Mar 23, 2017
Education Ideas Emerge From Learning Collaboratives
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 nursing education.
Since October 2016, the Campaign has hosted monthly teleconferences in which academicians and those in practice exchange ideas and expand on what is working. On this page you will find a growing list of what they find useful. Listen to that opening session, and join new sessions of this learning collaborative. It is hoped that these conversations will be a catalyst for progress in this effort.
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Call-in information: (866) 215-3402 Conference code: 4343911
Below are resources that reflect some of what is happening across the country on the topic.
“Accelerating design and transforming baccalaureate nursing education to foster a culture of health”
American Association of Colleges of Nursing-CDC Public Health Initiative agreement
American Organization of Nurse Executive Competencies
American Nurses Association and Public Health Nursing
“Linking the Culture of Health Framework to the Essentials of Baccalaureate Nursing Education”
New Jersey Nursing Initiative
Registered Nurses: Partners in Transforming Primary Care (Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation 2016 report)
Preparing Nurses for New Roles in Population Health Management (National Advisory Council on Nurse Education and Practice report)
Preparing Nursing Leaders: Article in the 2016 Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation Annual Report
Preparing the Future Public Health Nursing Workforce: Symposium between academia and practice