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Magnet can be a lifesaver
Read first-hand account of how Magnet hospitals save lives.
RNs gain support
The Magnet culture dictates fitting education into nurses' routine.
Understand Magnet nursing
Interim director discusses past and future of the Magnet program.
The Magnet difference
Experts discuss some of the unique characteristics of Magnet hospitals.
Seeking Magnet: Pros and cons
A look at some of the benefits and costs of pursuing Magnet status.
Improve patient care
Research suggests Magnet status can improve patient outcomes.
Nurses battle Hurricane Harvey
Nurses at Magnet hospitals in Houston stepped up during crisis.
Find your Magnet hospital
A breakdown by state of all the Magnet hospitals in the U.S.
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Magnet has global appeal
Hospitals in other countries are seeking Magnet recognition.
Frontline nurses take the lead
Nurses are taking on leadership roles as Magnet Champions.
RNs are at the helm
Transformational leadership plays big role in Magnet process.
Free CE: Novice to expert
Build your expertise by adding to your skills and experience.
Achieve accreditation
Key steps hospitals can take to help them in the Magnet process.
Lifelong learning in nursing
Magnet program places a strong emphasis on continuing education.
Continuing education catalog
A look at courses that can help nurses on the Magnet journey.
continuing education catalog
It takes a special leader
Find out how transformational leadership leads to satisfaction.
APRNs and Magnet nursing
Magnet status can elevate nurse educational standards.
Achieve nursing excellence
Read stories of recent Magnet Nurses of the Year winners.
What being Magnet means
Learn about the continuing journey of the nation's first Magnet hospital.
When you get the Magnet call
Read testimonial from CNO of one of the newest Magnet hospitals.
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Healthcare Medical Homes
CE602
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HIPAA and Confidentiality: Practice May Change, But Principles Endure
CE513
Protecting the confidentiality and privacy of healthcare information is of great importance. In this course, you will learn about parts of HIPAA, especially as they concern nursing and other health professionals and the protection of healthcare information. Because you play a key role in the production of healthcare information, you play a key role in its protection.
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Working with an interprofessional team
CE90-60
Multidisciplinary, interprofessional and transdisciplinary team designations, often used interchangeably, refer to different groups in healthcare that operate with varying degrees of interaction among team members regarding patient care responsibilities. This program increases healthcare professionals’ knowledge about the skills required to work effectively in interprofessional teams.
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Improving critical thinking and clinical reasoning
CE168-60
Having sound critical thinking and clinical reasoning skills makes the difference between keeping patients safe and putting them in harm’s way. This educational activity addresses the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed for critical thinking and clinical reasoning. It reviews results from key studies and gives strategies for developing the thinking skills needed to function as a 21st century healthcare professional.
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Developing your leadership potential
60106
Leadership skills have not necessarily been a part of basic nurse education and are needed by all nurses to be partners in this change as well as to be effective clinicians in the healthcare environment. This comprehensive 6.80 contact hour course provides nurses with practical strategies that can help them establish personal plans for developing their leadership potential.
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Shared governance: What it can mean for nurses
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Shared governance is an organizational model that provides a structure for shared decision making among professionals about practice and clinical outcomes. Shared governance legitimizes nurses’ decision-making control over their practice while extending their influence to some administrative areas previously controlled by managers.
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Ensuring Evidence-Based Practice in a Clinical Setting
CE642
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