AWHONN


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AWHONN

AWHONN

Abbreviation for Association of Women's Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses.

AWHONN

Association of Women's Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses. Formerly Nurses' Association of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (NAACOG).
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AWHONN represents the interests of 350,000 registered nurses working in women's health, obstetric, and neonatal nursing across the United States.
For instance, we focus now on the skills required to lead the organization rather than whether someone has served at various levels within AWHONN.
During his presentation, he reviewed the evidence and consensus AWHONN and the Women and Children's Health Chapter of SCNA Present Joint Workshop-"Clinical Refresher in Maternal Child Topics 2012" recommendations for various obstetrical topics.
Reflecting on what AWHONN has accomplished, we realized several steps are critical to success.
Kim has served on the AWHONN Board of Directors and was most recently President of AWHONN.
AWHONN Canada 19th National Conference-Power, Passion, Politics
AWHONN had outsourced the exhibit management portion of its annual convention for decades when it became clear that it was time for a change.
Tom Quash, CAE, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development of AWHONN said, "AWHONN wants to provide our members with access to careers with prestigious employers.
After a 2 l/2-year, highly interactive study process that revealed structural problems common to many associations, AWHONN members overwhelmingly approved a new organizational design.
Huggies is making a huge difference in helping to wipe out diaper need," said AWHONN CEO, Lynn Erdman, MN, RN, FAAN.
Diaper need is a growing concern for the health of millions of babies nationwide, and we're proud that nurses across the country are joining forces to collect and distribute diapers for their youngest, most vulnerable patients," said AWHONN CEO, Lynn Erdman, MN, RN, FAAN.
Ann Branham, MN, FNP, spoke on the AWHONN guidelines for the second stage of labor and the benefits of this updated practice.