With the impending shortage of trained nurses – the American Nurses Association anticipates that there will be an additional 1.13 million nurses needed in the workforce by 2022 – community colleges have more opportunity than ever to educate the next generation of caregivers.
Happy National CRNA Week to the 52,000+ Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists and student registered nurse anesthetists who safely and cost-effectively provide approximately 43 million anesthetics each year!
Interprofessional collaboration encourages healthcare professionals of all disciplines to work together in patient-centered care. Explore these five reasons why nurses must excel at interprofessional collaboration.
The healthcare simulation field is rapidly evolving, with new technologies and methodologies being developed every year. Read on for ideas on how you can improve, expand, and accelerate your simulation program—starting today.
There's a strategy to enrolling the best and brightest nursing students into a community college LPN or LVN, ADN, or BSN (community college baccalaureate nursing degrees are currently available in 22 states) program. Read on for ideas to boost your nursing student recruitment.
Many hospitals are looking to community colleges to educate the next generation of nurses. Read on for ways that community colleges can use simulation-related data to boost nursing student recruitment.
Nursing educators understand that simulation-based training is a clinical learning necessity-- but even a simple simulation scenario requires significant resources, from people and processes, to space, time, devices, and written course materials. What benefits does system automation provide? Read on for five ways automation can optimize your sim center operations.
EMS is proud to celebrate National Nurses Week! Sponsored by the American Nurses Association (ANA), the 2017 National Nurses Week explores the theme "Nursing: the Balance of Mind, Body, and Spirit." It's all about celebrating nurses who lead the charge for health and wellness.