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  1. A Delaware School District Program Provides Early Exposure to Nursing

    Aug 04, 2022

    As its 2021 Nursing Innovations Fund project, Delaware’s Brandywine School District (BSD) piloted an afterschool program, BSD’s Lifesavers, to increase awareness of nursing careers among students from underrepresented communities. Working with key stakeholders, project staff more

    Issues: Improving Health Equity Increasing Diversity in Nursing Location: Delaware

  2. The Role of School Health in Addressing Health Inequities

    Aug 01, 2022

    As the calendar flips to August, America’s schools are preparing for a new academic year, the fourth one impacted by COVID-19. School nurses are the front lines of public health and primary care, and the Campaign is pleased to share two blogs from a global school nurse more

    Issues: Improving Health Equity

  3. A Healthier America for All

    Jul 22, 2022

    The next phase of the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action will focus on making sure that everyone in America can live a healthier life, advanced by equity-minded nurses as essential and valued partners in providing care and promoting health equity and well-being. The Campaign more

  4. Dinner Theater: An Innovative Approach to Reducing Suicide Among Kentucky Farmers

    Jul 11, 2022

    What kind of initiative brings together a beef council, a local theater group, and a state’s largest university? A Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action-supported program where nurses take on the problem of suicide in innovative ways. The Campaign is an initiative of AARP more

    Location: Kentucky

  5. Campaign Moving Forward to Build Health Equity Through Nursing

    Jul 08, 2022

    The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action is pleased to announce that it will implement a new three-year grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) to continue its work disrupting structural barriers to health equity by tapping the full potential of a diverse more

  6. Wisconsin Nurses Lead in Disaster Preparedness That Leaves No One Behind

    Jul 05, 2022

    In principle, a novel pathogen like COVID-19 should affect everyone equally. But very early in the pandemic, it became clear that this was not the case. Once the disease was established in the United States, Black and Native American communities were hit especially hard more

    Location: Wisconsin

  7. Reinhard to Receive Gerontological Society of America 2022 Award

    Jun 27, 2022

    For her many years of significant and substantive career contributions to research, practice and policy in aging and health care services, Susan C. RN, PhD, FAAN, will be awarded the Barbara J. Berkman Award for Outstanding Interdisciplinary Research, Practice, or Policy in more

  8. Beyond GPA: Holistic Admissions Can Help Build a More Diverse Nursing Workforce

    Jun 23, 2022

    A diverse nursing workforce is essential to achieving health equity in the United States. Holistic admissions practices are an important tool nursing schools can use to contribute to that goal. But changing admissions systems is complex, and a successful transformation more

    Location: Indiana

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