Introduction: The Ambulatory Care Nurse Executive Toolkit

The AAACN Ambulatory Care Nurse Executive Toolkit was designed with nurses like you in mind.

This Toolkit is a compilation of resources used to examine and develop organization structures, roles, and competencies for the ambulatory care nurse executive, which includes:

  • Evidence and examples of current ambulatory care nurse leadership job roles and responsibilities, including leadership development processes, from small rural settings to large academic medical centers.
  • Resources and references to guide and facilitate assessment of the current state of ambulatory care nursing structure and identify an ideal state organization structure.
  • Resources to make a business case to boards and organizations on the role and value of ambulatory nursing leadership.

 AAACN members enjoy exclusive access to the online version of this toolkit, which includes exemplars that are not shared anywhere else.

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DISCLAIMER: AAACN does not endorse or make representations with respect to the research, tools, services, treatment plans, or products provided in the Ambulatory Care Nurse Executive Toolkit. The Ambulatory Care Nurse Executive Toolkit is for informational purposes only. All information found here was believed to be correct at the time of inclusion and is subject to change, based on new research and development, and does not necessarily express the views of AAACN.

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