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March 21, 2019 | Video Library
Certification
Chief Nursing Officer & Senior Director of Strategic Planning & Initiatives, AONN+, Danelle Johnston, and Nurse Navigator Sharon Gentry explain why accreditation is so important to AONN+. Accreditation of the certification program shows that AONN+ as an organization has met the recognized standards. For individual navigators, the accreditation may be necessary for their careers. AONN+ is also working on achieving international accreditation so that navigators from countries outside the United States will have an internationally recognized and accredited navigation certification available.
Chief Nursing Officer & Senior Director of Strategic Planning & Initiatives, AONN+, Danelle Johnston, and Nurse Navigator Sharon Gentry offer helpful tips and strategies to prepare to take the oncology navigation certification exams. Their suggestions include webinars, materials on the website, and preparation books, as well as allowing ample preparation time, and devoting extra time to specific areas of weakness.
March 21, 2019 | Video Library
Certification
Chief Nursing Officer & Senior Director of Strategic Planning & Initiatives, AONN+, Danelle Johnston, and Nurse Navigator Sharon Gentry discuss the significance of AONN+ taking the extra step toward achieving national accreditation for navigation certification. This credential demonstrates that the academy has risen to the next level of commitment and professionalism. This also demonstrates that the academy meets the rigorous standards necessary for accreditation.
AONN+ Metrics Subcommittee Co-Chairs Danelle Johnston and Tricia Strusowski describe how the AONN+ National Navigation Metrics study attempts to find a way to measure progams and performance in order to demonstrate the ways in which oncology navigators impact patient experience and outcomes, and providers' return on investment.
AONN+ Metrics Subcommittee Co-Chairs Danelle Johnston and Tricia Strusowski describe the oncology navigation metrics and qualitative study they worked on with the American Cancer Society. Looking at all models of oncology navigation and at their standardization, their barriers, and their tools has led to a number of insights and breakthroughs for the AONN+ metrics study team.
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