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Want the latest acute and critical care nursing news automatically delivered to your computer or mobile device? AACN RSS feeds save you time and effort by conveniently providing relevant online content directly to you.
RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, collects large amounts of targeted information in one place, eliminating the need to search individual sites for what you need. An orange RSS icon () or similar image usually appears on websites offering RSS feeds. AACN RSS feeds are easy to use and enable even the busiest clinicians to stay up to date on important nursing developments, evidence-based practices and clinical resources. Our RSS feeds include a general news feed plus multiple feeds for each of our peer-reviewed journals, Critical Care Nurse and American Journal of Critical Care. Subscribe to the RSS feeds of your choice using the links below.
For those unfamiliar with RSS feeds (or who want a refresher), this short “RSS in Plain English” video provides a fast, fun introduction.
Learn even more by reading the American Journal of Nursing article, “RSS for the Uninitiated.” Then get up and running quickly using our How-to section at the bottom of this page.
AACN general news
Taking advantage of RSS feeds involves a two-step process:
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