NACNS is proud to work with these like-minded associations to support the CNS role.
Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses (AMSN)
American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN)
American Nurses Association – Organizational Affiliate
American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
American Pediatric Surgical Nurses Association (APSNA)
American Society of Pain Management Nurses(ASPMN)
Association of Women’s Health Obstetrics and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN)
Clinical Nurse Specialist Association of Canada (CNS-C)
Global Academy of Holistic Nursing (GAHN)
International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses (ISPN)
National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN)
NACNS Annual Conference
Industry partnership and support opportunities are available for each NACNS Annual Conference. Supporting NACNS provides industry leaders with:
- Targeted branding and advertising opportunities to CNSs, executive-level hospital and university staff and nursing students throughout the U.S.;
- Unique recognition on the website and in printed materials;
- Opportunities to address conference attendees; and
- Recruitment opportunities through the NACNS website and email
Exhibit or convene focus groups at our meeting. For more information on Sponsor and/or Exhibiting opportunities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
NACNS offers the opportunity for members to access job announcements from around the country. Join other professional recruiters, hospitals and health systems and advertise your openings with NACNS!
NACNS is interested in developing long-standing, supportive relationships within the health care industry to support the health and wellness of patients.
Because of their graduate-level education and training, clinical nurse specialists are uniquely prepared to assess, analyze and improve the business of health care while continuing to put the patient first. Regardless of specialty or setting, CNSs provide leadership in clinical expertise, nursing practice and systems innovation.
“The rare combination of leadership, passion for teaching, and clinical expertise is what makes CNSs such a valuable resource. There is no way that any significant change in patient care could move forward without them. They not only serve as teachers for their fellow nurses, but also for the physicians who are lucky enough to work with them.”