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The State of the Nursing Workforce: Millennials, Keeping It Real, and Making an Impact
WEB354
What does the nursing workforce look like today? The demographics are changing as baby boomers begin to retire and the number of millennials have doubled in the workforce. With a drive to make a difference, be understood, and thrive, millennials generally have certain aspirations for professional development and influencing their environment.
The Future of Nursing Report: What We’ve Achieved So Far
60194
This 1.5 course provides nurses with an update on the response to the National Academy of Medicine, formerly the Institute of Medicine’ s, recommendations for the future of nursing, describing the progress toward the eight recommendations for transforming nursing practice and the ways nurses can be part of moving the future of nursing forward.
Transformational Leadership:  A Growing Promise for Nursing
CE605
Transformational leadership has been shown to be particularly effective in uncertain environments, such as those found in today’s healthcare organizations. This module discusses what transformational leadership is, why transformational leadership is a key part of Magnet nursing organizations and how it can promote work satisfaction among nurses and improve care for patients.
Delineating Terminal Degrees for a Fruitful Pursuit
CE758
A key element of the Future of Nursing Report focuses on the need to double the number of doctorate-prepared nurses by 2020. This activity provides information on three terminal degrees relevant to nursing practice, PhD, DNP, and EdD, in terms of typical scope, purpose, and career progression.
Structural Empowerment: Boosting Professional Practice
CE639
Structural empowerment includes staff involvement in structures of an organization that result in an empowered nursing professional practice. It increases nursing autonomy, promoting the highest levels of clinical excellence, and professional practice. Nurses in these environments enjoy job satisfaction, autonomy and dedication to their organizations.
Educational Pathways for the APRN Role
CE750
The call to higher education is well supported by several influential organizations. This module provides an overview of the advanced degrees for nursing graduate education and focuses on seeking higher education for the clinical role of the advanced practice registered nurse as a nurse practitioner.
Empowering Your Nursing Career
WEB329
Do you feel empowered to navigate your career? Are you trying to decide which specialty to pursue, how to begin your professional nursing career, or how to make a change to an existing career? Learn about how you can make your personality characteristics work for you by considering correlated nursing specialties and environments you might enjoy more than others.
Partnership: Making the Most of Mentoring
CE190-60
Mentoring is not new to nursing; however, nurses often confuse mentoring with other career development relationships, such as coaching, precepting or peer strategizing. This module offers information about the mentor/protégé relationship, the benefits of such relationships and how to go about establishing one.
Coaching: An Essential Skill for Nurses
60107
Leaders in nursing, from the senior management team to the charge nurse and the staff nurse on the front line, can improve performance, facilitate exceptional teamwork, and enhance professional development with coaching. The concepts and coaching skills described in this 5.60 contact hour course will provide the map to transforming your unit and your organization.
Do You Reflect a Positive Image of Nursing?
CE492
Gallup polls reveal that the public has a high level of trust in nurses. The public has little understanding of what nurses do and doesn’t think of them as key players in healthcare. This module provides an overview on nursing and its image and how nurses can enhance the public’s perception of nursing by taking action individually and as a profession.
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DAISY meaningful recognition guide
DAISY Award says 'thank you'
Thousands of nurses honored, with more to come.
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Championing nurse excellence
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We partner with the DAISY Foundation to celebrate nurses.
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Nominators are nurse fans
Support from patients, families, colleagues up the special factor.
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Nurse faculty deserve praise
DAISY faculty award gives credit where credit is due.
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Benefits that may surprise you
The award comes with perks for honored nurses.
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Honoree goes the extra mile
RN takes patient, a Chinese farmer, under her wing.
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Propel your nursing practice
Foundation supports studies that can boost your nursing practice.
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4 projects are tip of the iceberg
Funded research targets autoimmune diseases and cancer.
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Apply for DAISY grants
If you're ready to do research, applying for grants is a good place.
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DAISY can help retention
Millennial nurses embrace change and meaningful recognition.
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Become a 'good detective'
Learn how to develop research in a clinical setting.
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Schools get inspired by DAISY
DAISY student and faculty awards strike a chord at schools.
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Compassion focus in spotlight
Magnet and Pathway to Excellence connect with DAISY goals.
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RN stages celebrations
Honoree brings holidays to dying patient and her family.
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DAISY attracts global attention
The program's international appeal is apparent.
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Associations give thumbs up
Groups enthusiastically endorse recognition efforts.
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U.S. families in need of diapers
Here's how to help patients find needed resources.
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Singing program's praises
The meaningful recognition is a career highlight.
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Get funding for your efforts!
Program offers honorees grants to help finance medical missions.
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Improve critical thinking skills
This free CE course can help you keep patients safe.
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DAISY's reach stretches
An agreement with ICN means more nurses will receive the honor.
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