This yearlong, highly customizable program helps new-to-practice nurses make the transition from academia to clinical practice.
Providing solutions for nurses of all levels to develop leadership skills
With more than 3 million nurses in the U.S., nurses make up the largest segment of the country’s health care workforce and nursing is one of the fastest-growing occupations in the country.1 As the health care industry faces increasing pressure to improve the quality of care and patient satisfaction while reducing costs, nurses are more important than ever. That’s why it’s critical to develop nurses and nurse leaders through educational and enrichment programs that emphasize continuing education and focus on evidence-based practice and performance measurement.
1Fact sheet: nursing shortage. American Association of Colleges of Nursing website.
http://www.aacnnursing.org/Portals/42/News/Factsheets/Nursing-Shortage-Factsheet-2017.pdf?ver=2017-10-18-144118-163. Updated May 18, 2017. Accessed January 31, 2018.
- Develop nurse leaders
- Improve the quality of care and patient outcomes
- Integrate care teams
- Increase staff productivity
- Improve effectiveness and efficiency
An evidence-based practice movement
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Equipping nurses to improve care delivery
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