The American Association Of Neuroscience Nurses

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Professional Organization
Tanya Askif
St. Petersburg College
August 26, 2015
NUR 3805

American Association of Neuroscience Nurses
The American Association of Neuroscience Nurses is a codependent unit whose members endeavor toward a common purpose of achieving stated goals (Cook, 2016).
Mission and Vision The American Association of Neuroscience Nurses (AANN) is dedicated to the progression and improvement of neuroscience nursing as a forte through the progress and backing of nurses to promote outstanding patient care. The organization is an expert in neuroscience nursing and has a professional interest to motivate passion in nurses for the specialty (American Association of Neuroscience Nurses [AANN], 2015a). AANN has no discrimination against a non-professional. It offers membership in a variety of scales. The first is Active membership which is offered to registered nurses (RN). It provides all the benefits of the website and the only membership that allows its followers to vote, hold elective office, and serve on committees. The second is an Associate member. This is offered to non-RN specialists who care for neuroscience patients. The third is the student membership. It is open to full time students eligible for the NCLEX exam. The final is the Corporate membership. It is available to any organization that supports the goals and missions of AANN. The only distinct difference from each membership is the fee to join and the allowance of voting,…
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