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.

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.

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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Nurses in New Jersey: 113,404

Average nurse age: 49

RN average yearly salary in NJ $: 82,010