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Responding to the nursing education community’s need for specific
While the world is understandably focused on the appropriate protocols and protective gear for health care workers, the critical role of nursing education must also be considered.
Asserting that the lack of focus on the LPN/LVN workforce affects patient safety and leads to a void in the care of vulnerable populations, the NLN calls for the nursing community to explore and
The 2014 recipients – all doctoral candidates – will share $28,000.
Six schools of nursing, selected by competitive application, have been named NLN Centers of Excellence in Nursing Education this year.
Nationally recognized leader in nursing education, Marsha Howell Adams, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, who since September 2013 has served as president of the National League for Nursing, became the new
"Diversity and Cultural Competence in Health Care: A Systems Approach" reflects NLN commitment to diversity and global health initiatives. Janice L.
Nurse educators at six schools of nursing in southeastern Pennsylvania and clinical nursing staff at an affiliated agency took home the first awards for geriatric education and practice from the
Twenty distinguished nurse educators and two honorary fellows have been selected as the eighth class of the prestigious Academy of Nursing Education.
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