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Long at the forefront of scholarship in the pedagogy of simulation, the NLN believes that simulation offers transformational learning for all nursing students.
The NLN Board of Governors has approved the first NLN CNEA Board of Commissioners. Working with executive director Dr. Judith A.
The NLN has partnered with Questionmark®, a supplier of technologies that enable institutions accurately and securely measure knowledge, skills, and attitudes to promote successful learning.
Digital campaign mobilizes new and existing users of the NLN's Advancing Care Excellence for Seniors (ACE.S) free geriatric resources, The
The NLN’s 2015 Leadership Institute begins its year-long, professional development programs this month.
At the “Academic Leadership Excellence: Co-Creating a Collaborative Culture” in San Antonio, February 5-7, 2015, experts will address dynamics that often stand in the way of successful organizational
Comments are invited from the public by the Accreditation Standards Committee of the National League for Nursing Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation prior to further development and
The Nursing on Boards Coalition will implement a national strategy to bring nurses' valuable perspectives to governing boards, as well as to state-level and national commissions, with an interest
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
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