practice

Aug
27

HOW DO NURSES DEAL WITH RACISM IN HEALTHCARE?

Studies have been exploring as to what health professionals understand about racism and how do they manage to deal with it in practice. In an article, a new Journal of Advanced Nursing study examined the issue through five focus group discussions with 31 maternal, child, and family health nurses working across metropolitan South Australia. These […]

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Jul
24

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA’S FOUR YEAR GRANT TO TRAIN STUDENT NURSES IN PRIMARY CARE ROLES

The University of Southern Indiana initiate partnerships with rural hospitals in its region to train student nurses in primary care roles and has received a $2 million worth of federal grant to help support the program, with the opportunity to renew funding. Funded through the Nurse Education, Practice, Quality and Retention division of the Health […]

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Jun
06

AACN AND AONE IN ALIGNING NURSING ACADEME AND PRACTICE TO CREATE NEW MODELS OF CARE AND NURSING WORKFORCE SUPPORT

Leaders with the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) and the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE), decided to join forces declaring the formation of a new national strategy to reinforce alignment between nursing practice and academia with a primary objective to develop ground-breaking solutions in meeting the demands of the present and future […]

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