Give your students the best chance of success, with teaching resources from the ANA Enterprise. Take advantage of complimentary publications that feature the latest in nursing knowledge, and exclusive resources to inspire the next generation of nurses.
We’ve collated a wealth of information to help you guide your students through the various certification programs from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).
With introductory videos to share, essential forms nursing students will need, and much more – our faculty and student resources features a host of useful links and tools for nurse educators.
APRN Faculty toolkit
An excellent starting point for educators whose students are following the path towards Advance Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) certification, our toolkit has all the information a prospective APRN needs about their journey to certification – and beyond.
For educators helping their students learn about Magnet® recognition, we have compiled a series of resources to help promote certification to nursing students, support continuing education for nursing faculty, and integrate content about the Magnet Model and its framework into nursing school curricula.
ANA tools for nurse educators
Gain support in all aspects of the teaching experience, with a vast range of resources – just pick the ones that best suit you. These include:
- Classroom tools: From videos to presentations, access resources to show to your students.
- Instructor modules: Explore tried and tested learning strategies in a range of American Nurses Association (ANA) publications, to get your message through and inspire.
- Course Adoption Program: Through this program, hundreds of nationally accredited nursing schools have utilized many ANA titles in their coursework.
- Desk copies: Complimentary desk copies are available for instructors who adopt an ANA title for course use.
Nurse standards and Code of Ethics
Nursing: Scope & Standards of Practice and the Code of Ethics for Nurses with Interpretive Statements are essential to the educational foundations of every nurse. Now, it’s never been easier to incorporate these integral values into your teaching.
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