National Nurses Day 2011

May 9, 2011 by staff 

National Nurses Day 2011National Nurses Day 2011, American Association of Heart Failure Nurses (AAHFN), along with the American Nurses Association (ANA) celebrated National Nurses Week May 6 to 12 2011 National Nurses Day and the May 6, 2011.

Each year, National Nurses Week focuses attention on the various forms 3,100,000 U.S. nurses working to save lives and improve the health of millions of people. The theme for 2011 is “Nurses trusted to care.” AAHFN believes that the road to wellness begins with the nurses caring, dedicated.

“Nurses make an important work in relation to patient care every day,” said Vera Barton-Caro, AAHFN President. “This week is a wonderful opportunity to reflect and show appreciation for their response to care for the needy. AAHFN members are representatives of the major impact that nurses can do individually to help patients with heart failure live stronger and healthy lives. ”

Today, AAHFN has launched its own heart failure nurse certification program for further progress in the field of nursing of heart failure. In honor of National Nurses Week, AAHFN like to recognize not only the work of the heart failure nurses, but all the nurses for their dedication to the practice to promote optimal patient outcome. During National Nurses Week this year, AAHFN asking members to wear their pin with pride AAHFN members.


The American Association of Heart Failure Nurses (AAHFN) brings together professionals in the support and advancement of the practice of heart failure, education and research to promote optimal patient outcome. AAHFN is dedicated to promoting nursing education, clinical practice and research with the aim of establishing standards for the care of elderly patients with heart failure. Get more information regarding the certification exam first nurse heart failure, the annual meeting in June 2011 in Seattle and Patient Education Program Connect with visiting American Nurses Association of heart failure and following @ AAHFN Facebook in Twitter.

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