So, in today’s terms, what is a nurse?
Today’s generation of nurses are making a big difference for patients, communities, and our national health care environment. Nurses focus on promoting, protecting, and optimizing the health and well-being of their patients through direct patient care, science, and health policy.
We are pleased to share our new brochure highlighting The HealthImpact Difference.
For the past 18 years, HealthImpact has brought together leaders in nursing, academia, and policy to ensure that nursing stays ahead of the changes in the profession.
Based on findings from a survey and focus groups of educators, nurses, and employers, this report offers educational institutions evidenced-based recommendations to prepare RNs for the primary care of the future, with a particular focus on addressing the social determinants of health and caring for patients as part of interprofessional teams.
RN Transition Programs provide clear guidelines for preparing nurses to work in settings in which they will be needed. The programs are designed to increase newly graduated RNs’ confidence and competence, thus increasing their employability. They differ from traditional new graduate bridging programs in that they are offered through a school of nursing, which partners with one or more practice settings to provide clinical experiences.
Deloras Jones, CINHC Executive DIrector, Dylan Roby of the UCLA School of Public Health and Neeraj Sood of the University of Southern California spoke with California Healthline about health care job growth. http://bit.ly/ezEs9M