Looking to keep your finger on the pulse of the nursing industry? Check out this month’s top nursing news stories from around the globe.
Nursing Informatics Bootcamp with Dr Newbold
March 10 – 11, 2023 | Chapter Event | HIMSS Central and North Florida Chapter
Intensive two-day course focused on current informatics trends and issues. It includes content for registered nurses who are interested in becoming American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) board certified informatics nurses. Other clinical professionals working in informatics may wish to take the course to become exposed to the course topics. More information here.
Are Nurses Able to Lead in the Digital Health Evolution?
March 15, 2023 | Webinar
The United States healthcare system is slowly evolving from one built on mostly episodic and ambulatory in-person encounters to one that is digitally based, technology rich and informed by data. Simultaneously, the nursing profession is facing crises on a number of fronts, especially the education pipeline, workforce availability and professional development. Formal education tracks and the postgraduate novice-to-expert continuum have historically contained an insufficient focus on technology and informatics as a core component of nursing practice. For nurses to practice—and lead—in a modern healthcare environment, we must consider solutions that elevate our education pathways.
More information here. Follow: @HIMSS
Project Management Bootcamp for Nurse Leaders
April 10-May 7 or April 24-27, 2023 | Cheetah Learning | Coaches: Dawn Nunez, RN, PMP; Kate Fossman, RD, PMP
Become a Master at Accelerated Learning and Pass the PMP Exam in 4 days.
Companies are looking for the Project Management Professional (PMP) credential because it assures that the person who is doing the role of “project manager” has passed a rigorous industry standard test regarding the basic knowledge necessary for the job of project management. Considering that 75% of all projects fail due to poor project management, PMPs are considered critical organizational assets by the companies that employ them (Gartner Group, 2012). Recently, the federal government mandated that any projects receiving government funding need to have PMI-certified project managers, and many healthcare organizations require their project managers to be PMP-certified. The high demand for PMPs equates to a higher compensation. More information here. Follow: @CheetahLearning
In the News
The American Nurses Association (ANA) is the premier organization representing the interests of the nation’s 4 million registered nurses. ANA is at the forefront of improving the quality of health care for all. Founded in 1896, and with members in all 50 states and U.S. territories, ANA is the strongest voice for the profession. Follow them on Twitter @ANANursingWorld
ICYMI, we’re sharing @Campaign4Action‘s Building Equity in #Nursing and Health Care Leadership summit from 2022, which brought together diverse stakeholders to ignite change in the nursing profession and advance the cause of health equity: https://t.co/H780kOqqqI#DiversityCounts pic.twitter.com/HcwENpoSfE
— American Nurses Association (@ANANursingWorld) February 15, 2023
The American Association of Nurse Practitioners
The AANP empowers all nurse practitioners (NPs) to advance quality health care through practice, education, advocacy, research and leadership. AANP is a community for NPs, NP students, and individuals or organizations interested in the NP role. There are currently more than 109,000 members. AAP is working to improve patient care and advance NP practice. Follow them on Twitter @AANP_NEWS
Dr. Pandora Hardtman, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer at @Jhpiego is on the NP Pulse: The Voice of the Nurse Practitioner® podcast encouraging NPs to lead locally and consider ways they can make a global impact. Listen today: https://t.co/znmEC8cDU3. #NPsLead pic.twitter.com/XyZbXhHVCp
— AANP (@AANP_NEWS) February 15, 2023
American Organization for Nurse Leadership
As the national professional organization of more than 10,000 nurse leaders, the American Organization for Nursing Leadership (AONL) is the voice of nursing leadership. Previously known as the American Organization for Nurse Executives (AONE), the organization changed its name in 2019 to better align with its core mission to shape health care through innovative and expert nursing leadership and vision of nursing leadership—one voice advancing health. Follow them on Twitter @tweetAONL
In a story profiled in the February Nurse Leader, Nursing leaders at Jefferson Health in Philadelphia established a team of nurses who deploy to units that need additional staffing across its 18 hospitals. https://t.co/SWqbjrtZWg
— AONL (@tweetAONL) February 14, 2023
National Association of Neonatal Nurses
NANN is a community of registered nursing professionals at all stages of their careers who care for newborn infants born with a variety of health challenges, including prematurity, birth defects, infection, cardiac malformations, and surgical problems. For more than 30 years, NANN has supported its members and advanced the profession by providing opportunities for members to influence care for neonates and their families, collaborate with leaders and peers in their field, and gain knowledge to improve their daily practice. Follow them on Twitter @NeonatalNurses.
We know that self-care is a mental health must, but as nurses, how do you make time when you’re always busy?
Check out these suggestions.https://t.co/h3GmahaeLz
— NANN (@NeonatalNurses) February 18, 2023
HealthcareNOW Radio’s Nurse Lauren
Nurse Lauren is HealthcareNOW Radio’s content contributor for NursesNOW. Her passion for pediatrics led her to become a newborn/infant ICU nurse at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Temple Health. Nurse Lauren, RN, is an avid gym goer and health advocate who enjoys improving the well-being of others through fitness and nutrition. She is a proud graduate of Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions (@DrexelCNHP) and Choate Rosemary Hall (@goChoate.) Check out her blog posts and Wellness Wednesday tips.
The nursing community has spoken! We are thrilled to announce the WINNERS of the Nurse.org ICON Awards! All six winners now progress to the final round of voting!! ONE nurse will be named Nurse.org ICON of The Year. Cast your vote here by February 28, 2023! Click here to see the SIX winners of each category.
What makes the Nurse.org ICON Awards truly special is that all the nurses and nursing students were nominated by the nursing community – peers, classmates, professors, followers, and loved ones! This level of recognition speaks volumes to the amazing work these individuals do day in, and out, for the nursing profession.
Looking Forward: 2023 Events
Are you considering the Pathway to Excellence Journey? Now is the time to learn how you can use the Pathway Framework to create a #positivepracticeenvironment for all members of the healthcare team. @AnaCindee @ANANursingWorld @RGraystoneRN pic.twitter.com/8OuWthUJDe
— Pathway to Excellence® (@pathway_team) February 14, 2023
Registration for the 2023 Annual Conference is now open! Join us in Anaheim, Calif. next May 1-4. https://t.co/QCmOnr6PQw
— AONL (@tweetAONL) December 9, 2022
Registration for our 2023 Annual Conference is now live! Join us – in person or virtually – to discuss how we turn the corner for the future. Register by 4/6/23 to save $100! https://t.co/TCx6N0UVwP pic.twitter.com/km4ARhOeRh
— ANIA (@ANIAinformatics) December 7, 2022
Immerse yourself in three days of inspiration and powerful connections with like-minded nurse leaders at AONL 2023, May 1-4 in Anaheim, California. Registration is now open for in-person and on-demand options! https://t.co/oiOBIrBn2r pic.twitter.com/tDh51tUqw7
— AONL (@tweetAONL) February 13, 2023
Mark your calendar now for the #psychopharmacology conference planned for #nurses by nurses. Registration opens mid-February. #nursing #apnapsychopharm Discover more about CPI: https://t.co/KH5k2fJ1wp pic.twitter.com/usa0cbSXpQ
— APNA (@AmerPsychNurses) December 6, 2022
There’s less than a month to submit an abstract for the 2023 Annual Conference!
If you have research to share or knowledge of a specific topic that can help your neonatal nurse colleagues consider submitting today! The deadline is Jan. 9.
Learn more: https://t.co/5RNUBN8v4F pic.twitter.com/EOIRNHdQyL
— NANN (@NeonatalNurses) December 12, 2022