AONL

Mar 5, 2021
1.5 million people. That’s the approximate number of people that hospitals and health systems have treated for COVID-19 since the pandemic began. To put that in perspective, that would mean filling Chicago’s Soldier Field to capacity 24 times.
Oct 15, 2020
Joining us today for part 3 of the podcast series is Robyn Begley, CEO of American Organization for Nursing Leadership (AONL), and CNO at the AHA, in conversation with Agnes Barden, Vice President of the Office of Patient…
Oct 1, 2020
A vast majority of nurse leaders (86%) feel prepared for a future COVID-19 surge, according to more than 1,800 nurse leaders the AHA’s American Organization for Nursing Leadership surveyed in July about pandemic preparedness and other key issues.
Sep 25, 2020
American Organization for Nursing Leadership Board Chair Mary Ann Fuchs welcomed nearly 3,000 attendees to AONL 2020, which was held virtually.
Jul 14, 2020
To help clinicians lead their teams with confidence and care as they navigate the COVID-19 crisis, Robyn Begley, AHA senior vice president and chief nursing officer and CEO of the American Organization for Nursing Leadership, highlights resources and strategies for building resilience and leading…
May 20, 2020
Marking Mental Health Awareness Month, Robyn Begley, CEO of the American Organization for Nursing Leadership, writes that health care workers already faced burnout, addiction and suicide before COVID-19, and it’s important to tackle these issues now.
May 19, 2020
Marking Mental Health Awareness Month, Robyn Begley, CEO of the American Organization for Nursing Leadership, writes that health care workers already faced burnout, addiction and suicide before COVID-19, and it’s important to tackle these issues now.
Apr 21, 2020
This year was already designated as the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife before our current pandemic re-emphasized nurses’ vital role in caring for patients, comforting families and protecting the health of the community.
Apr 21, 2020
When the World Health Assembly designated 2020 as the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, they had no idea a pandemic would envelop the world the same year. The convergence of these events is a poignant reminder of nurses’ vital role in caring for patients, comforting families and…