Good health is the sum of many things, so it takes nurses working with experts in many other fields to strengthen well-being for all.
Nurses, physicians, pharmacists, social workers, and others in health and health care need to coordinate their efforts with each other as well as with those in education, business, transportation, community development, and many other sectors.
A community whose leaders work together in a systemic way, providing incentives to encourage all industries and sectors to see health as a mutual goal, and provides all who live there more options for healthy living.
Blog Posts related to: “Fostering Interprofessional Collaboration”
At least one nurse reading the call from the Red Cross for nurses to help in Louisiana answered immediately: For Cindy Holle, RN, DNP, Tuesday, August 23, was Day Two volunteering for those more
Last fall, leaders of numerous schools and health and medical centers in Connecticut started working on creating more elegant systems to teach and train nurses. Sponsored by the Connecticut Nursing more
The Michigan Center for Nursing, a program of the Michigan Health Council (MHC), will be hosting the annual Michigan Nursing Summit on September 29-30 at Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort in Mt. more
The Pennsylvania Action Coalition hosted a Stakeholder Summit on July 23, 2016 that began with remarks from Sue Hassmiller, Senior Adviser for Nursing at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and more
Action Coalitions working to further interprofessional collaboration include Colorado, with a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration to implement interprofessional practice teams at community health centers; Hawaii, which is building an interprofessional workforce database; and Virginia, which partnered with the Medical Society of Virginia Foundation to implement a pilot clinical leadership program that encourages pairings between nurses and other providers. A dozen states have or are in the process of creating an interprofessional collaboration practice and/or education model.
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Aug 08, 2016
The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action Overview is a two-page document that provides background on the Campaign and describes our work and progress toward our goals. It can be used as a handout at meetings or events. This document is updated often to reflect the more
Issues: Building Healthier Communities, Collecting Workforce Data, Fostering Interprofessional Collaboration, Improving Access to Care, Increasing Diversity, Promoting Nursing Leadership, Transforming Nursing Education, Tools & Tips: Communications and marketing, Location: National,
Aug 08, 2016
The standard Campaign PowerPoint presentation (long and short versions) and template, below, can help you tell a variety of audiences the story of your Action Coalition and the national Campaign. The long version provides an in-depth look at the Campaign’s work and progress, more
Issues: Building Healthier Communities, Collecting Workforce Data, Fostering Interprofessional Collaboration, Improving Access to Care, Promoting Nursing Leadership, Transforming Nursing Education, Tools & Tips: Communications and marketing, Location: National,