Editorial Staff Board
Emotional Health: Strategies for Nurses
Healthy Nurses: Perspectives on Caring for Ourselves
APRN Roles Opportunities and Challenges
Societal Violence: What is Our Response?
Healthcare and Quality: Perspectives from Nursing
Delivering Nursing Care: Current Factors to Consider
Patient and Visitor Violence
Social Media and Communication Technology
Evolving and Emerging Nursing Roles
Cochrane Review Briefs
Keynotes of Note
Table of Contents
Vol 20 2015
Vol 19 2014
Vol 18 2013
Vol 17 2012
Vol 16 - 2011
Vol 15 - 2010
Vol 14 - 2009
Vol. 13 - 2008
Vol.12 - 2007
Letters to the Editor
OJIN is a peer-reviewed, online publication that addresses current topics affecting nursing practice, research, education, and the wider health care sector.
Find Out More...
Call for OJIN Manuscripts
on a previous topics...
Reprints of OJIN Articles
Planning a conference or class?
Benefit for Members
Members have access to current topic
Send a Letter to the Editor
on any OJIN column or article...
Letter to the Editor
I am writing in response to the article written by Dolansky & Moore “Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN): The Key is Systems Thinking.”
View all Letters...
Table of Contents
Number 3: August 1997
Overview and Summary
Overview and Summary: Accreditation of Schools of Nursing
Sister Rosemary Donley, PhD, RN FAAN (August 13, 1997)
Licensure, Certification, and Accreditation
Barbara Stevens Barnum, RN, PhD, FAAN (August 13, 1997)
Issues of Accreditation: A Dean's Perspective
Mary S. Collins, PhD, RN (August 13, 1997)
Accreditation for the Future: A Director's Perspective
Sheila A. Ryan, PhD, RN, FAAN (August 13, 1997)
Legislative: Legislative Background Surrounding the Accreditation Process
Greer Glazer, PhD, RN, FAAN (July 31, 1997)
Accreditation of Schools of Nursing References and Resources
Ruth Ludwick, PhD, RN (July 16, 1997)
Follow Us on:
© 2015 The American Nurses Association, Inc. All Rights Reserved
American Nurses Association - 8515 Georgia Avenue - Suite 400 - Silver Spring, MD 20910
ISSN: 1091-3734 | 1-800-274-4ANA |