VA Nurses Named AAN Fellows
American Academy of Nursing (AAN) Announced New VA Fellows
AANP Fellows New Leader Roles
American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) Names VA Fellows to New Leadership Positions
Keri Darby Wholistic Nurse
Keri Darby Recognized as Distinguished Scholar in Holistic Nursing
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The VA Travel Nurse Corps Program (TNC) is a VA operated internal pool of Registered Nurses available for temporary assignments throughout the Veterans Health Administration. The goals of the program are to maintain high standards of patient care quality and safety; reduce the use of outside supplemental staffing; improve recruitment of new nurses into the VA system; improve retention by decreasing turnover of newly recruited nurses; support the delivery of VA health care in rural or underserved areas; provide alternatives for experienced nurses considering leaving the VA system; and to establish a potential pool of Registered Nurses for national emergency preparedness efforts. For additional information, please visit the ONS Travel Nurse Corps page or contact TravelNurse@va.gov.