Local Navigation Network (LNN) Leadership Strengths - Part One

Navigation & Survivorship News published on January 24, 2024 in Member's Memo

In a busy healthcare environment where goals and success measures are changing, human interaction is critical and personal connections remain key to overcome fatigue and burnout. The AONN+ Local Navigation Network (LNN) leaders and their teams constantly empower people with ideas, discussions, and opportunities to work together for professional growth and development.

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