The Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy offers nurse faculty, whether they are Sigma Theta Tau International honor society members or not, an invaluable resource for personal mentoring and individualized leadership development to prepare them as they transition into the faculty role.
The California HealthCare Foundation website features a series of Quick Reference Guides from the CHCF California Health Care Almanac examining specific segments of the state's health care workforce including physician assistants, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, health diagnostic and treatment therapists.
Research brief describing the structure and practices of an emerging international nurse recruitment industry, as well as the national and international responses to this phenomenon.
Research brief to examine opinion leaders’ views about nursing leadership with an emphasis on determining the role of nursing in the future, and potential barriers to leadership roles in health care today.
Research brief exploring how consumers might respond to changes in the roles and responsibilities of nurses (RNs) and nurse practitioners (NPs).
Research brief to ascertain availability of training options for health care and public health professionals to build proficiency in quality improvement (QI) or process improvement (PI) theory and practice.
Research brief to review and synthesize the literature on how nurses use health information technology (HIT), how HIT impacts their work, and how nurses can help with the effective utilization of HIT.
Research brief to explore the practice overlap between physicians and registered nurses (RNs) excluding advanced practice nurses (e.g. nurse practitioner).
Most opinion leaders express the view that there is a nursing shortage in America today.
Opinion leaders see cost/affordability as the number one issue facing healthcare today.