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1 2014 AANN ANNUAL REPORT Presented jointly with the American Board of Neuroscience Nursing and the Agnes Marshall Walker Foundation

2 2014 BOARD OF DIRECTORS The American Association of Neuroscience Nurses (AANN), the American Board of Neuroscience Nursing (ABNN), and the Agnes Marshall Walker Foundation (AMWF) present the 2014 AANN Annual Report. This report highlights our accomplishments after the 2014 Annual Meeting through the 2015 Annual Meeting and looks at our goals for the duration of This past year we continued to drive toward our goal of being the leading authority in neuroscience nursing. With our strategic plan in mind, we made great strides in the areas of education, customer engagement, neuroscience expertise, and finance. The 2015 AANN Annual Meeting theme, Enlighten, Engage, Empower, has been a driving force for our work in the year leading up to the meeting. We challenged our members to enlighten themselves with our educational products, such as the new AANN Comprehensive Review for Stroke Nursing book, and by participating in our Annual Meeting. We invited them to engage with our organization through committees and chapters. Additionally, AANN received unprecedented requests to engage with other nursing and medical organizations, demonstrating that we are the leading authority in neuroscience nursing. We encouraged members to empower themselves with knowledge and to carry the message back to their practice settings. AANN strives to enlighten our members through education, provide networking opportunities to engage with fellow neuroscience nurses, and empower our members to share their neuroscience expertise. Our success goes hand in hand with the continued advancement of neuroscience nursing as a whole, and our members are the driving force. We thank you for your continued support and invite you to join us on our journey for another year of success! PRESIDENT Megan Keiser, DNP RN ACNS-BC CNRN NP-C PRESIDENT-ELECT Janice L. Hinkle, PhD RN CNRN IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT Mary Kay Bader, MSN RN CCNS CCRN CNRN FAHA FNCS SCRN SECRETARY/TREASURER Michelle Van Demark, MSN RN CNRN DIRECTORS AT LARGE Patricia Lane, MBA BSN RN Missy Moreda, BSN RN CCRN CNRN SCRN Millie Hepburn, MPhil MSN RN ACNS-BC SCRN Twyila Lay, MS ACNP-BC ANP-BC Lindsey Siewert, MSN APRN CCNS CCRN Mona Stecker, DNP CNRN NP-BC EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Joan Kram, MBA RN FACHE Megan Keiser, DNP RN ACNS-BC CNRN NP-C AANN President Sarah Spencer, BSN RN CNRN ABNN President Lori Kennedy Madden, PhD MS RN ACNP-BC CCRN CNRN AMWF President AANN MISSION The American Association of Neuroscience Nurses (AANN) is committed to the advancement of neuroscience nursing as a specialty through the development and support of nurses to promote excellence in patient care. 2

3 EDUCATION GOAL: Nurses use AANN s educational products as their first choice to meet their neuroscience learning needs. Education is a major part of AANN s mission and vision. One of our strategic goals is for nurses to use our educational products as their first choice to meet their neuroscience learning needs. The Journal of Neuroscience Nursing (JNN) is one of AANN s most respected educational tools. In 2014, JNN s impact factor rose an impressive 20% to The JNN team launched a video abstract option, ramped up Facebook and Twitter activity, decreased review turnaround time, and added international reviewers. JNN includes content relevant to all levels of nursing practice and offers AANN members free continuing education (CE) credits. In October 2014, the JNN Editorial Board held a strategic planning session. They discussed the role of the editorial board and strategies for improving the Journal, and they established goals for the next few years. Part of the plan includes focusing on content that can be integrated into clinical practice, balancing research and clinical practice content, and increasing awareness of JNN. AANN has set the gold standard for clinical practice guidelines (CPGs). Partnerships were vital to the development of the CPGs, and AANN thanks our supporters. Two new CPGs were completed in 2014: The Care of the Adult Patient with a Brain Tumor and The Care of the Pediatric Patient with a Brain Tumor. AANN partnered with the American Brain Tumor Association to develop these CPGs and the corresponding free webinars, and we are proud that both guidelines were accepted into the National Guideline Clearing House. We are grateful to CPG Editor Patricia Blissitt, PhD RN ACNS-BC CCM CCNS CCRN CNRN, who was instrumental in the publication of several CPGs during her service from AANN welcomed CPG Editor Therese West, DNP APN-BC, in August 2014 and we look forward to seeing what the CPG Editorial Board achieves in impact factor 4,911 individual print subscribers 179 institutional print subscribers 3,788 individual digital subscribers 56,635 website visits in ,894 issues downloaded on the JNN ipad app 3

4 EDUCATION CONTINUED AANN is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). In 2014, we went through the approver reaccreditation site visit and were awarded Accreditation with Distinction, the highest recognition awarded. Approver status from ANCC allows AANN to approve educational programs for CE credit, which provides revenue for the association. AANN processes many applications for approval, which net several thousand dollars annually, and we expect a record number of CE applications in AANN continues to promote neuroscience education. To help nurses prepare for the ABNN Stroke Certified Registered Nurse (SCRN) exam, AANN published the AANN Comprehensive Review for Stroke Nursing book and e-book. AANN offers a variety of stroke certification study tools for purchase in our online store. The 47th Annual Educational Meeting, held in Nashville, TN, March 29 April 1, 2015, was a great opportunity for AANN members to Enlighten, Engage, and Empower. Attendance was impressive, especially in a time of budget cuts, and the meeting was filled with notable presenters and exhibitors. One attendee said, With this huge shift in health care and all the problems that have come to fruition because of it, this meeting helped me realize the whys of my initial decision to become a nurse. It s all about the patient, and I must keep my passion, no matter what industry stressors there are, and always remain positive and kind. Attendees participated in handson learning opportunities that met the needs of all members backgrounds and experience levels. AANN continues to evolve and advance the profession thanks to the unmatched passion of our members. ANNUAL MEETING & EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS 738 participants at the 2015 AANN Annual Educational Meeting 2,831 educational resources purchased 1,724 print resources 236 DVDs 871 electronic resources 4

5 CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT MEMBERSHIP GOAL: AANN is the first choice as a trusted resource and network for neuroscience nursing consumers. The voice of the AANN customer remains at the forefront of our customer engagement goal. A major benefit of AANN membership is having the opportunity to engage with local chapters throughout the year. Integrating the local chapters with the national organization has been a customer engagement goal during the past few years. The integration plan is complete, which means members of local chapters must also be AANN national members. We ve implemented online membership renewal and membership purchases to include the option to join a chapter based on the member s zip code. We re very excited about furthering the chapters impact in 2015! AANN s growing special focus group (SFG) Listservs and Facebook page continue to be robust resources and networking tools for members. The SFG Listservs are well used and regarded as some of the most valued membership benefits. The eight topic-specific Listservs provide opportunities to connect with more than 1,500 of our members who are on hand to answer challenging questions and offer advice. AANN s Facebook page experienced major growth in 2014 and now has more than 3,500 likes. Visit us at for the latest news in neuroscience nursing and association updates. AANN is proud to provide a wealth of membership benefits valued at more than $2,000 for less than $0.35 per day a value more than 15 times the cost of membership dues! In early 2014, AANN added a new membership benefit: e-membership in the American Nursing Association (ANA). AANN members have access to all members-only aspects of the ANA website, nursingworld.org. ANA e-membership includes digital access to ANA resources, including American Nurse Today and The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing. In addition, members have access to e-newsletters, free and discounted professional development resources and CE, member discounts at nursesbooks.org, and ANA s advocacy efforts. AANN looks forward to continued collaboration with ANA. During a November 2013 strategic planning session, the AANN Board of Directors and key leaders set a goal of increasing membership. Although we ve made progress, we haven t quite reached our target of 6,000 members. We ll continue to strive toward our goal and are looking to our members for help. Encourage colleagues to join this great organization, and tell them about our many membership benefits, including the e-membership in ANA. AANN MEMBERS ARE ENGAGED More than 100 members serving on 16 committees SFG LISTSERV 9 special focus groups (SFG) 33% AANN members involved in at least 1 SFG AANN.ORG 13,501 average monthly visits 162,011 total visits FACEBOOK 3,504 Facebook likes 2,595 average monthly reach 5

6 NEUROSCIENCE EXPERTISE INFLUENCE GOAL: AANN influences the advancement of the field of neurosciences. AANN continues to develop existing and new partnerships. AANN is affiliated with several allied organizations through which our nurses have the opportunity to share their neuroscience expertise. Membership in AANN includes membership to the World Federation of Neuroscience Nurses (WFNN). This connection offers members the ability to gain nursing knowledge and experience from 32 countries. Cindy Bautista, CNRN SCRN, is our representative to the WFNN. She acts as the liaison between WFNN and AANN and hosts international guests attending our annual meetings. We continue to collaborate with the American Heart Association (AHA)/ American Stroke Association (ASA). AANN and ABNN exhibited at the International Stroke Conference, and several hundred nurses stopped by our booths to learn more about membership and certification. We continue to nominate qualified members for key ASA committees and expand our reach to influence stroke research and treatment. We also maintain a partnership with the Nursing Community, a forum for national professional nursing associations to build consensus on and advocate for a wide spectrum of healthcare and nursing issues, including practice, education, and research. The AANN Advocacy Committee has positioned AANN as a thought leader in the neuroscience community. The committee reviewed several requests for endorsement this past year, and we anticipate many more exciting opportunities will come our way for review by this group. The committee uses a checklist they developed for reviewing requests for endorsement and, in spring 2014, launched an educational toolkit about the legislative process and how to become involved in healthy policy and advocacy. Visit the advocacy page of the AANN website (AANN.org/advocacy) for more information and updates on the committee s work. In 2015, the committee will continue to develop alliances with organizations to promote advocacy for the betterment of the neuroscience community. 6

7 FINANCE GOAL: Establish a long-term financial strategy that will guarantee the achievement of AANN s vision. Last year, AANN made great progress toward our financial goals. At the end of 2014, we were in good financial standing with 5.6 months of expenses in reserve. Operating revenue for the year totaled $1,743,413, with the membership and annual meeting revenues nearly tied as the greatest revenue generators for the association. Operating expenses for the year totaled $1,654,041. A continued focus on increasing operating revenue and adding non-dues revenue sources will contribute to AANN s financial success. The figures on this page represent AANN s financial activity for 2014, ending in December OPERATING REVENUE 2014 OPERATING EXPENSES Educational Programs/ Products 15% JNN/Newsletter Publication 9% Educational Programs/ Products 3% Membership 38% JNN/Newsletter Publication 8% Board/ Administrative 32% Annual Conference 36% Annual Conference 39% Membership 20% 2014 OPERATING TRENDS 2014 NET ASSETS $2,000,000 $1,800,000 $1,600,000 $1,400,000 $1,200,000 Revenue Expense $800,000 $700,000 $600,000 $500,000 $400,000 $300,000 $200,000 $100,000 $94,922 $164,081 $354,062 $495,607 $690,011 $632,080 $1,000, $

8 ABNN REPORT For many years AANN has collaborated with ABNN to provide members with educational and networking opportunities for professional growth. In August 2014, the ABNN Board of Trustees and other neuroscience nursing leaders met for a strategic planning session. ABNN is proud to share our new mission and vision statements, which were developed at this meeting. The ABNN mission statement is to advance neuroscience nurses practice and contributions to neurological health through certification of registered nurses. Our vision is for every person with neurological health needs to receive excellent care from ABNN-certified registered nurses. It s been less than 2 years since we launched the Stroke Certified Registered Nurse (SCRN) credential, and we are proud to celebrate its success. We accomplished a major milestone in July 2014 when the exam was accredited by the Accreditation Board for Specialty Nursing Certification (ABSNC), a nationally recognized accrediting body. Accreditation means that ABSNC has determined that the SCRN credential is based on a valid and reliable testing process and that the structures in place to administer the examination exceed the standards of the certification industry from a legal, regulatory, and association management perspective. The SCRN certification program has greatly exceeded our goals, and we look forward to another strong year. The passing rate was 75% in 2014, and we have more than 1,100 nurses SCRN certified. The Certified Neuroscience Registered Nurse (CNRN) certification program remains strong with 444 new CNRNs in The CNRN certification continues to grow, and the passing rate increased to 81% in We look forward to another strong year for the certification and adding to the 4,800 CNRNs BOARD OF TRUSTEES PRESIDENT Sarah Spencer, BSN RN CNRN PRESIDENT-ELECT Madona Plueger, MSN RN ACNS-BC CNRN IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT Lynn Hundley, MSN RN APRN CCNS CCRN CNRN SECRETARY/TREASURER Lori Rhudy, RN ACNS-BC CNRN TRUSTEES Bridget Wilson, MSN RN CNRN Leah Phillips-Black, MSN RN CNRN MSCS Henry Teplicki, MSN RN CNRN LNC SCRN PUBLIC MEMBER Joy Redmon, JD AANN BOARD LIAISON Missy Moreda, RN CNRN SCRN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Joan Kram, MBA RN FACHE 8

9 ABNN REPORT CONTINUED ABNN MISSION To advance neuroscience nurses practice and contributions to neurological health through certification of registered nurses. ABNN joins dozens of organizations honoring the importance of credentialing and certification on Certified Nurses Day each year on March 19. We were pleased to celebrate with our certificants because we believe credentials matter. ABNN commemorated Certified Nurses Day by sending notes to our more than 5,900 certificants. ABNN trustee and liaison to AANN Missy Moreda, RN CNRN SCRN, represented ABNN at the AHA/ASA International Stroke Conference in February ABNN also had representation at the ANCC National Magnet Conference. The purpose of exhibiting at these conferences was to promote the CNRN and SCRN credentials and increase the visibility of ABNN. We were pleased with the high level of interest from the nurses in attendance. CNRNs, SCRNs, and AANN members are the force behind this incredible year and are responsible for moving us closer to our goals. With your support and participation, we will continue to move forward as the leading authority in neuroscience nursing. VISION For every person with neurological health needs to receive excellent care from ABNN-certified registered nurses. 40% of AANN members hold CNRN certification 13% of AANN members hold SCRN certification 3% of AANN members hold both certifications 9

10 AWARD RECIPIENTS The following award recipients were honored at the 47th Annual Educational Meeting for their contributions to and influence in advancing neuroscience nursing through their practice efforts. EXCELLENCE IN ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSING Kathleen E. Hubner, MSN RN ACNS-BC ANVP CNRN (left) RISING STAR IN CLINICAL PRACTICE AWARD Lauren Perrey, BSN RN (left) EXCELLENCE IN CLINICAL PATIENT CARE Christine Cascone, RN CCRN (left) ABNN CERTIFICANT OF THE YEAR Staci Wuchner, MSN RN ACNS-BC CCRN CNRN SCRN (right) EXCELLENCE IN NEUROSCIENCE EDUCATION Jane Stewart, BSN RN CNRN SCRN (left) JNN NOVICE WRITER AWARD Malissa Mulkey, MSN APRN CCNS CCRN CNRN (left) JNN CHRISTINA STEWART-AMIDEI WRITING EXCELLENCE AWARD Esther Bay, PhD ACNS-BC (left) OUTSTANDING CHAPTER MoKan Blues Chapter 10

11 AMWF REPORT Agnes Marshall Walker was a loved and respected leader in the neuroscience nursing profession. Some of her many accomplishments included serving as AANN president, being a founding member and president of ABNN, being a founder of WFNN, and serving on the task force that developed the CNRN exam. Agnes passed away in September 2010, but her legacy lives on. Thanks to a generous bequest left to AANN by Agnes, we carry on her dedication to neuroscience education through the Agnes Marshall Walker Foundation (AMWF). The foundation works collaboratively with AANN and ABNN to support neuroscience education and certification in Agnes s honor. AMWF awards grants and scholarships for research, leadership, and educational pursuits. Grant recipients use the funds for neuroscience educational materials, research, professional development, or certification to promote excellence in patient care. On June 30, Agnes s birthday, AMWF held a Day of Giving. Thanks to member support, we raised more than $1,300! We challenged AANN chapters to see who could raise the most money on the Day of Giving. Congratulations to the MoKan Blues Chapter! AMWF held a fundraising event at the AANN Annual Educational Meeting at the Tequila Cowboy in Nashville. Attendees enjoyed live music, refreshments, a photo booth, mechanical bull rides, and more! AMWF thanks the Integra Foundation for their generous support of this event. Attendees at the Annual Educational Meeting had a chance to nominate a colleague for the Neuroscience Diva Award in support of AMWF. A donation of $100 allowed people to present their neuroscience diva with a pink boa to wear at the meeting. More than $4,800 was raised at the 2015 Annual Meeting. A total of $4,991 was raised during the calendar year of BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRESIDENT Lori Kennedy Madden, PhD RN ACNP-NC CCRN CNRN SECRETARY/TREASURER Mona Stecker, DNP CNRN NP-BC DIRECTORS AT LARGE Linda Littlejohns, MSN RN CNRN FAAN Sarah Spencer, BSN RN CNRN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Joan Kram, MBA RN FACHE (March 2014 February 2015) Leah Zamora (February 2015 Present) We can see we are now one world. Neurosurgical nursing is being recognized as a special field of patient care in many countries of the globe. As we forge ahead, let us work together and, united, go forward with strength and determination. Agnes Marshall Walker, Journal of Neuroscience Nursing 11

12 AMWF REPORT CONTINUED Thank you to the generous donors who supported AMWF and neuroscience nursing education in PLATINUM ($1,000+) Christie Elaine Artuso Michele M. Grigaitis Joanne V. Hickey DaiWai M. Olson Mona Stecker (In memory of Eileen V. Krubitzer) Leigh Williams (In memory of Robert Wayne Ward and Irene Kelso Loflin) Megan M. Keiser GOLD ($500 $999) Joan Kram Melissa V. Moreda Leah Zamora Diane Lada (In honor of Savanah Courtright, BSN CNRN) Twyila Lay Linda Littlejohns SILVER ($200 $499) Rachel D. Malloy Leah Phillips-Black Marsha B. Sherman Karen A. Smith Stacy L. Smith Andrea L. Strayer (In honor of the Philadelphia AANN Chapter) Michelle Van Demark Jean M. Brady Sandra Brettler Cathy C. Cartwright Susan Clark Susan B. Davis Christi Delemos Linda S. Dempsey Therea M. Gabay (In honor of the Pediatric SFG) Debby Gerhardstein Karen B. Godbole BRONZE ($50 $199) Leslie Goddard Janice L. Hinkle Lauren Huff Deborah L. Labell-Scarfo Lori Kennedy Madden Eileen Maloney-Wilensky Stephen Macrae Norma D. McNair Dorinda Kristal Nance Susan L. Nelmark Pegeen Mary O Connell Lynette M. Pettit Matthew Reilein (In memory of Richard Reilein) Lori M. Rhudy Susan Spence Sarah S. Spencer Cindy Sullivan Deborah Summers Bridget M. Wilson Jennifer M. Woods Lori A. Yonas 12

13 AMWF REPORT CONTINUED Nadeem Al Halabi Lori Anne Augspurger Nimia Baldonado Allison Begezda Tracy Anne Broomhead Dan Brown Janet Bruneau Victoria Camacho Stefanie Carbone Lucy M. Cheevers Amy Cheung-Taylor Delia Christian Megan Clark Michelle A. Cockrell Colleen Elizabeth Cooney Rosalina Dela Rosa Lisa Dubos Shirley Duvall Susan Effinger Nancy E. Foulds Kathleen A. Garvin Susan Gordon Roberta Gurley David Hackett SUPPORTERS Millie Hepburn Amber Hill Amy Denise Hogue Victoria G. Holman Janet Lynn Hundley Faith O. Hunt Beverly Gail Jaggers Lesley D. Kirkendall Patricia E. Knapp Kimberly Caroline Koldras Merike V. Koshal Shelly E. Limon Wilma MacKenzie Robin W. McBrearty Joan M. Meyer Vanessa Mobley Terry Montemayor Roseanne Mueller Prudence M. Musser Mwangi Nduati Julie Nemmer Mai T. Nguyen Jody Pedersen Erieka Peyton Kelly Podkowa Sarah Post Erika Ray Donald J. Richards Catherine Robbins Vivian Ruiz-Howard Michael Samu Janet I. Samuels Cheryl Sarno Carolyn Scantlebury Davonna Scholl Ledet Heather M. Sinclair Ruth E. Snyder Jennilee St. John Holli Takahashi Wendy Tolpa Lucille Vandevere Kathleen Vasquez Sarah Waddell Jennifer Wahl Jill C. Walker-Markie Randyn Wertz Erika M. Williams Thank you to the Integra Foundation, AANN, and ABNN for their support of AMWF. 13

14 AMWF GRANT RECIPIENTS Congratulations to the AMWF grant recipients! Janet Bruneau Bethany Frasch Kathleen Garvin Lauren Huff Tiffany Kiker TRAVEL GRANTS Susan Maynard Susan Nevada Mai Nguyen Erikca Ray Amy Rowe Tebony Shaffer Pamela Turzak Randyn Wertz Anisa Young Jennifer Lobo Edwards CNRN RECERTIFICATION GRANTS Natalia Pavlov Amy Andrews Deborah Bridgeman CNRN & SCRN CERTIFICATION GRANTS Kerri Chernauckas Liz Doll Ellen MacKinnon 14

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