Educating today's nurse leaders, transforming tomorrow's health care.

The purpose of CGEAN is to foster knowledge, education and research for the advancement of nursing leadership and administration.


 

2014 INARC Conference

November 12-15, 2014
Dallas, Texas

Join us in Dallas, TX, famous for Barbeque,
Southfork Ranch, and the Dallas Cowboys!

Please note that INARC has moved to even years so as not
to coincide with the Biennial Sigma Theta Tau Convention

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CGEAN is proud to announce the 2014 Research Awards: 

 

Student Award $1,000: Angela S. Prestia, PhD Student, Florida Atlantic University
CNO Sustainment in the Continued Practice of Nursing Leadership: A Phenomenological Inquiry

Early Career Award $2,500: Aditi Rao, PhD, RN, Nurse Research Scientist, University of Pennsylvania
Measuring Nurses’ Beliefs About Professional Nursing Peer Review

Experienced Career Award $2,000: Shin Hye Park, PhD, RN, Assistant Professor, University of Kansas School of Nursing
Patient Turnover and Nurse Outcomes on Acute Care Hospital Units

Congratulations to these awardees!


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Working with nurse educators and practice leaders from across the country, CGEAN serves as a networking medium for advancing educational policy, developing national platforms, and distributing information about administrative and leadership education.  Click here to read more.

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INARC 2014

November 12-15

Dallas, TX

The International Nursing Administration and Research Conference (INARC) Conference serves as a prominent vehicle for nursing educators, executives, administrators and researchers from all over the United States and Canada to strengthen their roles through learning, sharing and networking with professional colleagues.

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