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    Partnering for Better Health is a new video about the Campaign for Action’s work. Learn how changes in nursing have improved health and health care, the role the Campaign has played, what more there is to do and how you can get involved.

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    Charting Nursing's Future Gets a New Home

    Previously published by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Charting Nursing's Future is now part of the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action. Along with its new home, it also has a new digital format.

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    Campaign Releases NURSING EDUCATION Compendium

    The past ten years have seen change in nursing education unprecedented in the history of the profession. A new compendium reports on this transformation and looks at what it will take to build on that progress.

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Watch Partnering for Better Health

Partnering for Better Health is a new video about the Campaign for Action’s work. Learn how changes in nursing have improved health and health care, the role the Campaign has played, what more there is to do and how you can get involved.

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    Law Would Enhance Patient Access to Addiction Treatment by APRNs

    Dec 14, 2017

    No one becomes a midwife to treat drug addiction, but pregnant women and their babies are not immune from the opioid crisis, which claims more than 100 American lives each day. Infants who are exposed to opioids in utero undergo withdrawal after birth and require extra more

    Issues: Building Healthier Communities Improving Access to Care Location: National

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    Compendium Tracks Key Decade of Change for Nursing Education

    Dec 12, 2017

    Nursing education has changed a lot in 10 years, and much of the progress can be pinned on the success of two programs that recently came to an end: the Academic Progression in Nursing (APIN) program, which ran 2012 through 2016, and the State Implementation Program (SIP), which more

    Issues: Transforming Nursing Education Location: National

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    Nursing Journeys: From Beauty Queen to Nursing Dean

    Dec 08, 2017

    “Nursing Journeys” is a profile series featuring Action Coalition leaders discussing their career paths and reflecting on the lessons they’ve learned along the way. Lisa Eichelberger, PhD, RN, is dean of the college of health and professor of nursing at Clayton State more

    Issues: Promoting Nursing Leadership Location: Georgia National

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  1. Improving Access to Care

    Improving Access to Care: What You Need to Know

    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

    Location: National Tools & Tips: Advocacy

  2. Building Healthier Communities Transforming Nursing Education

    Education Ideas Emerge From Learning Collaboratives

    Mar 23, 2017

    Agreements between nursing schools and population health initiatives; academic programs that include community-based care; reports that show the value of teaching student nurses the many variables that affect people’s health. These are among materials educators and nurses have mentioned as they discuss how to integrate a Culture of Health perspective into more

    Location: National Tools & Tips: Meetings

  3. Collecting Workforce Data

    Workforce Data: A Plan to Measure Progress

    Nov 17, 2016

    Nurses play a huge role in keeping Americans healthy, but for nursing to be able meet the country’s growing health needs, we need more facts about the nursing workforce. In 2010, the Institute of Medicine future of nursing report spelled out this demand for data. In its follow-up report five years later, the call was more urgent: “The Campaign should play a more

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