Notes on Nursing—September 2021 Issue

This month, we challenge nurse innovators to build a sustainable nursing workforce of the future through our latest NurseHack4Health hackathon. Plus, meet Shawna Butler, host of the SEE YOU NOW podcast. Finally, we highlight the ways nurses brought healthcare to their communities during COVID-19.
Inside the Issue

4 Ways Nurses Brought Healthcare to their Communities During COVID-19

Research from the Accelerating Nursing, Transforming Healthcare reports suggests there's a larger movement across the healthcare industry to better meet patients where they are—outside of hospitals. Check out how these nurses shifted healthcare to where it was needed most amid the pandemic.

Register for “NurseHack4Health: Building a Sustainable Nursing Workforce of the Future”

Nursing turnover is nearly 20% per year, which increases health system costs and decreases stability in patient care. We invite you to re-imagine how we prepare, leverage, and deploy the nursing workforce to increase retention by participating in our upcoming virtual hackathon this November 5-7th.

Join HealtheVoices for their Upcoming HCP Events!

HealtheVoices for HCPs is back on 9/29 and 10/13 to talk health equity and prioritizing HCP mental wellness with expert panels featuring MDs, RNs, therapists and students. Sessions are free and open to all.

The Resilience Collaborative: Equipping Health Workers to Recover, Adapt and Grow

Join The Resilience Collaborative—a global community of practice launched by the J&J Center for Health Worker Innovation. It aims to advance learning and drive adoption of evidence-based strategies for health worker resilience, particularly in low-resource settings.

How Nurse Innovators Turn A-ha Moments into Solutions

The SEE YOU NOW podcast is proud to present a new feature called “Moment of Awareness”—short stories focused on nurse innovators’ key moments of their journey through the invention process. Hear how nurse entrepreneurs Brian Mohika and Maria Striemer turned a problem into a solution.

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