AWHONN supports 4 million women each year by helping make birth safer, tackling maternal mortality and providing members with the latest evidence-based education. Join Today
2017 Call for Presenters
AWHONN is soliciting abstracts for oral or poster presentations at the 2017 Annual Convention June 24-28, 2017. Presenting at the AWHONN convention ensures your informational session, research, case study or innovative program will be heard or viewed by a highly skilled, sophisticated, and influential body of nurses. Learn More and Submit
AWHONN’s 2016 Advanced Education Courses
Advance your education in fetal monitoring and the challenges of providing care to high-risk obstetric patients through AWHONN’s 2016 Advanced Education Courses! Discover the latest research & explore how to implement what you have learned in your clinical practice. Attendees can earn up to 15.5 contact hours. Register today to save $50
As a nurse you have the ability to make a difference in your patients’ lives. AWHONN membership provides you with the resources, tools and opportunities to provide the best care to your patients. JOIN NOW
Apply to be on the 2018 AWHONN Convention Program Committee. The convention program committee is responsible for developing the convention’s educational content, selecting and inviting speakers, and identifying topics that will be of interest to attendees. Learn More and Apply
Nurses make the lifetime commitment to the service of others. There is no other profession that is so trusted by society. In our latest blog post, Lori Boggan interviews one AWHONN member and an OBGYN about their willingness to go above and beyond to help others in need in Guatemala and how it has impacted their lives. Read The Interview
Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
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