Editorial Board members serve as a working group to establish goals, direction, and policy recommendations for AANN’s Clinical Practice Guidelines Series.
Editorial Board members are recommended by the Editor and appointed by the AANN Board of Directors for a term of at least 3 years. Editorial Board members may be reappointed for a second term.
Responsibilities are as follows:
- Attend and participate in all editorial Board meetings
- Ensure quality of guidelines aligns with national standards in guideline development
- Serve as resource and advocate for guideline development methodologies, including but not limited to GRADE methodology
- Oversee annual reviews of existing CPGs
- Assist in the development of annual reports and recommendations to the AANN Board of Directors
- Maintain open communication
- Guide and mentor CPG development and revision groups to maintain integrity and continuity during the AANN CPG development and revision process
- Serve as CPG Editorial Board Liaison with various working groups throughout the term
- Keeps apprised of major health care and neuroscience nursing trends to assure the guideline reflects the state-of-the-science.
- Volunteer history with AANN
- Doctorate in Nursing (preferred)
- Experience in scientific writing, editing and guideline development
- Experience with GRADE methodology and systematic review processes (preferred)
- Demonstrates ability to lead an interdisciplinary team across geographic distances
- Adept at using various communication and documentation technologies
- Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills
- Expertise in current standards of guideline development and publication process
- Current AANN member
To apply for the CPG Editorial Board, please combine the following information in one document and submit by August 23, 2019:
- Professional CV or Resume that includes the following:
- Name and Credentials
- E-Mail Address
- Phone Number
- Professional and volunteer experience
- Your past experience writing and/or reviewing a clinical practice guideline
- Any other Publication Credits
- History of volunteer experience with AANN
- Personal statement outlining previous clinical and writing experiences and reason(s) for your interest in joining the CPG Editorial Board.
- 2 letters of support