Future Of Nursing

  • Future of Nursing

    1 The Future of Nursing Cathleen Atkins Grand Canyon University September 16th, 2012 The Future 2 The future of healthcare is dependent upon the role nurses play in the care of the patient. A committee was formed between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Institute of Medicine to address the needs of reformation of nursing. The purpose of the study was multifold. The study looked at ways to reform our healthcare system to meet the challenges of safe, quality patient care while

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  • Future of Nursing

    Future Of Nursing Elizabeth Lang NRS 430V November 4, 2012 The Affordable Care Act (ACA) enacted into law in 2010, is expected help the 32 million people without insurance in the United States healthcare sector. In 2008, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) approached the Institute of Medicine (IOM) proposed a partnership to assess and respond to the need to transform the nursing profession to meet the upcoming new challenges and needs from the ACA. After two years of intense discussions

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  • Future Nursing

    With more than 3 million members, the nursing profession is the largest segment of the nation’s health care workforce. Working on the front lines of patient care, nurses can play a vital role in helping realize the objectives set forth in the 2010 Affordable Care Act, legislation that represents the broadest health care overhaul since the 1965 creation of the Medicare and Medicaid programs. A number of barriers prevent nurses from being able to respond effectively to rapidly changing health care

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  • Future of Nursing

    The Future of Nursing: Transforming Education, Practice, and Role Nurses form the front line of the nation’s healthcare workforce. Nurses make up the largest percentage of the patient concern group in the nation. A report filed by the Institute of Medicine, entitled “The Future of Nursing” recommends several suggestions to figure out the future of nursing. “The healthcare system is rapidly changing in all aspects; however nursing is hindered in its evolution by several obstacles that restrict nurses’

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  • Development of the Future of Nursing

    Title: Development of the Future of Nursing James Flynn Grand Canyon University December 7, 2012 Title: Development of the Future of Nursing In an effort to provide American citizens with high quality, affordable health care the president signed into law and passed with help of congress, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act also known as the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in March of 2010. The ACA will attempt to provide at least 94% of the population with quality health coverage, while

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  • Future of Nursing Report

    Institute of Medicine produced The Future of Nursing report in response to the United States Congress passing health care reform legislation, and the enactment of the Affordable Healthcare Act (AHA). The passing of these laws provides a platform in which the United States can forever change the health care system. The numerous goals of the IOM report are focused on the role of nursing in this transformation of care. “By virtue of its numbers and adaptive capacity, the nursing profession has the potential

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  • The Future of Nursing

    The Future of Nursing Tonya Lipscomb Grand Canyon University: Professional Dynamics March 17, 2013 The Future of Nursing The field of nursing is a vast profession with continual growth into several different areas of the medical arena. With the Affordable Care Act of 2010, the need for nurses went on the rise and is at a steady rise. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) Report of 2010 discusses the need for nurses in different areas of healthcare and education. This paper will talk about the

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  • The Future of Nursing

    The Future of Nursing Grand Canyon University; NRS 430: Professional Dynamics Josh Lake April 26, 2013 The Future of Nursing Introduction The United States is facing the largest health care reform in recent history. Nursing, along with other disciplines, will be at the fore front of this enormous transition. Up to this point nursing has played an essential role in the delivery and management of care. To continue to play a pivotal role nursing must elevate its practice to meet the needs

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  • Future of Nursing

    healthy doing it. In this paper, this writer will explain the nurses role in health promotion and compare health promotion prevention; primary, secondary and tertiary levels about breast cancer. The changes in society have forced the change in nursing roles and responsibilities for the beginning of health promotion. To show the effects of encouragement of health promotion, nurses are now expanding their care outside the hospitals into community based care. Nurses are developing themselves into

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  • The Future of Nursing

    The Future of Nursing Health care, according to Wikipedia,” is the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease, illness, injury, and other physical and mental impairments in humans.” ("Health care," n.d., p. 1) As you can see, there are a number of roles that must be filled in order to provide all aspects of health care. Nursing makes up the “largest section of the health care workforce”, according to the summary of The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. (Committee on the

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  • The Future of Nursing

    The Future of Nursing In 2010 the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJK), a subsidiary of the Institute of Medicine (IOM), issued a report on nursing called, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, (http://www.iom.edu/Reports/2010/The-Future-of-Nursig-Leadership-Change-Advancing-Health.aspx). According to the IOM official website, (http://www.iom.edu/), “…the IOM provides independent, objective, evidence-based advice to policy makers, health professional, the private sector

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  • Future of Nursing

    professional development of nursing professionals Sosamma John Grand canyon university professional development of nursing professionals From its infancy nursing has grown to the current with all the hard woks of the pioneers of nursing. Researchers and theorists played a major role in the growth of nursing in to its current stage. according to American Nurses Association, Nursing is defined as “ protection promotion, and

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  • The Future of Nursing

    Running head: THE FUTURE OF NURSING The Future of Nursing Lara Gurule Grand Canyon University: Professional Dynamics: NRS-430V-O103 July 26, 2013 The Future of Nursing The future of nursing is reshaping as we know it. With a population on the rise in rural areas and not enough physicians to care for our growing population the Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) is the answer. Almost 25 years ago, an analysis by the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) indicated that NPs could safely and

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  • Nursing: a Change for the Future

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals: The Impact of the IOM Report, Nursing a Change for the Future Dina Gibson Grand Canyon University: NRS-430V February 10, 2013 Professional Development of Nurses: The Impact of the IOM Report, Nursing a Change for the Future The health care field is always growing and changing. With this advancement in technologies, it is important for the members of the professional health care field to grow with it. According to Robert Wood Johnson (2010),

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  • The Future of Nursing

    The Future of Nursing Jennifer Mallion NRS 430V-109 September 18, 2013 The Future of Nursing Introduction In 1970 The Institute of Medicine was founded by the National Academy of sciences. The National Academy of sciences advises the federal government on issues involving medical care, education, and research. In 2010 the Institute of Medicine issued “The future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health.” The recommendations in the report are directed towards state and local governments

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    The Future of Nursing Tammy Rose Grand Canyon University October 11, 2013 The Future of Nursing The Affordable Care Act was passed to ensure that quality healthcare would be available and that everyone in the United States would have access to it. The entire structure of healthcare is about to change in the United States, and the passing of the ACA will be the pivotal turning point. The purpose of this reform is to build up the nursing profession which is the largest portion of the healthcare

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  • Iom Report and Future of Nursing

    IOM report and future of Nursing Sunu Saju Grand Canyon University NRS 430V April 07, 2013 IOM report and future of Nursing IOM (Institute of Medicine), in partnership with RWJF (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation), developed the report “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing health on October 5, 2010.This detailed study focus on the significant connection between the health needs of various, varying populations and the actions of the nursing staff. The health care delivery system

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    Future of Nursing Report Nursing comprise the largest group of health care workforce in the United States (US), with more than 3 million members (Institute of Medicine (IOM), 2010). Nurses can play an important role in helping to fulfill the goals set by the Affordable Care Act in 2010 (IOM, 2010). However, many obstacles are blocking nurses to advance change in the health care settings. These obstacles need to be lifted for nurses to better position themselves to advance health and lead change

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  • Future of Nursing

    Future of Nursing Health care reform and technology are contributing factors affecting the future of nursing. The need to continue education for higher degree is becoming evident; nurses can no longer use the former mind- set traditional way to perform practice. Nurses need to be more flexible and be willing to incorporate new treatment options into their care. Nurses will continue to be guided by the use of nursing theories to promote quality care. Nurses need to become proactive in their education

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  • Vision for the Future of Nursing Speech

    Vision for the Future of Nursing Speech Dear peers, colleagues, fellow professional nurses, Slide 1: We are here today to discuss the future of nursing, a vision of nursing have you? Here we meet on the heels of a thirty plus year push toward professional legitimacy. Hinging on the precipice of integration of nursing research and utilization of evidence based practice at the bedside. Yet our voice is still clouded by the past. To be the successful force of change which our predecessors knew

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  • Future of Nursing

    The Future of Nursing through Education, Practice and Leadership Grand Canyon University Nursing 430 Professor Jude Belmonte Raeanne Shope December 15, 2013 The Future of Nursing through Education, Practice and Leadership In the 21st century the focus of healthcare and the way it is disbursed needs to change to fit the needs of an aging population. As the face of healthcare changes, nurses must change and become more involved in all aspects of patient care. Nurses must step out of

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  • The Future of Nursing

    brief: The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health Benjamin Todd Hegre Grand Canyon University NRS-430V - Professional Dynamics September 30, 2012 Abstract The Institute of Medicine (IOM) released a report in 2011 on the state of the nursing profession, its workforce and the future of both. The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health was released after over two years time. The committee charged with making recommendations for meshing nursing with the future developed

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    THE FUTURE OF NURSING: LEADING CHANGE, ADVANCING HEALTH Introduction Studies show that the nursing profession cover most of the workforce in the health sector, and they are mainly served with the responsibility of acting as patients’ advocates as well as defining the care that is to be provided to ailing patients (Hamric, Spross and Hanson 21). Nurses mainly work on the frontline of patient care, and they tend to play a significant role in realizing the objectives formulated in the in the 2010

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  • The Ioms Impact on the Future of Nursing

    The IOM's Impact on the Future of Nursing Angel Carroll Grand Canyon University Professional Dynamics NRS-430V Mrs. Hathcock February 8, 2014 The IOM's Impact on the Future of Nursing “In November of 2010, the Institute of Medicine issued a special report titled The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, and Advancing health.”(The Institute of Medicine [IOM], 2010). Over the next ten years as new judicial restructurings are brought forth, the Institute of Medicine has contemplated the roles

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  • The Future of Nursing

    The Future of Nursing? How will nursing in the future be impacted as a result of the Institute Of Medicine’s (IOM) report of 2010? Frank Gallegos Santa Fe Community College 10/27/13 The Future of Nursing? How will nursing in the future be impacted as a result of the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) report of 2010? In 2010 the Institute of Medicine (IOM) put out a report that has already started to impact nursing today but is really going to affect the future of nursing. This report is going

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  • Iom Report on, the Future of Nursing

    The IOM report of 2010 regarding the Future of Nursing: Leading change, advancing health is one of the most viewed on line reports in the IOM’s history. This milestone report calls for the leaders and amour bearers to act on its recommendations, including changes in public and institutional policies at the federal, state, and local levels. For this purpose, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) has collaborated with the AARP on the future of Nursing: Campaign for Action. The vision for this campaign

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  • Iom Future of Nursing

    The Impact of the 2010 IOM Report on The Future of Nursing Robert Loperfido Felician Health Policy and Politics NURS 385 Helena Correia RNC, MSN August 18, 2014 The Impact of the 2010 IOM Report on The Future of Nursing The United States is at a significant junction. Health care reforms are being carried out and the system is beginning to change. The largest component of the health care workforce is nurses and the needs to strengthen this group will only improve the delivery of care and

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    Foundation and AARP, conducted a study on the future of nursing. The study was involved and asked the questions of “who,” “what,” “where,” “when,” “why,” and “how” of nursing to produce better quality patient care. The IOM instituted initiatives or a project plan to reform nursing care. Lets touch base on how the IOM initiatives made in impact on nursing education, nursing care, and nursing leadership roles. Education Education is a very important part of a nursing career, with advancing technology, the

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  • Current and Future Nursing Models

    Current and Future Nursing Models That Guides My Nursing Practice Leila Pinter Concordia University Nursing Theory MSN 834 Dr. Tracy Shannon February 15, 2015 Current and Future Nursing Models That Guides My Nursing Practice Nursing theories are what we base our practice on. It is not only the basis for our practice but also patient care, nursing research, education, and personal and professional development. It allows us to understand and analyze our practice, draw inspiration from them

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  • The Future of Nursing

    The Future of Nursing Wendy DeHerrera Grande Canyon University Nursing History, Theories, and Conceptual Model Nur-430V March 14, 2015 The Future of Nursing In 2008 the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) met with the Institute of Medicine (IOM) to discuss the need to transform the nursing profession in order to keep up with challenges of a reforming health care system and meeting the nations’ growing health care needs (Institute of Medicine, 2010). A committee was formed and a 2-year

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  • Vision for the Future of Nursing

    Vision for the future of nursing Currently, health care in the US has been made accessible and affordable to everyone, as evidenced by the increase in the number of patients in the health care system. The nursing profession is already facing numerous challenges to deliver good quality and safe patient care. Therefore, there is a need for growth in remodeling the nursing profession to meet the high demand of an aging population with more complex needs. The nurses have to quickly adapt to a new

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  • The Future of Nursing Practice

    The Future of Nursing Practice If nurses truly “practice to the full extent of their education and training” (Institute of Medicine, 2010, p. 85), then the sky is the limit for how nurses can lead the way in developing positive changes in many different aspects of the healthcare paradigm. Although there are countless relevant literary reports on how to achieve such changes, The Institute of Medicine’s report on the Future of Nursing (2010) is held in the highest regard for the impact it could have

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  • Nursing Vision for the Future

    Nursing, as a profession, continues to be a growing and changing entity. As nurses, we must consider that our future is going to be much different than our past. This presentation will review four major topics that are worth consideration, and hopefully provide food for thought about each nurse’s plans and goals for his or her own career in the future. We will discuss evidence-based practice, nursing theory, research, and nursing roles and opportunities. Each of these topics includes a myriad of

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    a patient care situation in which you describe how nursing care or approaches to decision-making may differ based upon the educational preparation of the nurse (BSN versus a diploma or ADN degree). Refer to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Fact Sheet: Creating a More Highly Qualified Nursing Workforce as a resource. Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, Within the nursing profession, education is an essential component to

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  • Nursing and It's Future

    Nursing and Its Future The Institute of Medicine (IOM) recognizes the need for an advancement of the Nursing practice and medicine. Nurses compromise a huge portion of the medical population; they are trained to react to multiple situations routine or emergent. Nurses are trained to act beyond their scopes of practice in many states ("IOM Report," 2010). The IOM is proposing for nationalized educational standards, practice standards and licensure standards. Currently there are about three million

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  • The Future of Nursing

    The Future of Nursing: Education, Practice and Leadership Amber M. Crouch Grand Canyon University: Professional Dynamics October 6th, 2015 In 2008, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) in partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) began a two year project in response to the need for assessment and change in the profession of nursing. This initiative brought together a diverse group of people who, at the end of the two years, provided a detailed report entitled “The Future of Nursing:

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    report, “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health” promotes the advancement of nursing and it’s affects on the health care system. The report focuses on four crucial areas of advancement: transformation of practice, transformation of education, transformation of leadership, and meeting the need for better data on the healthcare workforce. This paper will go into more detail about the impact of the report on transformation of practice, education and leadership. Nursing education today

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    The Future of Nursing The Institute of Medicine and the Impact on Nursing Rachel E Boyd Grand Canyon University: NRS-430V Professional Dynamics April 19, 2015 The Institute of Medicine and the Impact on Nursing The Institute of Medicine is setting the standard high for nursing and with good reason. Our healthcare system is changing and we need to be well versed and prepared for these changes. Nursing is changing politically and the way healthcare is being delivered is transitioning also

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  • Transforming the Future of Nursing

    The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health-Impact of the 2010 IOM Report Angela D. McCombs Grand Canyon University: Professional Dynamics NRS-430V-O500 21 JAN 2016 According to the article registered nurses are in the front line of patient’s care. It said that we are faced with a number of barriers preventing us from being able to meet the demand of different health care systems. In the efforts of helping us to overcome this The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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  • Future of Nursing

    The Vision for Nursing is a Bright Nur/391 Sharon Berry Facilitator Arlene Leyba December 1, 2014 United ICN, the nurses of all nations speak with one voice. We speak as advocates for all those we serve, and for all the unserved, insisting that prevention, care and cure be the right of every human being. We are in the vanguard of health care progress, shaping health policy around the world through our expertise, the strength of our numbers, the alignment of our efforts, and our

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  • Telenursing: the Way of the Future for Nursing

    Telenursing: The Way of the Future for Nursing Paula Heser, RN Chamberlain College of Nursing NR361: RN Info Systems in Healthcare Fall 2015 Telenursing: The Way of the Future for Nursing “The concept of Telehealth is not really new. When humans first began space exploration in the 1960s, astronauts’ health was monitored by transmitting physiologic parameters back to physicians on earth” (Stokowski, 2013). “Telehealth is the use of telecommunications technologies ad electronic information

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  • Nursing Future

    “Nursing Future” Education Impact on Nursing Practice Grand Canyon University: NURS-430V 6/4/2016 “Nursing Future” Education Impact on Nursing Practice The Institute on Medicine (IOM) released a document in 2010 entitled: “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health.” The group that arranged this report were made up of professionals who recommended and helped shape legislation and health care policy (“Professional Accountability,” 2011). The document guided health care improvement

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  • Future of Nursing

    Future of Nursing in Healthcare In the United States, the healthcare system is being overhauled and transformed to provide quality healthcare at affordable prices. This transformation is going to effect the nursing profession even more so. In 2010, The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law to provide more accessible and more affordable care. The committee on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Initiative on the Future of Nursing, at the Institute of Medicine (IOM) developed a vision for a

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  • Future Trends in Nursing

    Future Trends in Nursing Kareen Whyte Hope Care College Looking at the future of nursing throughout the 21st century seems exhilarating but on the other hand challenging. With the frequent expansion of the function of nurses, the current healthcare climate, education, and research, nurses will play a key role in the transformation of the world’s health and healthcare as a whole. The patient care delivery systems of the future will be significantly influenced by the industry trends that are

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  • Future Trends in Nursing

    Running head: FUTURE TRENDS Future Trends in Nursing Carol J. LaRatta Professional Dynamics 430v 01/22/2012 Future Trends in Nursing The world is evolving and so is the medical profession. Will the future trends in nursing practice, nursing education and nursing leadership be the influencing factors on how we as individuals take part in leading the way for better opportunities and a higher quality of care for our patients? You be the judge. The need and desire for a higher level of education

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    promotes seamless academic progression. 1. This means that schools will need improve and change the way they teach and encourage new nursing students. Instructors that won’t make nursing school a bad memory and will encourage students to go further in their education. 2. Masters and doctorate degrees will be needed to teach the next generations of future nurses, and to fill the many leadership roles that are and will be available. 3) Nurses should be full partners, with physicians and

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  • Future of Nursing

    Future of Nursing Elizabeth Crandall Grand Canyon University NRS-430V Professional Dynamics February 25, 2012 In 2010 the Institute of Medicine released the results of a two year study of the role of the largest workforce in the nation’s health care system: nurses. The first key message of the IOM report is that “nurses should practice to the full extent of their education and training (Institute of Medicine [IOM], 2010, p. 2).” Expanded educational prospects and advanced training and practice

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  • The Future of Nursing

    Running head: IMPACT ON NURSING: THE FUTURE OF NURSING IMPACT ON NURSING: THE FUTURE OF NURSING Holly M. L. July 22, 2012 THE IMPACT ON NURSING This paper will review the impact of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) report on the future of nursing. It will include the impact on nursing education, nursing practice, with emphasis on primary care in relation to the goals mentioned in the IOM report and the impact on the nurse’s role as a leader. The IOM report has two key

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  • Iom's Report on Future Nursing

    Institute of Medicine’s report on Future Nursing Compare to some other developed countries American health care is very complex and expensive. The need to develop a health care system that is affordable to every citizen is very necessary to face the challenges and get a better care to the diverse populations of the United States. Since nurse working in the front line of health care and largest health care professionals Nurses should be full partners, with other health professionals, in redesigning

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  • The Future of Nursing

    Running head: THE FUTURE OF NURSING The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health Victoria G. Tapia Grand Canyon University: NRS 430V March 25, 2012 The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health On October 5, 2010, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released its recommendations in Nursing in the United States, “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health.” For two years a committee named Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) worked to study facts, research

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