HealthImpact builds coalitions and partnerships to develop projects in several program areas to transform the capacity of nurses to meet the evolving health needs of Californians:

  • California Simulation AllianceHealthImpact leads the CSA, a voice for simulation education, in disseminating information, creating a common language, and facilitating state funding.
  • California Action Coalition – Implements a core set of changes to health care outlined in the Institute of Medicine’s The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health.
  • Leadership Development – Prepares nurse managers for leadership roles.
  • California Collaborative Model of Nursing Education – California’s model for seamless academic progression goes beyond legislative and policy recommendations.
  • RN Transition to Practice – Provides the resources necessary to implement the program.
  • Centralized Clinical Placement System – Connects nursing schools and clinical agencies to streamline the clinical placement process.
  • New Roles for Nurses – Addresses gaps in care delivery by implementing new roles for RNs in California’s health care system.
  • Diversity – This program is developing a  framework for interventions that will result in an RN workforce that is racially and ethnically aligned with California’s population.
  • Faculty Development – Prepares students for rapid changes in health care.