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The board of directors of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners announces Jon Fanning, MS, CAE, CNED, will be its next chief executive officer.
A recent survey of nurse leaders identifies top challenges and essential focus areas for the healthcare industry to focus on to support nurses.
The survey also revealed an underrepresentation of Hispanic and Black nurses in comparison to U.S. Census data.
A recent survey of nurses finds that while nurses are taking on more leadership responsibilities during the pandemic, they still fall behind in the respect gap with physicians and patients.
The virtual summit brought expert speakers together to discuss topics of interest to nurse leaders to help them navigate the current healthcare landscape and plot a road map for the future.
More than one-third of healthcare workers hospitalized for COVID-19 were nurses, underscoring the need for continued infection prevention and control practices.
BCEN's 2020 Distinguished CPEN Award winner discusses why certified nurses are suited to lead during a pandemic and how investment from hospital and nurse leadership can foster professional growth.
Surveyed nurse leaders who feel supported by their teams and organizations consider themselves more prepared for a future COVID-19 surge.