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America’s 4 million registered nurses are key to promoting health and creating communities in which everyone has access to high-quality care.
Dec 11, 2018
Data collected since 2010 show that nurses’ education levels are advancing and that registered nurses increasingly have a bachelor’s degree or higher. But there is still work to do, says a new article published by education experts at the Center to Champion Nursing in more
Issues: Transforming Nursing Education
Dec 06, 2018
A new federal report recommends ways to increase Americans’ access to care, suggesting improvements to public policy in four areas where federal and state rules “inhibit choice and competition”—including the need for states to expand scope of practice laws for more
Action Coalitions in every state work with health, education, business, and other leaders to promote better health through nursing.
Aug 30, 2018
The theme of this collection of stories from Charting Nursing’s Future is “Nurses Work to Build a Culture of Health.” It reports on public health and primary care initiatives throughout the nation and highlights nurses helping to lead the effort to create vibrant and healthy communities through high-quality care, education, and leadership. Two more
Building Healthier Communities Collecting Workforce Data Fostering Interprofessional Collaboration Improving Access to Care Increasing Diversity in Nursing Promoting Nursing Leadership Transforming Nursing Education
Aug 28, 2018
The Campaign for Action Dashboard is a series of graphs and charts the Campaign uses to evaluate its efforts to implement the recommendations in the Institute of Medicine’s The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health report. It contains seven primary indicators: education, doctoral degrees, state practice environment, interprofessional more
Nov 04, 2016
The Campaign for Action works to bring better care and wellness to more Americans by changing laws and policies that prohibit nurses from practicing to the full extent of their education and training. Below are facts you can use to educate others about our efforts. The four types of advanced practice registered nurses: nurse practitioners clinical more