Call for Authors and Reviewers
Clinical Practice Guideline: Prevention of Complications in Patients with Bilateral Total Joints in the Acute and Inpatient Rehabilitation Settings
ARN is seeking members who are interested in serving as authors and/or reviewers for the development of a new clinical practice guideline titled “Prevention of Complications in Patients with Bilateral Total Joints in the Acute and Inpatient Settings.” ARN's authors and reviewers will be collaborating with orthopaedic nurses from the National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses, who will also share in authorship as well as content reviewers.
Learn more and submit your interest.
2016 Annual Educational Conference
Be sure to mark your calendars and join your colleagues September 28-October 1, 2016, in Philadelphia, PA for the 42nd Annual Educational Conference.
New! Order the latest edition of the ARN Core Curriculum.
The 7th edition of the popular text The Specialty Practice of Rehabilitation Nursing: A Core Curriculum is here! Order your copy today!
2015 Online PRN Course Now Available
Comprehensive care for the rehabilitation patient.
Recorded live, you will find essential knowledge and best practices for all rehabilitation nurses. Great study resource for the CRRN exam.
Verify CRRN Status Online
You may now verify an individual's CRRN status online. You will need the certification number to verify certification.
New CRRN Review Flashcards - Now also Available in Electronic Format!
Introducing a must have study resource for the CRRN exam. CRRN Review Flashcards! Developed by CRRNs, this new resource covers over 350 cards covering all four domains and 18 tasks in the CRRN Examination Content Outline. Cards include definitions, concepts and exam-style multiple choice questions, plus blank cards to create your own flashcards. Purchase here.
NEW Spasticity Rehab Insights eCourse
Attend Spasticity: Diagnosis and Treatment in the Rehabilitation Client to learn how rehabilitation nurses can identify and treat patients with spasticity. This eCourse will address the use of pharmacology agents in rehab and may be recognized for credit toward ANCC Certified Nurse Specialist and Nurse Practitioner recertification.