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AAHFN is committed to supporting research that benefits heart failure patients.
Aligned with the mission and vision of the AAHFN, the Research Committee supports the organization to facilitate the advancement of heart failure nursing science and scholarship fundamental to the transformation of nursing practice in various healthcare settings.
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Research abstracts must report completed heart failure studies
Clinical abstracts should be a summary or documentary of creative or novel clinical advances in the care and/or management of patients with heart failure.
Research Collaborative Network
The research collaborative network (RCN) is a community of nurse-scientists, clinical scholars, clinicians, and other stakeholders with similar research and scholarship interests. The overarching aim of the collaborative network is to foster a culture of collaboration, and engage AAHFN members in the development and/or implementation of research and evidence-based practice projects that further advance heart failure nursing knowledge.
We currently have two active RCNs: mechanical circulatory support (MCS) and palliative care.
For more information on MCS, please contact Jessie Casida, PhD, RN @ email@example.com. You can also find more information on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/pages/LVAD-Patient-Caregiver-Researcher-Dr-Casida/314130831948789?ref=hl
Are you interested in having your abstract reviewed by a mentor for feedback? If so, click on the link above to learn more.
AAHFN supports the conduct of nursing and multidisciplinary research, which is aligned with the organization's strategic themes and research priorities. AAHFN allows access to the membership database for identifying potential subjects for research studies, evidence based practice projects or other scholarly endeavors. All requests must be submitted to the AAHFN National Office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org . Approval will be granted by the AAHFN Research Committee. Click here to view the Guidelines for Use of AAHFN s Membership for Research and Evidence Based Practice Initiatives .