Hospital and nursing leaders today joined the AHA and its American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) subsidiary for a National Hospital Week and National Nurses Week Twitter chat recognizing the more than 5.7 million people that work in America’s hospitals and health systems. Follow the conversation at @ahahospitals and @TweetAONE or by following #HospitalWeek on Twitter. As part of the week’s activities, AONE also released an interactive timeline showing the history of National Nurses Week and why it is celebrated around the world.

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