Notes on Nursing—January 2022 Issue

In this issue meet and get inspired by the Nurse Team Re-imagining At-Home Care for Patients and Nurses alike. And among other interesting articles and resources such as the ALL IN WellBeing First hub, which provides mental health resources and tools, discover how an innovative nurse education model aims to meet the needs of patients in rural areas by building APRNS for the community from the community
Inside the Issue

How Small-Town Nurses are Making a Big Impact on Rural Healthcare

The Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence—led by nurse and CEO Ingrid Johnson—has developed innovative nurse education models that aim to meet the primary care and mental health needs of rural, underserved communities by building APRNs for the community, from the community.

Apply Now: Transforming Healthcare Via Nurse-Led Tech

Applications close February 4th for the Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge: Healthcare Transformation Through Nurse-led Tech. Enter now for a chance to bring your solution to life and be awarded up to $100K in grant funding and access to mentoring from experts across J&J.

64: Reporting Powers: Leading with Love

The final episode of season six focuses on the power of love and empathy in unlikely places. Julie Kennedy-Oehlert, DNP, RN, founder of Vidant Health, speaks about her innovative approach to building a trusting, supportive culture for patients and nurses.

ALL IN: WellBeing First Launches Interactive Online Community of Practice

The ALL IN website serves as a hub of mental health and resiliency resources, providing tools for implementation and a platform to share and engage with other perspectives and commentary from frontline healthcare workers, institutional leaders and the public

Unmasked: Profiles in Humanity and Resiliency

The National Black Nurses Association recently released a new podcast series sponsored by Johnson & Johnson. Unmasked: Profiles in Humanity and Resiliency, offers five discussions on how resiliency can help transcend surviving and move to a level of thriving.

Exploring Shifts in Nurse Employment During the First 15 Months of the COVID-19 Pandemic

In a recently published study, supported by the Johnson & Johnson Foundation, nurse and healthcare economist Dr. Peter Buerhaus partnered with colleagues from Montana State University on a new study to learn about how COVID-19 impacted nursing employment.

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