Nurses in New Jersey: 113,404

Average nurse age: 49

RN average yearly salary in NJ $: 82,010

Strengthen Statewide Partnerships

NJNI is a leader in redrawing traditional boundaries between the academic arena and clinical practice, supporting leaders in education and health care as they respond to the need to provide community-based and population-based care.

Nursing Development Modules

30-minute, self-paced modules that support and enhance nursing Faculty and Clinicians’ development and skill-sets around various hot topics in today’s health care environment like Population Health and Motivational Interviewing.

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Help New Jersey Have the Care It Needs

NJNI’s efforts ultimately serve a simple purpose: Making sure the state has a well-educated nursing workforce that can promote residents’ health and care for them in times of need.

Support Curriculum Redesign

NJNI programs focus on supporting academic programs in implementing changes in their curriculum to incorporate population health and community-based care and promote a Culture of Health.

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Nursing Development Module Series

The NJNI's Nursing Development Module Series has been created with a passion to help support and enhance nursing Faculty and Clinicians' development and skillsets around various hot topics in today's health care environment. These 30-minute, self-paced online modules have been developed with Subject Matter Experts in their respective fields of nursing focusing in on a population health perspective.

About NJNI

The New Jersey Nursing Initiative (NJNI) is a multi-year, multi-million-dollar program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), with assistance and support provided by the New Jersey Hospital Association/Health Research and Educational Trust (NJHA/HRET), working to transform nursing education in the state.

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