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Executive Summary The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), in their commitment to building a Culture of Health in America, initiated a project entitled Identifying and Spreading Practices to Enable EffectiveInterprofessional Collaboration to better understand the role of interprofessional … Read more

By 2050, the number of Americans age 65 and older is projected to almost double to about 84 million. With 70 percent of older Americans expected to seek assistance in maintaining their health and well-being, … Read more

The Institute of Medicine (IOM) report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, identifies interprofessional collaboration among health care providers as an essential part of improving the accessibility, quality, and value of health care in … Read more

Advancing Health Through Nursing: Progress of the Campaign for Action. A bold new vision for America’s health care system. The Future of Nursing report becomes a catalyst for change. … Read more

The Evaluating Innovations in Nursing Education (EIN) National Program Office – as part of our materials for their recent annual meeting of grantees – compiled a current list of publications reporting findings from EIN-funded studies. This document … Read more

Since the inaugural issue in January 2005, Charting Nursing’s Future has addressed topics such as nursing education, collaboration to ease the nursing shortage, recruitment and retention, transformation of the work environment, nursing workforce data collection, … Read more

Using baseline data from 2012 and the Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) Health Workforce Simulation Model, this brief presents national- and state-level projections on the supply of and demand for registered nurses (RNs) and … Read more

Is there a nursing workforce shortage? Absolutely. New Jersey is facing a very real and very serious health care crisis – growing registered nurse and nurse faculty workforce shortages predicted through 2025 – that, in some … Read more

Designed to help both new and experienced faculty integrate the Quality and Safety competencies into their nursing programs. Each module explores a particular topic or issue, provides resources, and raises questions to engage users in … Read more

Health care in the United States is undergoing revolutionary change, spurred by the Affordable Care Act, as well as increased emphasis on prevention, cost control, population health, community-based care, and care coordination. Despite all that … Read more

Team-based care involving physician assistants (PAs) and advanced practice nurses (APNs) is one strategy for improving access and quality of care. … Read more

Motivation for the study: Increased demand for primary care expected from ACA, shrinking primary care workforce relative to population growth, nurse practitioners can be primary care providers and have been identified as potential solution. … Read more

As the demand for health care consistently rises and many individuals, even within developed countries, lack access to primary care services, a better un-derstanding of how primary care is defined, the main causes of the … Read more

Recent students/graduates from a PhD and DNP program discuss pros and cons of each program and encourage obtaining a doctoral degree.  All levels. … Read more

Our future depends on our seeking, creating, and launching innovative nursing education programs. Successful innovation can improve nursing education delivery and make optimal use of available resources while tapping into the imagination and creativity of faculty and students. When … Read more

NJNI hosted it’s Fourth Annual Meeting November 28-30th at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Shaping Gerontology Education and Policy in the Garden State. (Scholars – brought posters for display and discussion) Wednesday, November 28th: The Westin 5:00 -6:00 pm  Welcome … Read more

Date: Nov 26, 2012

Topics: Fast Facts & Policy / Nursing Education / Population Health

Resource type: Fact Sheet

The Nursing in New Jersey at a glance is a snapshot of Nursing Workforce data in New Jersey and information on educating the next generation of nursing students. The charts provide demographics about the nursing … Read more

Describes science and how to develop the science of nursing education. Presents a model for building the evidence for teaching practices.  Experienced. … Read more

Date: Nov 8, 2012

Topics: Fast Facts & Policy / Nursing Education / Population Health

Resource type: Fact Sheet

New Jersey is facing a very real and very serious health care crisis – growing long-term registered nurse and nurse faculty shortages that, in some way, will affect every person and every institution in the … Read more

A mentor and mentee discuss how to form a relationship and take advantage of using advisors, mentors, and coaches.  All levels. … Read more

As pressure mounts on primary care providers to improve patient health and lower health care costs, delivery systems are looking to nurses to solve many of primary care’s most pressing challenges. Nurse practitioners (NPs) and … Read more

Considers areas of adjustment for new faculty from perspectives of a newly appointed faculty member and an experienced faculty.  Novice … Read more

Discusses a process for finding an ideal academic appointment and how to conduct the interview.  Novice … Read more

Date: Dec 9, 2011

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Date: Nov 11, 2011

Topics: Collaborative Learning Community / Professional Development

Resource type: Webinar

How to use effective slides, business cards, business etiquette when representing yourself or your agency.  All levels. … Read more

For more than a decade, health professionals have strived to build safer, more efficient, and less costly systems of care, with the goals of reducing medical error, improving health outcomes, providing more preventive care, and … Read more

Gather tips for developing posters & podium sessions,  developing a portfolio  and getting the most out of professional meetings. Newly appointed. … Read more

Best practices for teaching online.  Newly appointed. … Read more

In late October, the New Jersey Nursing Initiative (NJNI) introduced the newest nursing scholars, joining scholars from the second cohort of New Jersey Nursing Scholars in Princeton, New Jersey. NJNI’s third annual meeting offered three days of presentations … Read more


Date: Aug 1, 2011

Topics: Fast Facts & Policy / Nursing Education

Resource type: Article/ Brief/ Summary

In October 2010, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the Institute of Medicine (IOM) jointly released The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, calling it a blueprint for transforming the American health system … Read more

Considers areas of adjustment for new faculty from perspectives of a newly appointed faculty member and an experienced faculty.  Novice … Read more

“How tos” of developing and submitting a manuscript for publication.  All levels. … Read more

Explains how to design and use unfolding case studies; includes a role play of an unfolding case. Newly Appointed. … Read more

Provides information about writing a grant and locating funding sources. Experienced. … Read more

Educator competencies and roles of faculty in various types of schools of nursing. … Read more

General information on how to take advantage of career advancement opportunities.  Novice. … Read more

Describes the nurse educator role and Boyer’s model of scholarship.  Novice. … Read more

In 2008, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the IOM launched a two-year initiative to respond to the need to assess and transform the nursing profession. The IOM appointed the Committee on the RWJF … Read more

In late October, the New Jersey Nursing Initiative (NJNI) convened its second cohort of New Jersey Nursing Scholars in Princeton, New Jersey, for NJNI’s second annual meeting. They joined the first cohort of Scholars at … Read more

Describes continuum of incivility and how to manage incivil behaviors in the classroom.  Newly Appointed. … Read more

Presents results of a study of effective teaching practices and new models of clinical teaching: DEU, focused assignments, simulation.  Newly Appointed. … Read more

Raises awareness of how to assess, be mindful of, and offer services for, under-represented groups of students: gender, racial and ethnic diversity.  Experienced. … Read more

What you need to know about your students; culture, gender, academic abilities; learning styles.  Novice … Read more

As they sipped coffee and mingled over breakfast, the men and women of the New Jersey Nursing Initiative (NJNI) Faculty Preparation Program realized they had more than a scholarship in common. They were eager to … Read more

On May 28, 2009 the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce launched the New Jersey Nursing Initiative (NJNI) at a hearing before the New Jersey Senate’s Health, Human Services and Senior … Read more

Designing New Approaches to Increase Nurse Education Capacity This paper was commissioned by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; the Center to Champion Nursing in America; and the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration to … Read more