Issue   Collecting Workforce Data

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  1. National

    Perspectives on the Evidence: Workforce Planning

    Webinar

    How many nurses will be needed in a year? In two, or five? What exactly will their roles be, and where? Data are critical to answering these questions and others, and shaping the future of the nation’s health care. In this webinar, led by Erin Fraher, PhD, MPP, director of the Program on Health Workforce Research and Policy at Cecil G. Sheps Center for more

    Issues: Collecting Workforce Data Location: National

  2. Key Partnerships Align to Improve Health Through Nursing Workforce Data

    May 19, 2016

    The Connecticut Nursing Collaborative-Action Coalition (CNC-AC) is partnering with the state’s Department of Labor and  Department of Public Health to manage and analyze Connecticut’s nursing workforce data.  The analysis will provide critical information  for ongoing planning  for the health of Connecticut residents, development of the nursing more

    Issues: Building Healthier Communities Collecting Workforce Data Promoting Nursing Leadership Location: Connecticut

  3. National

    Meeting Sets the Stage for Improved Collection of Workforce Data

    May 19, 2016

    “In God we trust. All others bring data.” That’s how one speaker, quoting the late statistician William Edwards Deming, reflected on the point of the historic meeting held in Washington, D.C., May 9-10. For the first time, national nursing organizations and federal agencies that collect data on the nursing workforce came together to plan. The more

    Issues: Collecting Workforce Data Location: National

  4. GNLC around the country

    May 18, 2016

    The GNLC has been presenting the results of some of our work around the country. At the Annual Conference of the National Forum of State Nursing Workforce Centers in Orlando, FL., April 27-29. Dr. Lisa Eichelberger gave a presentation called “The hunt for good workforce data” describing the process involved in obtaining the nursing workforce data in more

    Issues: Collecting Workforce Data Location: Georgia

  5. National

    AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins on ‘Why We Celebrate Nurses’

    May 06, 2016

    For a smooth-functioning, equitable health care system, “we’re going to need every nurse,” says AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins in her essay celebrating National Nurses Week. For everyone’s good, the nation needs more nurses and needs to make sure that they are partners in making decisions. Writes Jenkins, “This National Nurses Week, all of us at AARP more

    Issues: Collecting Workforce Data Fostering Interprofessional Collaboration Improving Access to Care Increasing Diversity in Nursing Promoting Nursing Leadership Transforming Nursing Education Location: National

  6. National

    National Nurses Week: A Time to Say Thank You

    May 05, 2016

    At 3.4 million strong, nurses are the largest group of health care providers in the U.S. Year after year, Gallup’s annual poll finds nurses rank as having the highest honesty and ethical standards of any profession. We interact with nurses every day—in our hospitals, more

    Issues: Building Healthier Communities Collecting Workforce Data Fostering Interprofessional Collaboration Improving Access to Care Increasing Diversity in Nursing Promoting Nursing Leadership Transforming Nursing Education Location: National

  7. National

    Champions of Nursing

    Feb 12, 2016

    The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action Summit 2015, the national conference that took place in Washington, D.C., December 9–10, could not have happened were it not for the generosity of five sponsors who understand how important a strong nursing field is to America’s health. Thanks to these leaders: Aetna Aetna wants to build a better health care more

    Issues: Building Healthier Communities Collecting Workforce Data Fostering Interprofessional Collaboration Improving Access to Care Increasing Diversity in Nursing Promoting Nursing Leadership Transforming Nursing Education Location: National

  8. National

    Huge Interest in IOM’s Future of Nursing Report Shows in Record Number of Downloads

    Jan 05, 2016

    Reflecting the fact that nurses play a critical role in improving America’s health and health care system, the Institute of Medicine’s Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health report remains the IOM’s most downloaded report since its release in 2010. As of December 2015, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) records 129,874 downloads of Future more

    Issues: Collecting Workforce Data Fostering Interprofessional Collaboration Improving Access to Care Increasing Diversity in Nursing Promoting Nursing Leadership Transforming Nursing Education Location: National

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