More than thirty nurse educators and stakeholders from around Oregon gathered to discuss the struggle to recruit and retain nurse faculty in Oregon on Friday, October 16, 2015. The event, sponsored by the Oregon Nurse Leadership Collaborative (ONLC), aimed to provide data about current nurse
Thank you to all who attended the Oregon Nursing Leadership Collaborative’s presentation today on the state of nursing faculty in Oregon. If you are interested in continuing the conversation around one of the main themes that emerged from today’s conversation, please complete the form below.
New, online curriculum is reaching under-served rural areas, addressing gaps in education and care PORTLAND, Ore. – Cambia Health Foundation is investing nearly $800,000 to develop an innovative online curriculum to integrate palliative care in undergraduate nursing education across the nation. The online format will make
Almost one-third (31 percent) of Oregon’s advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) plan to retire within the next 10 years, according to the Oregon Health Authority’s newly released “Oregon Health Professions: Occupational and County Profiles” report, a collaborative project of the Oregon Center for Nursing (OCN),