The Future of Nursing

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Funding the future of nursing

What do ANA members Pamela Mitchell, Elaine Larson, Ann Rogers, and Dorothy Brooten have in common? Early in their careers, each received a research grant from the American…

Initiative on the Future of Nursing

Dear American Nurse Today readers: Here’s your chance to help shape the future. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s “Initiative on the Future of Nursing” at the Institute of…
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Nurses are nurses—unless they’re not

The key message of the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) 2010 report “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health” is that “nurses should achieve higher levels of education…

Nurses discuss the future of nursing in NEJM

On Dec. 15 The New England Journal of Medicine published two perspective articles by nurses. Linda H. Aiken, PhD, RN’s “Nurses for the Future” discusses the recent recommendations…
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Nursing – today and beyond

Nursing is in the midst of revolutionary changes. How are these changes affecting the profession today—and how are they likely to affect it in the future? For the…

Nursing fiction?

Imagine the year is 2030… Casey, a Complex Labor and Delivery nurse, notices that her patient, a young mother, rarely makes eye contact while holding her new infant…

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