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EORNA Spearheads Harmonisation of Nursing Education Standards Beyond Europe
Date:4/25/2012

ccreditation standards, to promote quality improvement and in return, improvements in patient care.
In introducing a standard, we can decrease variation in care which makes the difference in ensuring we have the highest level of nursing care and the best level of safe practices in operating rooms."

As the company which assisted EORNA in developing ACE, Peter Dobbelsteijn, Senior Vice President Regional Director EMEA for Ansell Ltd. said, "Continuing education is key to high quality healthcare services and we applaud EORNA's efforts in providing the OR nursing community with the tools to further educate, harmonise and improve the quality of surgical care across and beyond Europe."

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About EORNA:

A non-for-profit association, the European Operating Room Nurses Association (EORNA) was founded in 1980, and today consists of 24 member associations, representing 60,000 Healthcare professionals.
EORNA exists to enhance and develop perioperative patient care across Europe. It does so by promoting and maintaining a high standard of perioperative patient care; by being the influential voice of perioperative nurses in Europe; and by linking and collaborating with relevant European and international organisations. One of the EORNA's most important educational activities is EORNA ACE, the Accreditation Council for Education.

More information on the organisation and the EORNA Congress "Sailing to the Future" can be found at http://www.eorna.eu and http://www.eornacongress.eu/

About Ansell:

Ansell is a world leader in providing superior health and safety protection solutions that enhance human well being. With operations in the North America, Latin America, EMEA and Asia, Ansell employs more than 10,000 people worldwide and holds leading positions in the industrial and medical gloves market, as well as in the sexu
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