A spirit of innovation
Nurses work closely with patients, and understand patients’ needs better than anyone. Which is why they’re the ones who often find new solutions to health challenges, that can make a significant difference in patient outcomes.
A timeline of nurses changing human health
Nurses of color have long-shaped the nursing profession and transformed healthcare, but their stories are underrepresented in the broader nursing narrative. A new nurse-led project, “Nurses You Should Know,” is using storytelling to help close the representation gap by amplifying their contributions.2021-02-22T17:07:22.288Z
In the early stages of COVID-19 when PPE was scarce, University Health CNE Tommye Austin sprang into action to protect her front line colleagues—creating a mask with surgical draping and filters. Almost a year later, Tommye’s innovation success is helping to inspire nurse innovation at her health system and beyond.2021-02-21T20:06:28.605Z
Powering-up COVID-19 Patient Care Innovation with the Awardees of our Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire ChallengeTogether with AONL and SONSIEL, we’re thrilled to announce the Awardees of the Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge in COVID-19 Patient Care: Jennifer Stinson, nurse scientist from The Hospital for Sick Children, and Kathleen Malouf, pediatric nurse at Monmouth Medical Center.2021-01-27T23:57:10.950Z
The state of nursingThe annual salary for a registered nurse can range from $49k to 104k. Salaries will vary based on education, location, and experience..
A career with choices
With so many specialties, skills, and environments to choose from, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to do what you love and create the career you want.
In their own words
Most nurses are pushed into the hospital and clinical settings when there are many other opportunities for nursing out there.”
You can obtain multiple degrees, you can travel the world with your degree in hand, and that's a big part of why nursing is so important. You're not bound to one area.”