Highlights
September 14, 2011

New model enables Red Cross nursing to find solutions to challenges in the nursing profession.

Highlights
September 6, 2011

Many national organizations continue to support the report and its recommendations in various ways. 

Highlights
September 1, 2011

October 5, 2011 marks the first year of progress toward achieving the recommendations outlined in the Institute of Medicine report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. An image (below) has been created for use on print materials and websites. 

Highlights
September 1, 2011

On Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at a meeting of the AARP Champion Nursing Coalition and Council, Leapfrog, a member of the Coalition, announced that they will include measures of nursing excellence in their annual hospital survey on quality and patient care. 

Highlights
September 1, 2011

In early August, the California Action Coalition held a townhall meeting to discuss with leaders, health-care professionals and consumers the necessary actions to improve health in our state and the role nurses should take to advance this vision. Below are photos from the event.

News
August 15, 2011

The Michigan Center for Nursing, a partner of the Michigan Action Coalition, presented Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) with their "Friend of Nursing" Award that the Michigan Nursing Summit on Friday, August 5, 2011. 

Event
August 4, 2011

Partner with Nurses for a Healthy California - to discuss with other leaders, health-care professionals and consumers the necessary actions to improve health in our state and the role nurses should take to advance this vision.

Event
July 20, 2011

Rosa Gonzales-Guarda, committee member on the Institute of Medicine report Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, will present at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses. 

News
July 18, 2011

Read an update of Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action activities and highlights from the past months. 

News
July 6, 2011

Veteran nurse leaders see new potential for nurses to serve in executive-level and leadership positions.

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