Notes on Nursing—June 2024 Issue

Investing in nurses

In the latest issue of Notes on Nursing, get the scoop on creative, strategic nursing investments that are addressing workforce challenges and building a diverse pipeline of new nurses to improve outcomes and equity. Also in this issue, why the AI era is driving the need for nurse informaticists, a nurse leader in clinical oncology trials, and more. Read now.
Inside the Issue
Find out how these strategic investments are supporting the workforce to improve health equity and patient outcomes.
Nurse informaticists are more critical than ever as AI is poised to streamline healthcare delivery. Find out how nurses are using technology to improve the care environment for patients and clinicians alike.
Nurse-led health system teams – submit your solution for a thriving workforce for the chance to receive up to $150K in grant funding to bring your idea to life! Applications close Aug. 2!
Melissa Martinez is at the forefront of oncology clinical trials in her role at Johnson & Johnson – and she's expanding the perception of where nurses can leverage their skills to advance patient care.
June is National Reunification Month, recognizing efforts to help families stay together. Don't miss this powerful episode of the SEE YOU NOW podcast with Sharrica Miller, who shares her 'foster care to PhD' experience, and how nurses can advocate for kids in need.
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