EfCCNa - Position statements

circle Position statement on the presence of family members during cardiopulmonary resuscitation
circle Position statement on education
circle Position statement on workforce requirements within European Critical Care Nursing 2007

EfCCNa - Studies

circle The EfCCNa Delphi Study on Research Priorities in Adult ICUs in Europe
circle The EfCCNa End-of-Life care study is now published in Nursing in Critical Care (NCR)
circle A survey of European intensive care nurses' knowledge level - the E-Link Study

EfCCNa - Newsletters

circle Newsletter 2, 2010
circle Newsletter 1, 2009

EfCCNa - Annual Reports

circle Annual report 2010

Connect – The World of Critical Care Nursing

CONNECT is the official journal of the World Federation of Critical Care Nurses (WFCCN) and is published in association with  the European federation of Critical Care Nursing associations (EfCCNa) and the Latin American Federation of Intensive Care Nurses (FLECI). It is an on-line nursing journal, published four times per year. It is available free of charge to all individual members of critical care associations and all others who are interested in critical care nursing - reaching an estimated 120,000 critical care nurses all over the world.


European Union
The European Federation of Nurses Associations - EFN


The European Federation of Nurses Associations - EFN, former Standing Committee of Nurses of the EU (PCN) was established in 1971 to represent the nursing profession and its interests to the European Institutions, based on the nursing education and free movement. EFN is the independent voice of the nursing profession, representing more than one million nurses at European level

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circle Exchange Programme

circle R & D

circle Education

Share expertise to develop nursing in critical care

Critical care nursing in Europe varies from one country to another. 
The EfCCNa Exchange Programme enables critical care nurses to spend some time on a ICU in another European country. 

Aims and Objectives of the programme
  • to widen the professional horizon of critical care nurses in Europe
  • to promote international collaboration and to share expertise
  • to stimulate the personal professional development of critical care nurses in Europe

Who can participate?

All critical care nurses or nurses working in intensive care who's national professional organisation is member of EfCCNa. 


For more information on the programme see links below

 

Newsletter

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'WORKING TOGETHER - ACHIEVING MORE'

The European Federation of Critical Care Nursing Associations (EfCCNa) is a formal network of critical care nursing associations in Europe.