The president's proposal completely eliminates funding for Advanced Education Nursing Programs, which are currently funded at $61,875 million.
What does AENP stand for?
AENP stands for Advanced Education Nursing Program (Health Resources and Services Administration; US DHHS)
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- Aotearoa Ethnic Network Journal (New Zealand)
- Art Educators of New Jersey (est. 1939)
- Atlantic Electric of New Jersey
- Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal
- Associazione Emigranti Nel Mondo (Italian: Emigrants Association Worldwide; est. 1997)
- American Electrical Novelty and Manufacturing Company
- Auto-Encoder Neural Network
- Albert Einstein Neonatal Developmental Scale (obstetrics / pediatrics / neonatology)
- Asociacion Espanola de Normalizacion y Certificacion (Spanish standards body)
- Addo Elephant National Park
- Asociacion Española de Numismaticos Profesionales
- Association de l'Enseignement du Nouveau-Quebec
- Association des Employés du Nord Québécois (French: Association of Employees of Northern Quebec; Quebec, Canada)
- Agip Energy and Natural Resources, Ltd. (Nigeria)
- Agricultural Engineering Research Institute
- Additional Educational Needs Service (UK)
- African Eye News Service (Mpumalanga, South Africa)
- Automated Emergency Notification System
- American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information (Ma'an, Jordan)
- Adult Environmental Neurobehavioral Test Battery
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Congress, instead, should focus on strengthening the nurse faculty population by restoring funding to Advanced Education Nursing Programs which support graduate education while increasing funding for the existing Nurse Faculty Loan Program within Title VIII.
Advanced Education Nursing Traineeships ($16 million - 349 awards) Fundstraineeships at eligible institutions for registered nurses enrolled in advanced education nursing programs.