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  • Title: American Association for the History of Nursing, Inc.
    Descriptive info: .. About AAHN.. AAHN Calendar of Events.. Board of Directors and Leadership.. Bylaws.. Strategic Plan.. Position Paper on History in Curriculum.. Contact Us.. Membership.. Membership Information.. Join AAHN.. Nursing Bucks Program.. Nursing History.. Feature Exhibit: Collectibles.. Nursing History Calendar.. Travel to Nursing History Sites.. Training circa 1884.. Gravesites of Prominent Nurses.. Research Resources.. Historical Methodology.. Bibliography.. Research Grants.. Support Research Grants.. Research Awards.. AAHN Store.. Publications.. Nursing History Review.. Bulletin.. Conference.. Annual Fall Historical Research Conference.. Call for Abstracts.. Past Conferences.. Hosting a Conference.. Members.. Members Only.. Nominations.. Home.. AAHN.. The.. American Association for the History of Nursing.. (.. ) is a professional organization open to everyone interested in the history of nursing.. Originally founded in 1978 as a historical methodology group, the association was briefly named the International History of Nursing Society.. The purpose of the Association shall be to foster the importance of history as relevant to understanding the past, defining the present, and influencing the future of nursing by.. Continue.. Mission:..  ...   members have the opportunity to meet and discuss historical interests with other nursing history researchers.. Join AAHN Today!.. Upcoming Events.. Save the Date.. 31st Annual AAHN Nursing Conference.. Storrs and Hartford, CT.. September 18-21, 2014.. Co-Sponsored by the University of Connecticut School of Nursing.. Hartford Hilton Hotel.. Institutional Members.. Donate to AAHN.. There are multiple ways you can direct your contributions:.. Back to Top.. What's Happening.. Bates Nursing History Center Accepting 2014 Fellowship Applications.. The next Bulletin issue is here!.. Submit Your Abstract for the 2014 AAHN Annual Conference!.. Listen to the November Talking History Recording.. Call for Papers:.. Health Emergency and Disaster Nursing (HEDN).. journal.. Call for Proposals in New Series:.. Nursing History: Narratives for the Twenty-First Century.. Quick Links.. Members Only Area.. American Association for the History of Nursing, Inc.. 10200 W 44th Avenue, Suite 304, Wheat Ridge, CO, 80033, 303-422-2685.. aahn@aahn.. org.. 2007 All Rights Reserved Designed by.. Free CSS Templates.. Images in header are from the.. National Library of Medicine..

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  • Title: About AAHN
    Descriptive info: The purpose of the Association shall be to foster the importance of history as relevant to understanding the past, defining the present, and influencing the future of nursing by:.. Stimulating national and international interest and collaboration in the history of nursing;.. Educating nurses and the public regarding the history and heritage of the nursing profession;.. Encouraging and supporting research in the history of nursing and recognizing outstanding scholarly achievement in nursing history;.. Encouraging the collection, preservation, and use of materials of historical importance to nursing;.. Serving as a resource for information about nursing history;.. Producing and distributing educational materials related to the history and heritage of the nursing profession;.. Promoting the inclusion of  ...   offers four prestigious.. Awards.. for completed historical research, and.. post-doctoral grant and a research grant for students.. AAHN Logo.. The AAHN is thrilled to present its new 21st century logo.. The new logo replaces the original logo designed by the founding members of the AAHN and adopted in 1991.. That logo was in the form of a cipher,” a decorative interwoven presentation of the first letters in the association's name.. The use of ciphers was common during the l8th Century.. The 1991 logo stood the test of time honorably.. The AAHN looks forward to the new logo working as well for the AAHN as the original logo did for the Association’s first thirty years..

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  • Title: AAHN Calendar
    Descriptive info: AAHN Calendar.. 2014.. January 20, 2014.. Late Winter.. deadline.. January 31, 2014.. Deadline for Call for.. Abstracts.. April 1, 2014.. Deadline for.. Grants.. Deadline for Board of Directors.. nominations.. TBA.. Conference registration brochure circulates.. 2014 Spring Board of Directors Meeting.. May 1, 2014.. Award.. Mid-May 2014.. Ballots circulate.. May 19, 2014.. Summer.. deadline.. June 2014.. Conference registration opens.. Mid-June, 2014.. Conference content brochure circulates.. Ballots Deadline.. September 19, 2014.. Fall.. September 18, 2014.. Pre-conference Workshop.. September 18–21, 2014.. 31st.. Annual Fall.. , Storrs, Connecticut.. September 21, 2014.. Annual General Membership Meeting..

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  • Title: AAHN Board of Directors
    Descriptive info: Jean Whelan, President.. OFFICE.. NAME.. TERM.. President.. Jean Whelan.. 2012-2014.. 1st Vice President, Chair Strategic Planning.. Mary Tarbox.. 2nd Vice President, Chair Program.. John Kirchgessner.. 2013-2015.. Secretary.. Barbara Lee Maling.. Treasurer.. Jennifer Telford.. Director, Chair Publications.. Barbara Gaines.. Director, Chair Awards.. Joan E.. Lynaugh.. Director, Chair Bylaws Policies.. Annemarie McAllister.. Director, Member, Finance.. Ewing “Rusty” Lusk.. Director, Member, Strategic Planning.. Gerard Fealy.. Director, Member, Research Review Committee.. Cynthia Connolly.. 2012–2014.. Executive Director (Ex Officio).. David Stumph.. Archivist.. Gertrude Hutchinson.. 2011-2015.. Editor,.. Patricia D'Antonio.. 2001-2020.. Abstract Review Chair.. Jeanine Uribe.. Nominating Committee Chair.. Sylvia Rinker.. Arlene Keeling.. Past AAHN Presidents.. 1979-1980.. Teresa E.. Christy, EdD, RN, FAAN.. 1980-1982.. Sydney D.. Krampitz, PhD, RN.. 1982-1984.. Shirley H.. Fondiller, EdD,  ...   1996-1998.. Marilyn Flood, PhD, RN.. 1998-2000.. Nettie Birnbach, EdD, RN, FAAN.. 2000-2002.. Eleanor Krohn Herrmann, EdD, RN, FAAN.. 2002-2004.. Kathleen S.. Hanson, PhD, RN.. 2004-2006.. Sandra B.. Lewenson, EdD, RN, FAAN.. 2006-2008.. Arlene Keeling, PhD, RN.. 2008-2010.. Sylvia Rinker, PhD, RN.. 2010-2012.. Brigid Lusk, PhD, RN.. Past AAHN Editors.. Nursing History Review.. Editor.. VOLUMES.. Joan L Lynaugh, RN, PhD, FAAN.. 1993-2002.. 1-10.. Patricia D'Antonio, RN, PhD,.. 2003-present.. 11+.. ISSUES.. Bonnie and Vern Bullough, RN, PhD, FAAN.. 1983-1986.. 1-11.. Signe S Cooper, RN, MN, FAAN.. 1986-1992.. 12-35.. Alma S Woolley, RN, PhD, FAAN.. 36-55.. Susan Dudas, RN, MN, FAAN.. 1997-2002.. 56-74.. Linda Sabin, RN, PhD.. 2002-2007.. 75-96.. 2008.. 97.. Beth Ann Reedy.. 2008-2012.. 98-106.. Gertrude Hutchinson.. 2013-present.. 107+..

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  • Title: AAHN Bylaws
    Descriptive info: Bylaws.. ARTICLE I.. The name of the organization shall be American Association for the History of Nursing (AAHN), hereinafter referred to as the Association.. The Association is organized as a 501 (c) (3) not for profit corporation for educational, charitable and literary purposes.. It shall be conducted so that no part of its income or earnings will inure to the benefit of any member, director, officer, or other individual.. ARTICLE II.. stimulating national and international interest and collaboration in the history of nursing;.. educating nurses and the public regarding the history and heritage of the nursing profession;.. encouraging and supporting research in the history of nursing and recognizing outstanding scholarly achievement in nursing history;.. encouraging the collection, preservation, and use of materials of historical importance to nursing;.. serving as a resource for information about nursing history;.. producing and distributing educational materials related to the history and heritage of the nursing profession;.. promoting the inclusion of nursing history in nursing curricula;.. fostering interdisciplinary collaboration in history.. ARTICLE III — MEMBERSHIP.. Eligibility.. Membership shall be open to individuals and agencies/organizations/corporations interested in the purposes and work of the Association without regard to nationality, gender, sexual preference, race, creed, or age.. Individual members shall be eligible to vote, and to serve on committees and work groups.. ARTICLE IV — DUES.. The dues year for all members shall be a period of twelve consecutive months beginning on the day the member joins the Association.. Membership dues shall be payable in U.. S.. currency.. Dues shall be set by the Board of Directors.. ARTICLE V — MEETINGS.. Section 1 — Annual Membership Meeting.. An annual meeting for the transaction of the business of the Association shall be held at the determination of the Board of Directors.. The annual meeting shall be open to members and include invited guests.. Members may propose agenda items in writing to the president thirty days prior to scheduled meetings.. A quorum for the Annual Membership meeting shall be five board members (one of whom must be the president, first vice president or second vice president) and three percent of the total membership of AAHN at the time the meeting is held.. Individual members shall have the right to vote at the Annual Membership Meeting.. Agency/organization/corporate members shall be entitled to one vote.. Section 2 — Board of Directors Meeting.. The Board of Directors shall meet at least once annually and at other times as determined by the Board of Directors.. The president shall determine the date and place of meetings in consultation with the executive secretary and approval by the Board.. A quorum shall be at least six Board members: one of whom must be the president, first vice-president, or second vice-president.. Section 3 — Committee Meetings.. Committee meetings shall be called at the discretion of the chairperson, and notice shall be given to the members prior to the meeting.. Section 4 — Special Meetings.. Special meetings of the membership may be called at the discretion of the Board of Directors.. Members may petition the Board with no less than twenty signatures of individual members to hold a special meeting for the conduct of business.. The Board will schedule the meeting within sixty (60) days unless petitioners request a later date.. Notice of date, time, and purpose of the meeting shall be sent to all members within 30 days of special meeting.. A quorum for the special meetings shall be six Board members (one of whom must be the president, first vice-president or second vice-president) and 30 individual members present.. Individual members shall have the right to vote at special meetings of the membership.. ARTICLE VI — OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS.. Section 1 — Eligibility.. Individual members shall be eligible to hold office and serve on committees and work groups.. Section 2 — Composition.. The officers of the Association shall be the president, first vice-president, second vice-president, secretary, and treasurer.. The Board of Directors shall consist of the officers and directors.. The executive secretary and immediate past president shall serve as ex-officio members without a vote.. Section 3 — Authority and Duties of the Board.. All powers of the Association are vested in and shall be exercised by the Board of Directors during the interim between membership meetings, except that the Board may not nullify or modify any action taken at the membership meetings, and subject to the provisions of these Bylaws.. Management by the Board of Directors shall include the following duties:.. Appoint an executive secretary who shall be the administrative officer and general manager of the Association responsible to the Board of Directors and who shall carry out such responsibilities in connection with the duties of the office as specified by the Board of Directors, within approved budget limitations.. Manage the personnel, property, and business of the Association and establish permanent headquarters.. Monitor the achievement of organizational objectives and mandates of the membership, and set policy.. Approve all policies related to the Association’s publications.. Approve the annual budget and biennial review.. Appoint work groups to address specific needs of the Association.. Review and approve the terms of official relationships established with other organizations or corporations and approve any commitment in the form of action, statement of policy or position, or financial obligations involved in the Association’s relationships with other organizations or corporations.. Have the power to fill vacancies on the Board of Directors and Nominating Committee for the unexpired term, unless otherwise specified in these bylaws.. Have the option of removing a Board member from office if said Board member fails to fulfill his/her responsibilities as defined in the bylaws and policies of the Association.. This action will require a 3/4 vote of the Board of Directors.. In case of emergency, mail votes by referendum or by conference call may be taken by the Board of Directors, provided the same information is conveyed to each Board member.. Section 4 — Executive Committee.. The five elected officers and the executive secretary (ex-officio without a vote) shall serve as the Executive Committee.. The Executive Committee shall have the power to transact business between the meetings of the Board of Directors when the business cannot wait until the next regularly scheduled Board meeting.. All transactions of this committee shall be reported in full at the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Directors.. The Executive Committee may conduct business by telephone or mail.. All Board members shall be notified by mail of any actions taken by the Executive Committee within two weeks of the Executive Committee meeting..  ...   chairperson of the Abstract Review Committee shall be appointed by the president.. The chairperson shall appoint at least four members with the approval of the president.. The Abstract Review Committee member appointment is for two years, staggered terms.. Solicit and recommend to the Program Planning Committee chairperson abstracts for papers to be presented at the annual conference according to the policies of the Association.. Section 2 — Strategic Planning Committee.. Responsibilities.. The Strategic Planning Committee is responsible for:.. Ongoing assessment of the mission, purposes, structure, trends, and programs of the Association.. Developing recommendations for strategies to achieve the mission and purposes of the Association and assume responsibilities and duties as assigned by the Board.. The committee consists of five members:.. The chairperson of the committee shall be the first vice-president.. The immediate past president shall serve for two years in an ex-officio capacity without vote.. One director and two members shall be appointed by the president with approval by the Board of Directors.. Appointment is for two years.. Section 3 — Awards Committee.. The Awards Committee is responsible for:.. Soliciting nominations for awards and selecting awards recipients.. Notifying the Board of Directors of the recipients.. Arranging for presentation of the awards.. The Awards Committee chairperson shall be a director.. Members of the Awards Committee shall consist of the chairs of each of the awards subcommittees.. There shall be a subcommittee for each Association award.. The subcommittees shall conduct the selection of the award recipients according to the criteria and policies of the Association.. The subcommittees shall be composed of the chairperson and two committee members.. The president shall appoint the chairpersons and the members of the awards subcommittees with approval by the Board of Directors.. Awards subcommittee appointments are for two years.. Section 4 — Publications Committee.. The Publications Committee shall be responsible for:.. Administering publications authorized by the Board of Directors.. Overseeing contract negotiations and making recommendations to the Board.. Making recommendations to the editors of the various publications and the webmaster.. Acting as an intermediary between the Board and the editors of the publications in case of disagreement.. Periodically evaluating publications and providing appropriate feedback.. Identifying methods to increase circulation of publications.. Other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors.. The Publications Committee chairperson shall be a director.. Members of the Publications Committee shall consist of the following:.. treasurer;.. two members appointed by the president with approval by the Board of Directors;.. Editors of each of the Association’s publications and the webmaster shall serve as ex-officio members without a vote.. The editors of the publications shall be appointed by the president with approval by the Board of Directors.. Editors and webmaster may serve until their successors are appointed.. Terms of appointment are negotiated with the president.. The Publications Committee chair, and two members serve for two years.. Section 5 — Finance Committee.. The Finance Committee shall be responsible for:.. Making recommendations to the Board of Directors for investment guidelines for Association financial resources.. Making recommendations to the Board of Directors for raising funds for the Association.. Making recommendations to the Board of Directors for acquisition of fixed assets for the Association.. Receives directly and approves an annual budget from the editors and webmaster for each publication of the association.. The treasurer serves as chairperson of the Finance Committee.. The members of the committee shall be the president (ex-officio without vote), one director, and two members appointed by the president with approval by the Board of Directors.. The executive secretary shall serve as an ex-officio member.. Section 6 — Bylaws and Policies Committee.. The Bylaws and Policies Committee shall be responsible for:.. Reviewing and recommending revisions of the bylaws to the Board of Directors as the needs of the Association dictate.. Reviewing and recommending policies to the Board of Directors as the needs of the Association dictate.. The Bylaws and Policies Committee chairperson shall be a director.. The president shall appoint committee members on an ad hoc basis at the request of the committee chair, with approval of the Board of Directors.. The Bylaws and Policies Committee chairperson and members serve for two years.. Section — 7 Research Review Panel.. The Research Review Panel shall be responsible for:.. Oversight of the review and applications for funding for all research on the history of nursing and health care which is sponsored by AAHN.. The Panel will solicit applications, review applications for research grants, and select grantees.. Develop and review procedures and criteria for funding decisions subject to approval by the board.. The Research Review Committee chairperson shall be a director.. Four members appointed by the president with approval of the Board of Directors.. The Panel will be made up of experienced historians who have obtained funding from peer reviewed sources, have a record of research productivity and are members of AAHN.. ARTICLE IX — WORK GROUPS.. The Board of Directors may establish work groups for such purposes as deemed necessary and with such powers as the Board of Directors may provide.. ARTICLE X — DISSOLUTION.. In the event of dissolution of the Association, any funds remaining shall be distributed to one or more regularly organized and qualified charitable, educational, literary, or scientific organizations to be selected by the Board of Directors.. ARTICLE XI — PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY.. Robert's Rule of Order.. , Revised, shall govern all meetings of the Association, the Board of Directors, and all committees on any point not covered by the bylaws.. ARTICLE XII — FISCAL YEAR.. The fiscal year shall be January 1 through December 31.. ARTICLE XIII — AMENDMENTS.. Section 1.. These bylaws may be amended at the Annual Membership Meeting by 2/3 vote of those present and voting provided that notice of the proposed amendments has been sent to the members at least thirty days prior to the meeting.. Section 2.. Proposed amendments may be submitted by any member in writing, carrying the proponent’s signature, to the chairperson of the Bylaws and Policies Committee for review at least sixty days prior to the Annual Membership Meeting.. Section 3.. These bylaws may be amended without advance notice at the Annual Membership Meeting by 99% vote of those members present and voting, providing that the proposed amendments shall have been presented to the presiding officer before the meeting.. Section 4.. Amendments to the bylaws, adopted at the Annual Membership Meeting, shall take effect immediately following the meeting unless determined otherwise.. Revised 9/2011.. Revised 9/2009.. Revised 4/2007.. Revised 10/3/2004.. Revised 9/2002.. Total revision adopted 10/03/99.. Revised 10/97.. Revised 10/96.. Revised 9/93.. Revised 6/92.. Revised 1987..

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  • Title: AAHN Strategic Plan
    Descriptive info: 2012 Strategic Plan.. 2013 Strategic Plan..

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  • Title: AAHN Position Paper
    Descriptive info: Nursing History in the Curriculum:.. Preparing nurses for the 21st Century.. The American Association for the History of Nursing advocates the inclusion of nursing history in the curricula of all undergraduate and graduate nursing programs.. History content should be integrated into courses at the undergraduate and masters level.. At the doctoral level, a history of nursing course based on the advanced scholarship of nurse historians, and exemplifying sound historical research methods, should be required.. This position is based on the following rationale:.. All nursing graduates will face challenges in the next decades as they respond to the complexities of health care and the knowledge explosion of the 21st century.. These challenges will require new approaches to nursing education.. Curricula designed to prepare nurses for the new millennium should be as different from the current curriculum as the current curriculum is from that proposed by the National League for Nursing Education (NLNE) in 1917 (Stewart, 1943).. Creative approaches will be necessary to enhance student's cognitive flexibility and receptivity.. Critical choices will have to be made.. While debate continues concerning the technical elements that should be present in nursing education, the temptation to base curricular decisions on technical knowledge, overlooking the relevance of other elements, is short sighted.. Nurses in the 21st century will need more than sheer information; they will need a greater sensitivity to contextual variables and ambiguity if they are to critically evaluate the information they receive.. Nursing history content accomplishes several educational goals.. History offers not only contextual perspective, but also enlightenment.. Two early historians of nursing, Lavinia Dock and Isabel M.. Stewart expressed the depth of the gift that nursing history can provide: No occupation can be intelligently followed or correctly understood unless it is, at least to some extent, illumined by the light of history interpreted from the human standpoint (1938, p.. 3).. Nursing does not exist in an unpredictable vacuum.. The social pressures that have shaped nursing in the past persist today in new forms.. Today's challenges are not easily understood nor addressed in the absence of such insight.. The classic reason for studying history is to avoid repeating it.. However, there are health-related issues that could be addressed using recycled solutions.. For example, there is a current concern with such epidemics as the AIDS and Ebola viruses.. These problems can better be understood when epidemics of the past are  ...   by Clouser (1990) in which members of each profession are locked into a certain way of seeing their world (p.. 293).. It will open the doors to a wider philosophical tolerance for postpositivistic research methods.. The study of nursing history also provides a sense of professional identity.. Understanding that others have led crusades for improved health care to underserved populations in Appalachia or in the inner cities, or how early nurse leaders established nurse registration, is critical to the students' professional development.. As nurse historian Olga Church asserted (1993) graduates of nursing programs who have not been exposed to their heritage have not been properly oriented to the profession (p.. 1).. Furthermore, knowledge of historical research methods broadens the repertoire of research skills of the graduate student (Christy, 1975b) and strengthens writing skills.. Moving beyond quantitative research methods, the qualitative skill of conducting social history can enrich both the research of the scholar and the students one teaches.. Moreover, communicating the complex contextual issues related to an historical topic is a challenge to the writing skill of any scholar, and enhances one's ability to think critically.. In summary, including nursing history into the curriculum will allow us to educate rather than train our students.. In so doing, we will give them a sense of professional identity, a useful methodological research skill, and a context for evaluating information.. Overall, it will provide students with the cognitive flexibility that will be required for the formation and navigation of tomorrow's health care environment.. This position paper was prepared for AAHN by Arlene Keeling PhD, RN and is based on her work and that of Mary C.. Ramos, PhD, RN.. (1995).. The role of nursing history in preparing nursing for the future.. Nursing and Health Care 16(l).. : 30-34.. For a more complete argument, see that publication.. References.. Christy, T.. (1975).. The methodology of historical research: a brief foundation.. Nursing Research,.. 24(3): 189-92.. Clouser, K.. D.. (1990).. Humanities in medical education: Some contributions.. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 15:.. 289-301.. Church, O.. M.. (September 1993).. In search of nursing's history.. A Communications Service to Nursing School Deans Administrators and Faculty,.. 1-3.. Dock, L.. L.. Stewart, I.. (1938).. A short history of nursing.. (4th edition).. New York, NY: Putnam.. (1943).. The Education of nurses.. New York: The McMillan Company.. Approved by the AAHN Board of Directors, AAHN September 21, 2001©..

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  • Title: Contact AAHN
    Descriptive info: Contact AAHN.. Mail:.. Key Staff:.. 10200 W.. 44th Avenue, Suite 304.. Executive Director: David Stumph, IOM, CAE.. Wheat Ridge, CO 80033.. Director of Member Services: Kristi Klinke.. Member Services Coordinator: Paula Deviney.. Phone:.. Information Services Director: Ruth Gleason Roth.. (303) 422-2685.. Fax:.. (303) 422-8894.. Email:..

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  • Title: AAHN Membership
    Descriptive info: History provides current nurses with the same intellectual and political tools that determined nursing pioneers applied to shape nursing values and beliefs to the social context of their times.. Nursing history is not an ornament to be displayed on anniversary days, nor does it consist of only happy stories to be recalled and retold on special occasions.. Nursing history is a vivid testimony, meant to incite, instruct and inspire today's nurses as they bravely tread the winding path of a reinvented health care system.. To find out about these nursing pioneers and their efforts, join the American Association for the History of Nursing.. Becoming a member.. of AAHN provides you with a spectrum of opportunities to both enrich your professional life and contribute to the field of nursing history.. Members receive a discounted rate for the annual meeting and purchasing items from the Shop, as well as a reduced rate for the.. American Journal of Nursing.. The Nursing History Review.. (now also available online) and the semi-annual,.. Regular Member.. – Individuals interested in the purposes and work of the association.. Membership includes full voting privileges, all newsletters and notices, right to hold office and/or serve on committees and inclusion in searchable online Membership Directory..  ...   the Association and have retired from professional employment.. Membership includes, all newsletters and notices, and inclusion in online searchable Membership Directory – Dues $75.. Agency Member.. – Agencies, organizations, or corporations, with an interest in the purposes and work of the association.. Membership includes all newsletters and notices and inclusion in online searchable Membership Directory.. 00.. Institutional Member.. – Dues $500.. 00 - History centers, schools and departments of nursing, or any agency, organization or corporation with an interest in joining AAHN.. Membership includes:.. Four representatives will receive full regular member benefits.. – save $100 compared to purchasing four separate individual memberships (cost of $500 vs.. $600).. Reduced group price for Annual Conference registration.. Discounted exhibitor space.. – History Centers or others who chose to become Institutional Members may chose to exhibit at the conference.. Institutional Members will receive a 25% discount off the published rates for exhibit space.. Recognition on the AAHN website –.. Institutional members will be listed on the AAHN home page under a banner heading for the membership category.. They will have the option of providing a logo that can be hotlinked to their website in exchange for a reverse link to the AAHN website.. Join or Renew AAHN Membership..

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  • Title: AAHN Nursing Bucks
    Descriptive info: Nursing History Bucks.. Nursing History Bucks is designed to help members save money and to grow our organization.. You may earn Nursing History Bucks by encouraging your friends and colleagues to join AAHN and mention your name as sponsor on the application when they enroll.. For each new member who names you as sponsor, you will receive a $10 Nursing History Bucks* certificate.. Nursing History Bucks may be used to renew your membership, make a contribution to the AAHN, or as a discount on AAHN products in the.. AAHN store.. You can use your History of Nursing Bucks for any AAHN product or service.. Save them up for a bigger discount, or give them away to  ...   no expiration and no reason not to participate.. Using the Nursing Bucks.. To use your History of Nursing Bucks, please complete your renewal form, subtract the amount of your Bucks from the total fee, and enclose the certificates with your payment.. If you.. renew online.. at the AAHN website, you may indicate that you will be submitting your Bucks.. We will show a balance due on your record until we receive them in the mail.. If we do not receive them in a timely manner, we will then charge your card the balance owed.. If you have any questions about the Nursing History Bucks program, please contact the office at.. or (303) 422-2685.. *Not redeemable for cash..

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  • Title: AAHN Feature Exhibit: Collectibles
    Descriptive info: Many nurses who honor and cherish our profession's history acquire artifacts and ephemera from nursing's past.. These items often provide glimpses into long ago nurses or illuminate the practice of an earlier age.. What do you collect?.. Advertising Trade Cards.. Bedpans.. Books.. Cadet Corps.. Correspondence School Ephemera.. Cups.. Dolls, Figurines, Music Boxes.. Inhalers.. Invalid Feeders.. Magazines.. Medicine Cups.. Postcards.. Posters.. Photographs.. Sheet Music.. Stamps.. Syringe Kit.. Thermometers..

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