Center to Champion Nursing in America

A first-of-its-kind endeavor, the newly created Center to Champion Nursing in America will work to improve patient care for all Americans by pursuing an aggressive agenda to elevate the visibility of the nursing shortage while identifying actionable solutions to improve the quality of patient care. The Center is made possible by a $10-million grant to the AARP Foundation from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

RWJF and the AARP Foundation jointly announced the new effort at a news briefing Thursday, December 6, 2007, at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

New Center to Champion Nursing

New Center to Champion Nursing

New Center to Champion Nursing

A first-of-its-kind endeavor, the newly created Center to Champion Nursing in America will work to improve patient care by pursuing an aggressive agenda to elevate the visibility of the nursing shortage while identifying actionable solutions to improve the quality of patient care. Webcast of press briefing.

A first-of-its-kind endeavor, the newly created Center to Champion Nursing in America will work to improve patient care by pursuing an aggressive agenda to elevate the visibility of the nursing shortage while identifying actionable solutions to improve the quality of patient care. Webcast of press briefing.

New Center to Champion Nursing

A first-of-its-kind endeavor, the newly created Center to Champion Nursing in America will work to improve patient care by pursuing an aggressive agenda to elevate the visibility of the nursing shortage while identifying actionable solutions to improve the quality of patient care. Webcast of press briefing.