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Notes on Nursing—January 2023 Issue

In the latest issue of Notes on Nursing, find out how health system solutions like Mercy Works on Demand are offering a gig-based approach to scheduling – with results that speak for themselves. Also in this issue, a new pilot building first-of-its-kind leadership and resiliency curriculum into nursing school education, a call to eliminate low-value tasks in clinical settings, an inspiring SEE YOU NOW podcast episode on the science of art in healing, and more. Read now:
Thriving Through Scheduling
How a groundbreaking "gig" approach to scheduling prioritizes work/life balance for nurses and supports patient care while reducing costs.
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Bringing Leadership and Resilience to the Classroom

A first-of-its-kind pilot is building leadership, self-care and well-being curriculum into nursing school education to improve mental health, confidence and readiness to practice among new nurses.

Making Spirits Bright

In this inspiring two-part SEE YOU NOW podcast episode, an arts advocate and singer-songwriter share the science and outcomes of art in all its forms as a powerful, trauma-healing tool for healthcare workers. → Listen to Part 1

Nurse Time is Limited: Choose Wisely

Nursing leader Chris Friese joins clinical experts in calling for health systems to identify and eliminate low-value tasks to reduce burnout, improve the value of clinical work and preserve the workforce.

Nursing Innovation Survey

Have you participated in an innovation event, course or fellowship in the last three years? A survey from UPenn’s School of Nursing is studying nursing innovation to build curriculum for the next generation.

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