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A nurse for everyone who leaves the hospital

Nurses Jasmine Bhatti, PhD(c), MS, RN, and Ayan Said, MSN, RN, only knew each other 
in passing. They worked on the same floor at Mayo Clinic in Arizona,…
Finding belonging to beat burnout

Finding belonging to beat burnout

Specialty-focused education model aims to better prepare nurses for practice Nurses are exhausted and have been ringing the alarm long before the COVID-19 pandemic. Systemic challenges and limited…

Foundation advances nurse-led research

The American Nurses Foundation (the Foundation) advances the nursing profession by 
serving as a thought leader, catalyst for action, convener, and funding conduit. These efforts encompass funding research…
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How practicing gratitude helps nurses avoid burnout

Burnout and emotional exhaustion were ongoing risks for nurses long before the COVID-19 pandemic. Now these hazards have only worsened. According to the National Institute of Health Care…

Leading through service

“The first and most important choice a leader makes is the choice to serve, without which one’s capacity to lead is severely limited.” —Robert Greenleaf, founder of the…

Making nurses’ voices count

Last year when world health officials declared a global pandemic, the American Nurses Foundation committed to addressing the impact of COVID-19 on nurses and the nursing workforce. Recognizing…

Mentorship: The value in vulnerability

Shortly after being selected as the inaugural recipient of the American Nurses Foundation Jeannine Rivet National Leadership Award in June 2019, my life began to change. I graduated…
Nurses average moods & new covid19 cases

Nurses, mood, and the COVID-19 pandemic

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Nurses Foundation created the Well-Being Initiative to support the mental health and well-being of the nation’s nurses. Moodfit—a digital mental…

RN Initiative: A catalyst for nursing’s future

Nurses worked heroically in 2020 as the tragic spread of the novel coronavirus took on pandemic proportions and forced innovation in the U.S. healthcare system. Before the pandemic…

Seven steps to strengthen nursing culture

Nurses need a supportive work culture more than ever as they cope with pandemic era stresses compounded by a national nurse staffing shortage. “Nurses just like the rest…

Survey findings reveal nurses are struggling

Findings from the third mental health and wellness survey in the Pulse on the Nation’s Nurses Survey Series expose the significant stress nurses continue to experience in their…

The state of nurses in 2023

Survey highlights need for better support from employers After coping with nearly 3 full years of the 
COVID-19 pandemic, along with surges of 
influenza and respiratory syncytial virus…
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Vision and values

Kate Judge reflects on 10 years of growth at the American Nurses Foundation. In the 10 years since Kate Judge joined the American Nurses Foundation (the Foundation) as…

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