AACN to identify unique contributions of authorized nurses on March 19 The American Association of Critical-Treatment Nurses joins with hospitals and other healthcare groups across the country Monday, March 19, to identify the initial contributions of qualified nurses as part of Certified Nurses Day. ‘We are proud to celebrate nurses just about everywhere who have attained specialty and subspecialty certification,’ stated Damon Cottrell, RN, DNP, CCRN, CCNS, ACNS-BC, CEN, chair, AACN Certification Corporation board of directors. ‘Certification promotes excellence among nurses angina emergency treatment .
‘Technology may be the palette and the specialist’s creativity is the brush.’ Kenneth E. Salyer, MD, FACS, FAAP, of the World Craniofacial Base in Dallas will discuss how he used technology in planning the surgery performed to split up Egyptian conjoined twins Mohamed and Ahmed Ibrahim in 2003. The twins had been joined near the top of their heads. Lessons discovered from the effective separation and reconstruction of the twins are opening up new opportunities for future work in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.