AACN has developed a set of talking points to help outline the HRSA report’s projections focused on the RN population while underscoring the need to focus future workforce growth on addressing the shortage of baccalaureate- and graduate-prepared nurses.
Khan Academy is looking for faculty and students who have a deep understanding of healthcare content, have great intuition for how students like to learn, and are available to work on a part-time contract basis as content creators.
Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare (Jonas Center), Khan Academy, and AACN today announced the continuation of a groundbreaking partnership to produce innovative, online healthcare content for a global audience of faculty, students, practitioners, and consumers.
AACN released findings from a national study conducted by the RAND Corporation, which examined the progress made by nursing schools in transitioning to the practice doctorate – a solution advanced 10 years ago to better meet the healthcare needs of the nation. The report authors found near universal agreement among nurse educators about the value of the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree in preparing individuals for advanced nursing practice.
In August 2014, AACN conducted its third online survey of nursing schools offering baccalaureate and graduate programs in the U.S. to better assess the experience of new graduates in finding employment during these tough economic times.