In light of the latest novel coronavirus (COVID-19) developments and the need for nursing leaders to remain onsite in their essential roles, the AHA and its American Organization for Nursing Leadership subsidiary made the difficult but necessary decision to cancel AONL’s March conference, the groups have announced. The AHA continues to closely monitor COVID-19 information and is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local authorities regarding AHA’s April Annual Membership Meeting. As this is an evolving situation, the AHA is continually reviewing policies and will update its meeting status as needed. Assistance for registered attendees impacted by COVID-19 who need to change their plans is available online along with the latest updates and resources on COVID-19
 

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