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Asian Association for Dynamic Osteosynthesis

During the past years, with support from the AADO Council, the Nurse Subcommittee has organized various educational activities to promote trauma nursing care.
Apart from delivering high quality trauma care to our clients, we are also looking into their psychosocial problems, occupational safety for our staff and promotion of health programmes for the community

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Association of Maltese Orthopaedic Nurses

International Orthopaedic Nursing Conference on the 15th and 16th October 2009 in MALTA! Visit our website for more information and Call for Abstracts!
 
AMON was officially launched in December 2005 and aims to create a professional organization for Maltese Orthopaedic Nurses. The mission of AMON is to empower Maltese Orthopaedic Nurses to become experts in musculo-skeletal nursing care, enhance collaboration, sharing of knowledge and communication between local orthopaedic nurses as well as nurture contacts with Orthopaedic Nursing Associations in other countries.

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Australian New Zealand Orthopaedic Nurses Association

ANZONA is an international organisation that was set up by local Orthopaedic Nursing associations throughout New Zealand and Australia. ANZONA hosts regular conferences and serves as a great way for Orthopaedic nurses throughout Australia and New Zealand to learn about the latest developments in Orthopaedics and as an excellent way to network with other health professionals.

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Australian Orthopaedic Nurses Association

AONA Objectives Promoting the recognition of Orthopaedic Nursing as a professional specialty. Encouraging the exchange and dissemination of knowledge, skills and issues in the field of Orthopaedic Nursing. Providing a forum of continuing education by means of written data, lectures and seminars. Encouraging the highest standards of patient care in the realm of Orthopaedic care. Encouraging and providing an avenue for personal and professional communication between Orthopaedic nurses throughout Australia. Encouraging clinical nursing research in the realm of Orthopaedic care. Promoting inter-relationships between other branches of the profession on all matters pertaining to the clinical specialty of Orthopaedic Nursing. Working towards collaborative practise with medical paramedical groups of the orthopaedic health care team. Maintenance of a high profile for the specialty of Orthopaedic Nursing. AONA is a non-business organisation that benefits every member.

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Canadian Orthopaedic Nurses Association CONA

The Canadian Orthopaedic Nurses Association believes that nurses who provide care to individuals with neuromuscular and skeletal disorders require a specific body of knowledge and skills to deliver the highest standard of care. We believe that this knowledge is acquired, maintained and advanced through basic knowledge, continuing education, practice and research.

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Canadian Society of Orthopaedic Technologists

Orthopaedic Technologists are medically trained individuals who work under the direction of physicians and in collaboration with other members of the health care team of professionals. They are experts in plaster and synthetic cast application and are responsible for instructing patients on this form of treatment. They provide care to clients with orthopaedic problems through the application, adjustment and removal of a variety of casts, splints and traction fittings.

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International Collaboration of Orthopaedic Nurses

Over the last century or more Orthopaedic Nuring has become a well developed and highly specialised area of nursing. Orthoapaedic Nurses provide specialised holistic care to individuals, alongside their families, with musculo-skeletal problems, injuries and conditions. Orthopaedic nurses provide care from the cradle to the grave in all settings including home and hospital. This brand new site is currently under construction. It is being created by orthopaedic nurses for orthopaedic nurses and is supported by the International Collaboration of Orthopaedic Nurses (ICON). RCN-SOTN (last updated 2005)

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Irish Nurses Organization Orthopaedic Section

The Irish Orthopaedic Nurses Section was established to provide a forum for orthopaedic nurses to network, to exchange practice information and to promote education events relevant to this specialist area.

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NAON National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses

The mission of the National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses is to advance the quality of musculoskeletal health care by promoting excellence in research, education, and nursing practice.
The National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses promotes a culture of professional collaboration developed through trust, respect, integrity and passion for the specialty of orthopaedics.
The National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses believes the specialty of orthopaedic nursing should set forth the highest standards of nursing practice for optimum patient care. We believe in the concept of man as a total being having physical, psychological, social, emotional, and spiritual needs. The orthopaedic nurse in cooperation with the patient and other members of the health team utilizes this concept of man to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate a plan of patient care. This nursing process is essential to assure that each patient achieves the highest possible level of health. We are committed to the advancement of the profession of nursing. We believe that educational programs that foster personal and professional growth will develop competence and excellence in nursing practice for the orthopaedic nurse. We support and encourage research and advanced clinical practice as the foundation for expertise in nursing practice.

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National Association of Orthopaedic Technologists

Established in 1982, the (US) NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ORTHOPAEDIC TECHNOLOGISTS (NAOT) is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence through the continued educational development of orthopaedic allied health care professionals who specialize in casting, splinting and bracing. USA

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Network for Evidence Based Practice in Orthopaedics and Trauma

NEBPOT is a sub-group of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Society of Orthopaedic & Trauma Nursing and is designed to support orthopaedic and trauma nurses and other healthcare professionals in the field with a specialist interest in research. The idea of this group is to try to put nurses and PAM's in touch with each other to assist in building a stronger research presence in orthopaedics.

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New Zealand Orthopaedic Nurses Association

NZONA is an organisation of concerned nurses and other health professionals who are involved in the field of orthopaedics. The New Zealand Orthopaedic Nurses' Association (NZONA) believes that nurses who provide care to individuals with neuromuscular and skeletal disorders require a specific body of knowledge to deliver the highest standard of care, within the unique cultural context of NZ society. We believe that this knowledge is acquired, maintained and advanced through basic knowledge, continuing education, standardisation of processes, sharing of information, practice and research.

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Orthopaedic Nurses Association of Victoria

Orthopaedic Nurses Association of Victoria

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Orthopaedic Nurses Association of Western Australia

Orthopaedic care may take place in the home, clinic, community, acute care ward, long term facility or hospice, or anywhere else that care is needed. The success of orthopaedic care is in the team approach, the recognition of the skills and limitations of each member and acceptance of the client/patient as central and contributing to the plan of care.

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Orthopaedic Nurses Certification Board

Certification --"why or why not?"--is a question that many orthopaedic nurses consider. The benefits of certification include a promotion of quality patient care, an elevation of the standards of orthopaedic nursing practice, and an increase of self-esteem and personal satisfaction. The life-long learning process of nursing is enhanced with the ONC certification. Certification can open a world to networking and collaborating with other ONCs across the country and the world. Help promote the greatest standards of nursing in orthopaedics through obtaining your certification

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