Nurses as Intermediaries

Nurses serve as intermediaries in their community.  This role is not without challenges to include, data silos, scope of practice rules, and budget and payment systems.  To learn more read the Brookings full report.  ...

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NJCCN releases supply and demand data for NJ nurses

Key highlights: Although the data shows there are enough nurses the issues of distribution and specialization continue to be of concern. Projection for APNs over the next 10 years shows significant growth based on demand data. Faculty vacancies in baccalaureate and...

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Nurse Practitioners Filling the Gap

Nurse Practitioners are filling the gap. New Jersey Monthly Magazine!

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In light of recent changes at the New Jersey Board of Nursing, The NJCCN sent the following official statement to state government offices and professional nursing organizations: The New Jersey Collaborating Center for Nursing’s (NJCCN) mission is to ensure that...

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NJCCN Funds Residency that results in 86% Retention Rate

The NJCCN's residency program in Long-Term Care was correlated with an 86% increase in retention of nurses entering the field. This residency program can be replicated through our recent publication of detailed lesson plans and external resources. Health Leaders Media...

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