News posts tagged "Future of Nursing"

AACN and the Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence Partner for Webinar Series on Nursing Advocacy

The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) and the Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence are partnering to produce a series of didactic Webinars for nursing students attending AACN’s 2012 Student Policy Summit next March. Three, one-hour Webinars addressing state and federal nursing advocacy issues will be released during the final three months leading up to the Summit. By participating in this learning opportunity, nursing students from across the country will listen and engage in relevant policy and advocacy issues prior arriving in Washington, DC.

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Jonas Center Executive Director, Darlene Curley, Featured in PIN Point Newsletter

Jonas Center Executive Director, Darlene Curley, was recently featured in the Partners Investing in Nursing's Fall 2011 newsletter. The excerpt below is a transcript of Darlene's interview, to view the newsletter in its entirety click here

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HHS Grants to Strengthen Nursing Workforce interviews JCNE's Darlene Curley, among others, on the need for "Boosting the Numbers of Nursing Faculty...Supporting Education...Increasing Diversity"  Read Jennifer Larson's article here.

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Jonas Center Celebrates 5th Anniversary With Expansion of Scholarship Program Christie’s honors Jonas Center’s five years of leadership; stage is set for future growthNew York, NY – What links Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning and Isamu Noguchi with Florence… Read More
Photos from the Future of Nursing Conference Photos (New York)

On December 9, 2010 the Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation co-hosted national nursing, policy and health industry leaders at Hunter College in New York City to discuss the recently released Future of Nursing report and its recommendations for the nursing industry.

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First Estimate of Nursing Faculty Shortage Portends Widespread Patient Crisis

Estimate, developed by the Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence, is a call for national action

New York City, December 10, 2010 – Each nurse educator position left unfilled could affect the care of as many as 3.6 million patients per year according to the first estimate of the impact of the nation’s persistent shortage of nursing faculty. Nationwide there are nearly 900 faculty vacancies among schools with baccalaureate programs, with thousands more anticipated in the next 15 years as current educators retire or return to practice.

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