Sharing Nursing's Knowledge: July 2013

Public Health Nurses Satisfied With Their Jobs, In High Demand

Photos of nurses from the Kansas City Kansas Health Department for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

New RWJF report offers comprehensive assessment of public health nursing workforce, finds little diversity among public health nursing leaders.

Putting the Skills, Knowledge, and Experience of APRNs to Full Use

Latest Charting Nursing's Future brief focuses on barriers to practice and how some institutions are overcoming them.

Rhode Island Launches Innovative Nurse Residency Program

State Action Coalition also makes progress in areas related to nursing practice and data.

Open Notes: A New Resource for Nurses

A national movement to break down barriers between patients and providers.

New Online Community for New Careers in Nursing Scholars and Alumni

Network facilitates networking, mentoring, and information sharing.

Quotable Quotes About Nursing

New and notable quotes on health disparities, nursing as a second career, restricting APRNs, and more.

In the Media

A powerful new anthology of essays written by nurse-authors shines light on the profession.

Recent Research About Nursing

New studies examine the co-management of geriatric cases by NPs and doctors, nurse-led interventions with diabetes patients, and the role of nurse staffing in cancer patients’ hospital experiences.

More Nursing on RWJF.org

Nursing scholarships, personal perspectives from nurses, and more.

Grantee Profile

Nurse Historian Helps Build "Nest" for Nurse Scholars

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Julie Fairman co-directs new RWJF program designed to create a cadre of well-trained, well-connected nurse scientists, leaders, and faculty members.

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Recent Calls for Proposals

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholars (Deadline: September 20, 2013)