager Learning Domain Framework, developed by the American Organization of Nurse Executives.

The AONE Foundation for Nursing Leadership Research and Education, known as the AONE Foundation, was established to support AONE’s research and educational priorities.

By | 2015-11-17T21:18:05-05:00 November 19th, 2015|Categories: Nursing Careers and Jobs, Nursing News|0 Comments

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