The American Organization of Nurse Executives today announced its inaugural class of fellows. The designation recognizes a nurse leader’s sustained contributions to the specialty of nursing leadership, commitment to service and influence in shaping health care. AONE will honor the inductees on April 11 at its annual meeting in San Diego. “The AONE fellow designation reflects achievement at the highest level of nursing leadership practice excellence,” said AONE CEO Robyn Begley, DNP, R.N. “I look forward to honoring these 18 nurse leaders and thanking them for their contributions to AONE and the health care field.”

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