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February 2009
Critical Care Nurse;Feb2009 Supplement, p54
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) Professional Advancement Scholarships, the academic scholarship program that has helped members earn bachelor's and master's degrees, and supports professional enrichment and career development. It notes that the commitment of the AACN to lifelong learning is the cornerstone of the said program. It cites that an individual professional development plan will be submitted by scholarship applicants as basis for scholarship funding requests.


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