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Running head: THE CHANGE IN NURSING The Change in Nursing: What the Future Holds Kerry Dempsey Grand Canyon University: 430V September 16, 2012 The Change in Nursing What the Future Holds The Institute of Medicine(IOM) along with the committee on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Initiative have recognized an opportunity for change in the field of nursing. Along with the other healthcare reform laws like the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the need for change is on the horizon. The IOM and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation created a report that focuses on nurses, along with the additional members of the healthcare team to transform healthcare. Nurses are the largest sector of the healthcare system. The potential for
The IOM report “offer[s] a glimpse into what the future of nursing could be” (Institute of Medicine , 2010). The following will point out the impact of the IOM’s report on nursing education, nursing practice and will also discuss the future role of nurses as leaders in healthcare. Since the start of the last century, nursing has evolved from a vocational training program to a degree program at community colleges and universities. In recent years there has been much discussion with regards to the differences in training and preparedness of those nurses trained at the diploma or associate degree level, as compared to their nurse counterparts trained at bachelor’s degree level or higher. The report put out by the IOM not only discusses the impact that nurses can have in the future of healthcare but also encourages higher education so as to be better equipped to meet the growing demands and challenges of healthcare that affect the American population.
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Deborah D. Robinson Portfolio Assignment 4: Practice Summary Critique Chamberlain College of Nursing NR505 Advanced Research Methods Dr. Brown-Instructor April 7, 2012 Practice Summary Handout: [Staffing Affects Patient Outcomes] Student: Deborah Robinson Title of the Handout | Reference: | Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2003) The Effect of Health Care Working Conditions on Patient Safety. Evidence Report/Technology Assessment. 74 ( 5) April 7, 2012 retrieved from http://www.ahrq.gov/dowmloads/pub/evidence/pdf/work/work.pdfHickman, D.H., Severance, S., Feldstein, A., Ray, L., Gorman, P., Shuldheis, S., Hersh, W.R., Krages, K.P., & Helfand, M. 3 Results. Evidence on
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