Are you a registered nurse in an ambulatory care setting?
AAACN understands, appreciates, and supports all ambulatory care nurses. Discover how AAACN supports nurses like you!
Participate in Communities - the online, members-only networking community of AAACN
Read ViewPoint, AAACN’s peer reviewed bimonthly publication.
Apply for Scholarships and awards.
Join a Special Interest Group (SIG)
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are networking groups that AAACN members can join related to one of many practice interests within ambulatory care nursing. Each of the 7 SIGs have their own Community, an online networking forum, to discuss related issues and best practices and share resources/tools with each other.
Care Coordination and Transition Management (CCTM)
The CCTM SIG provides a forum to discuss CCTM-related issues and best practices and share resources/tools with each other to support CCTM practice.
The goal of the Leadership SIG is to develop and support ambulatory care leaders. Leadership SIG members are diverse – from new leaders to seasoned experts.
The Patient/Staff Education SIG promotes excellence in nursing practice through patient and staff education competency of nurses in ambulatory care.
The Pediatrics SIG identifies ambulatory pediatric nursing as a key specialty within ambulatory care. The group's purpose is to support and promote networking opportunities for members who have a shared interest in pediatric nursing.
Telehealth Nursing Practice
The Telehealth SIG promotes telehealth nursing practice, an exciting sub-specialty in ambulatory care nursing.
The Tri-Service Military SIG represents the diverse group of military and government nurses in AAACN. Its members have a variety of clinical backgrounds, including inpatient/outpatient, large, and small facilities, and collaborate on ambulatory care and related issues that touch nursing across the military.
The VA SIG provides a forum to discuss best practices in ambulatory care in the VA setting, and to network with VA nurses across the country; a very interactive, supportive group, with lively discussions on a wide variety of topics.
Nurses, Share Your Stories
Your experiences as a nurse are powerful, not just for our nursing community, but for everyone.
AAACN would like to give you a voice, so we are asking you to share your COVID-19 stories and experiences, which we will present on our digital and print platforms.
All submissions will be posted in a new section on the AAACN website. We want to hear what you have to say.