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A survey published by the state’s Board of Registered Nursing shows, however, that there is a long way to go toward meeting a key national goalCalifornia, the nation’s most populous state, has a "well-educated" nursing workforce, according to a...
In October 2010, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released the groundbreaking report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, which called for the transformation of the nursing profession to improve health and health care. Four years...
This week marks the fourth anniversary of The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, the landmark Institute of Medicine (IOM) report that galvanized the nursing field and partners to participate in health system transformation. Nurses...
On the fourth anniversary of the release of the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) landmark report on the future of the nursing profession, more nurse leaders are stepping into positions of power and influence—and efforts to prepare even more nurses for...
Mary Dickow, statewide director for the California Action Coalition of the Future of Nursing Campaign for Action, was recently named as one of two 2014 honorary fellows by the prestigious American Academy of Nursing. Click here to read more.
The August/September 2014 issue of AARP The Magazine features an article on nurse practitioners filling a void when access to health professionals is limited. The article, Nurse Practitioners Fill the Gap, makes the case for nurse practitioners to...
The AARP Public Policy Institute, in collaboration with The National Academy for State Health Policy, has developed a series of case studies that explore the evolving role of nurses in new delivery system models that are designed to better meet the...
Nine State Coalitions Share $2.7 Million Grant to Continue Building a More Highly Educated Nursing Workforce‘Action Coalitions’ in Calif, Hawaii, Mass., Mont., N.M., N.Y., N.C., Texas and Wash. state all receive second two-year grants.The Robert...
More highly educated nursing workforce needed to provide more complex patient care, experts say.Many registered nurses (RNs) start—and finish—their post-secondary education with an associate degree in nursing (ADN). But health care experts want more...
Please join us on August 1 from 12:15 p.m.–1 p.m. ET for an online video chat hosted by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation on transforming health care through nursing. Four panelists will discuss the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action and its...

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