• Keeping the Patient in Patient Safety: Q and A with HRET’s Sue Collier

    March 13 2017|Publication: AONE Alert|Related Topics: Patient safety

    Sue Collier MSN, RN, FABC, is clinical content development lead at the AHA’s Health Research and Educational Trust (HRET) and responded to questions from AONE about engaging patients and families in clinical safety. Collier has held a variety of clinical and executive leadership positions in a multi-hospital health care system, including corporate vice president for patient-family experience. Collier also served at the North Carolina Quality Center/North Carolina Hospital Association as a performance improvement specialist in patient and family engagement. 

  • Patient Safety Awareness Week 2017

    March 12 2017|Publication: AONE Alert

    As nurse leaders, we know safety is the cornerstone of providing quality patient care. Patient Safety Awareness Week is an opportunity to celebrate the importance of maintaining a culture of safety.

  • Leader to Watch Maureen Swick, RN, MSN, PhD, NEA-BC

    February 16 2017|Publication: AONE Alert

    Maureen Swick, RN, MSN, PhD, NEA-BC, was featured on the cover of our April 2016 issue as the incoming AONE president. During that interview, she discussed her leadership career and philosophy. This interview focuses on her new role as AONE chief executive officer (CEO) and senior vice president (SVP) and chief nursing officer (CNO) of the American Hospital Association (AHA).

  • 5 reasons why AONE 2017 is the can't miss nursing conference

    February 03 2017|Publication: AONE Alert

    AONE 2017 will celebrate the past, present and future of nursing leadership. Come commemorate 50 years of nursing leadership and explore what the next 50 years of nursing leadership will bring to the health care field. 

  • AONE looks back on 2016

    December 28 2016|Publication: AONE Alert
  • Top ten reasons to join AONE

    October 03 2016|Publication: AONE Alert|Related Topics: AONE

    Perhaps the only thing changing faster than health care is nursing leadership. Nurse leaders don’t want to have the playbook written for them or have their future determined by others. Nurse leaders need to define where the profession is heading.

  • Advancing Health in America - Maureen Swick

    September 12 2016|Publication: AONE Alert|Related Topics: AONE

    Starting today, AONE CEO Maureen Swick, senior vice president and chief nursing officer, American Hospital Association, will be the voice for radio spots promoting the Advancing Health in America campaign.

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