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    The Future of Nursing

    The Future of Nursing

    New York University College of Nursing's Dean Terry Fulmer along with the Alex and Rita Hillman Family Foundation will host a panel presentation and discussion on "The Future of Nursing" report, a Robert Wood Johnson Initiative at the Institute of Medicine (IOM), on February 17, 2011. "The Future of Nursing," report, released in October 2010, explores how nurses' roles, responsibilities, and education should change significantly to meet the increased demand for care that will be created by health care reform and to advance improvements in America's increasingly complex health system.

    • 1 hr 31 min
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    Global Health Workforce Summit

    Global Health Workforce Summit

    Why does global health workforce matter? Health care workers are the backbone of health systems, yet they are not sufficiently recognized as such and fail to attract donors’ strategic investment plans. The lack of tangible immediate results and the complexity of health systems simply have not sparked enough investment and action by funders, foundations, and institutions.

    • 4 min
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    Making Patient-Centered Care a Reality

    Making Patient-Centered Care a Reality

    New York University College of Nursing's Dean Judi Haber along with the Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation will host a panel presentation and discussion on "Making Patient Centered Care a Reality: A Nursing Perspective."

    Patient-centered care is a key concept in the debate over how best to reshape our health system. It holds the promise of realigning care around the needs of patients and of improving the quality of care while reducing costs. Most health professionals agree that it represents a needed change. Why, then, is patient-centered care more rhetoric than reality? And what can nurses do to turn things around?

    "Making Patient-Centered Care a Reality: A Nursing Perspective", brings together two nationally recognized nurse leaders, Amy Berman and Kimberly Glassman, to discuss the challenges, benefits and urgency of introducing patient- and family-centered care into practice. Drawing on their personal and professional reflections, the discussion will examine the roles patients, families and providers must play to produce successful outcomes; common myths and misconceptions about patient-centeredness; and what nurses can do to operationalize and advocate for patient-centeredness in their work environments.

    • 1 hr 35 min

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