nursing education

Jan
09

Reimagining the Role of Technology in Education: Nontraditional Education Models for the Future

The Office of Educational Technology, which forms an integral part of the U.S. Department of Education, has released the 2017 National Education Technology Plan (NETP) update to encourage “rapid change across the country in fundamental aspects of the educational technology landscape”.[1] The NETP is essentially the official means by which the U.S. Department of Education […]

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Sep
14

RUTGERS SCHOOL OF NURSING’S NEWLY DEVELOPED NURSING EDUCATION MODEL WINS AACN’S INNOVATION IN PROFESSIONAL NURSING EDUCATION AWARD

Healthcare practitioners must apply the fundamentals of cultural diversity serving different communities thus improving the value of care and social interaction. The positive goal will not be possible if we don’t practice innovation as well. In an article, Rutgers School of Nursing-Camden’s new model for educating nurses called the Innovative Health Equity Program won the […]

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Jun
18

FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY’S PROJECT TO EDUCATE NURSES IN PRIMARY CARE DELIVERY

As the nursing career’s evolving objectives in the midst of the struggling healthcare industry, a new project at Florida Atlantic University aims to provide nurses an educational program in primary care delivery. The four-year project entitled, “Caring-based Academic Partnerships in Excellence RNs in Primary Care,” aims to recruit and prepare nursing students and RNs to […]

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Apr
13

INCREASING DEMAND FOR MORE NURSES BECOMES QUITE A TREND

Of today’s pressing issue about the nursing shortage in the US, the situation clearly defines an opportunistic trend for more nurses to permanently settle in their own career. The present upsurge demand constrained hospitals to offer large bonuses, free tuition and housing just to recruit and secure qualified nurses. Certain factors tailored this unexpected shortage: […]

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Apr
05

FISCAL YEAR 2018 OMNIBUS POSES A SYMBOLIC TRIUMPH FOR THE NURSING SECTOR

The Omnibus Spending Bill laid a definite prospect for a more substantial development of nursing education and research. In an article, the $1.3 trillion spending bill, signed into law by President Trump on March 23, 2018, had shown some significant wins for nursing education and research. Under the signed bill, Title VIII Nursing Education programs […]

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Apr
04

NURSES AS CATALYSTS OF CHANGE FOR BETTER PUBLIC HEALTH

  A nurse is one of the most vital roles in the healthcare sector. It is primarily focused to achieve, sustain and recover optimal health among individuals, families, and communities. This profession is much of an honorable title for it is regarded as a key link between doctors and patients.   Quite a reputable and […]

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