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Register for the Transplant Nursing Symposium

Registration is now open for the Transplant Nursing Symposium presented by ITNS. Join us from 24-26 June 2017 at the Hilton Orlando Buena Vista Palace in Lake Buena Vista, FL, USA. VIew the Symposium Brochure for more information and save $100 when you register before 15 May 2017. Take advantage of our Register 5 Nurses, Get 1 FREE promotion.

NEW Core Curriculum for Transplant Nurses, second edition Now Available

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The International Transplant Nurses Society (ITNS) is proud to announce the ITNS Core Curriculum for Transplant Nurses, second edition. Expanded and updated to reflect today's thinking, this brand-new edition offers crucial, real-life direction on the science and skills required for every kind of solid organ transplant-- from initial evaluation to long-term follow-up. Order your copy today! ITNS members pay only $79.99 USD!

Core Curriculum for Transplant Nurses (1st edition) Now Only $30 USD

2013itnscore2Originally sold for $64.95 to ITNS members and $69.95 to non-members, the Core Curriculum has been marked down to only $30 to make room for the new 2nd edition of the Core which is scheduled to be released in late-October. Take advantage of this steep discount and order your copy today!






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NEW- ITNS Clinical Ladder for Transplant Coordinators

Clinical Ladder Online Store ImageThe term "clinical ladder" refers to a "grading structure which facilitates career progression and associated differentiation of pay by defining different levels of clinical and professional practice in nursing." Demonstration of professional development support and clinical advancement programs are hallmarks of a professional nursing practice environment and critical components of Nursing Magnet status.

The clinical ladder for Transplant Coordinators is based on the 15 standards of practice described in the Introduction to Transplant Nursing: Core Competencies. Each progressive level subsumes the knowledge, skills, and abilities of the preceding level(s).

This product is a PDF download and is sold for only $5 to ITNS members and $10 to non-members. Purchase your copy today!


Transplant Nursing Scope & Standards of Practice, 2nd Edition

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Support the ITNS Foundation

ITNS_FoundationThe ITNS Foundation- Advancing Transplant Care One Nurse at a Time

Help us make a difference in transplant nursing by directly supporting the valuable research and education of ITNS members who strive to improve patient care in every way. Please consider a gift to the ITNS Foundation and join us as we work to improve transplant patient care.

Funds are used to:

• Support new research initiatives
• Help qualified members attend conferences and workshops
• Produce patient education materials
• Award and recognize outstanding research and performance
• Offer reduced rates in countries with emerging economies
• Build awareness of World Organ Day, Transplant Games, and Transplant Nurses Day

We are proud that every dollar you donate goes toward educational seminars or symposiums, and to members to further their professional development and clinical expertise and directly apply that knowledge to their own patients or research in their own work settings. Help us transform lives for transplant nurses and their thousands of patients.

To make a donation, you can donate online or call the ITNS member services department at +1-847-375-6340 or complete and mail the donation form.

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The Mission of ITNS

The International Transplant Nurses Society is committed to the promotion of excellence in clinical transplant nursing through the provision of educational and professional growth opportunities, interdisciplinary networking, collaborative activities, and nursing research.

The International Transplant Nurses was founded in 1992 as the first professional nursing organization to promote the education and clinical practice excellence of nurses caring for solid organ transplant patients. Today, ITNS is a leading transplant organization with more than 1,900 active members representing 32 countries around the world.

A vital component of countless nursing careers, ITNS provides a forum for learning about the most current advances in transplantation and transplant patient care. Over the years ITNS has provided skilled transplant nurses the opportunity to share and learn with national and international peers and to receive recognition for their knowledge, leadership, and scholarly pursuits. (06/2011)