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Note - Members have free access to our Nephrology Nursing Journal articles along with meeting content that is more than 3 years old!
The Nephrology Nursing Journal is a refereed clinical and scientific resource that provides current information on wide variety of subjects to facilitate the practice of professional nephrology nursing. Its purpose is to disseminate information on the latest advances in research, practice, and education to nephrology nurses to positively influence the quality of care they provide.
The Nephrology Nursing Journal is designed to meet the educational and information needs of nephrology nurses in a variety of roles at all levels of practice. It also serves as a source for nonnephrology nurses. Its content expands the knowledge base for nephrology nurses, stimulates professional growth, guides research-based practice, presents new technological developments, and provides a forum for review of critical issues promoting the advancement of nephrology nursing practice.
Each year, ANNA hosts a Volunteer Leaders Workshop for our Chapter Officers, Committee Chairs, and Specialty Practice Networks. During these workshops, we provide some CE sessions, and those can be found here.
CExpress is a series of brief online educational programs that provide an overview of topics that non-nephrology nurses may find helpful in providing care for individuals in various stages of chronic kidney disease. These programs also may be helpful to nurses new to nephrology, or more experienced nephrology nurses who want to refresh their knowledge of specific topics.
Each program is designed to be completed in 30 minutes or less and costs only $5 (includes content and CNE processing).
These educational modules - Chronic Kidney Disease: What Every Nurse Caring for the CKD Patient Should Know - are designed to support the learning needs of nurses who care for nephrology patients in alternative settings. The modules address the nursing care needs of the chronic kidney disease (CKD) patient in settings outside of nephrology or dialysis. Given the magnitude of the population afflicted with CKD and the variety of settings in which these patients are found, this series will benefit nurses caring for nephrology patients in many settingsThe CKD modules have been made possible by a generous grant to ANNA for their production and promotion by the Institute for Clinical Excellence, Education, and Research (ICEER). The modules are dedicated to the memory of ICEER's creator and president, the late Sally Burrows-Hudson, MSN, RN, CNN. Sally served ANNA in many roles, including as 1990-1991 President. She was a tireless advocate and a fierce proponent of education for all nurses.
The ANNA Core Curriculum for Nephrology Nursing, Sixth Edition content is not available online; however, you can complete your CNE Evaluations here.