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New Board Opportunity! Submit by August 11, 2020

Tue July 14, 2020

We have received a new board opportunity, and are requesting your recommendations to offer the best candidate(s) in support of our mission to improve the health of communities and the nation through the service of nurses on boards.

Details for the opportunity are provided Below:

1)              Nursing for All (NFA) Board of Directorshttps://nursingforall.org/

Join Us to Discuss the Radical Transformation of Nursing Education

Fri June 12, 2020
Skill Acquisition, Foundational to Patient Safety

In 1990, Donna Diers provided a succinct description of the complexity of skill acquisition:

“Skills are thought to be the rudiments of more complicated things, and therefore rote, unchanging, mechanical. But the acquisition of skill is neither easy nor automatic.

ANCC Board Opportunity – Apply by June 10, 2020

Tue May 19, 2020

One of the many benefits of holding an ANCC Board Certification is the opportunity to serve in a leadership position to positively impact ANCC’s certification programs and its future direction. The ANCC Commission on Board Certification (COC) serves as the governing body of the ANCC Certification Program.

An Appreciation

Fri March 20, 2020

During this difficult time, we at HealthImpact want to express our deepest gratitude to the nurses, physicians, and other healthcare professionals who are on the front lines in the battle against the COVID-19 virus.

In the best of times we are grateful for the extraordinary care, compassion and dedication they provide to ensure the health of our families, neighbors and communities.

A Solution to Student Nurse Clinical Rotation Cancellations: Online Clinical Replacement Simulation Program by NovEx and Dr. Patricia Benner

Mon March 16, 2020

Presented in partnership with NovEx and the California Simulation Alliance

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced universities and colleges to cancel student nurse clinical rotations and mandate online-only instruction.  Without completing this requisite, student nurses risk failing to graduate.  This will have a significant impact on the workforce and institutions that rely on these graduates to fill vacancies.