Title: The 2010 IOM Report’s Impact on the Future of Nursing Lu-Anna Godett Grand Canyon University: NUR-430V May17th, 2015 Introduction The writer will study The Institute of Medicine (IOM) report titled: "The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health," with a focus on the transforming practice transforming education, and the transforming leaderships. The author focuses on how the Institute of Medicine’s report and it’s impact on nursing education and the practice of nursing particularly on the field of primary care nursing, and what changes can be made to your practice to facilitate the goals set by the IOM report. The writer will also looks at the impact of the report on the nurse’s leadership role. Nursing Education in the IOM Report Discussed in the Institute of Medicine (2010), which states that, nurses should practice to the highest extent of their educational level and abilities, and should also achieve highest levels of education and training available, by improving their knowledge through education and improve their academic progress. Nurses can also build partnerships with doctors and collaborate with health care workers, to help improve the health care system in the United States.
Introduction The 2010 Institute Of Medicine and along with the partnership of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has put forth a landmark report focusing on the future of advancement in nursing . Ensuring that being the largest part of the medical profession nurses are given a chance to play a active part in redesigning the future of our nations healthcare reform .As per the 2010 IOM report it is time to look ahead ,a time to consider and a time to implement meaningful advancements in this drastically changing world of healthcare. The IOM has been involved in constant research and data collection for decades in bringing forth these changes to improve the quality and safety by focusing on three important aspects ,transforming nursing
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Banner Health Case Study Grand Canyon University Nursing Leadership and Management NRS-451 May 10, 2015 Banner Health Case Study Banner Health is a fast growing and developing healthcare organization that is truly taking the care needs of the citizens into consideration with everything they do within their business structure. In this case study it will be demonstrated how Banner Health addresses the health care needs of citizens for the future in the next decade. This case study will also discuss how network growth is planned for this company. Nurse staffing and issues with nursing shortages will also be reviewed. Banner Health resolves issues with resource management will also be examined.
The history for the future (of nursing) Julie Fairman, 2012,’History for the future (of nursing)’, Nursing history review, vol.20, pp10-13 A report released in 2010 by the Institute of Medicine was to be used as a plan for the future of nursing profession. Julie Fairman (2012) a nursing historian set on the future of nursing committee and used her expertise as contribution to the committee. Because as a nursing historian Julie Fairman (2012) had a particular viewpoint and knowledge of the circumstances that led to certain developments in nursing. For example the knowledge of studies that had been done about nursing profession. And how all the studies had been influenced by politics of the time.
Page 10 • ISNA Bulletin August, September, October 2011 Independent Study Visioning the Future of Nursing: Analysis of the IOM/RWJ Foundation Report Introduction In October of 2010, the Institute of Medicine, working in collaboration with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, released a report entitled The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. Recommendations in the report advocate for major changes in the education and practice of nursing in the United States. This independent study summarizes key points of the report and includes evidence from related sources that supports the need for change in nursing. Current and proposed action steps to implement the recommendations are included. Background Information The Institute of Medicine (IOM), part of the National Academy of Sciences, is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to “serve as an adviser to the nation to improve health” (IOM, 2011).
The Future of Nursing Wendy DeHerrera Grande Canyon University Nursing History, Theories, and Conceptual Model Nur-430V March 14, 2015 The Future of Nursing In 2008 the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) met with the Institute of Medicine (IOM) to discuss the need to transform the nursing profession in order to keep up with challenges of a reforming health care system and meeting the nations’ growing health care needs (Institute of Medicine, 2010). A committee was formed and a 2-year initiative on the future of Nursing was established. The 2010 IOM report on the Future of Nursing was created by the above mentioned committee and outlined changes for the future of nursing including nursing practices, education and leadership. One of the recommendations of this report is that nurses should complete higher levels of education and training. There are several options for entry into the nursing profession.
Nursing Role Essay Nursing Role Essay The newly proposed and soon to be employed Affordable Care Act, will introduce many new features and complications to nursing care. It also will add many new roles for nurses to participate in, such as Informatics Specialists. Nursing Informatics Specialists will play an important role for the future of nursing, and will bring with it many challenges as well as enjoyable features The Impact of Nursing Informatics Specialist on the Profession of Nursing The nursing profession is a human based one. In stating that, it connotes that it is ever changing, much like humans themselves. These major changes in nursing include the evolution from a task-based nurse to a role-based nurse, the modification of nursing uniforms, the adoption of infection control, the growing trend and acceptance of males in the profession, and the implementation of technology in field, among countless others.
Information technology is at the center of technological change and the healthcare services will be a major part of that change in an enduring way. DATA VISUALIZATION AND HEALTHCARE Introduction Data visualization is an information technology megatrend that can quite effectively inform research and strategy within the health industry. It is a disruptive technology that visually presents data in order to inspire an intuitive and deeper comprehension of complex subject matter, and relevant patterns and trends (Producer, 2013b). This enables health organizations to target research efforts and improve outcomes in services and treatment. The health industry is benefitting from the use of data visualization tools because it synthesizes vast amounts of data automatically expunging useless data.
The ANA is responsible for growth and professional development for nurses, in addition to political leadership among the nursing profession and health care arena. With more than 3.1 million registered nurse members in the United States, the ANA stand to create change in the nursing profession and in the health care field. It is imperative for nurse leaders to be an active part of the ANA to elicit change within his or her profession. Nurse leaders are critical leaders in professional change (American Nurses Association, 2013). Political Awareness in Nursing and Health Care