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.
Join NAM for a Twitter Chat! On May 30 at 3 pm ET, we want your thoughts on ways that nursing education, research, & practice can support caring for people with complex health and social needs. Check out the questions & RSVP to attend!
Nurses on Boards Coalition requests recommendations for nurse leaders to serve on two United Way boards.
As a result of NOBC’s newly established relationship with the United Way Worldwide Governance Leadership team, they expect to create many new opportunities for nurse leaders to serve on United Way boards across the country. In support of this goal, United Way is leading by example and offering NOBC the opportunity to submit candidates for their own boards, United Way Worldwide Board of Trustees and United Way USA Board of Trustees.
Do you serve on a board? Do you know another nurse who does? Add your names! Go to the Nurses on Boards Coalition site, here: 10,000 Nurses on Boards by 2020 and click the Be Counted tab to add your information.