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THE IOM / RWJF INITIATIVE ON THE FUTURE OF NURSING REPORT: What Does it Mean for Nursing and Michigan 2010 MONE Conference. Michael R. Bleich, PhD, RN, FAAN Dean and Dr. Carol A. Lindeman Distinguished Professor of Nursing Vice Provost of Interprofessional Education and Development
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THE IOM / RWJF INITIATIVE ON THE FUTURE OF NURSING REPORT: What Does it Mean for Nursing and Michigan2010 MONE Conference Michael R. Bleich, PhD, RN, FAAN Dean and Dr. Carol A. Lindeman Distinguished Professor of Nursing Vice Provost of Interprofessional Education and Development Oregon Health & Science University November 12, 2010 The Report Messages and recommendations are from The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health report, published by the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies (Hardcopy available in January 2011) Visit http://www.iom.edu/nursing to view the report Committee on the RWJF initiative on the Future of Nursing, at the IOM
  • Public health
  • Nursing
  • Federal & state administration
  • Hospital & health plan administration
  • Business administration
  • 18 members (5 intergenerational nurses) with expertise in:
  • Health information & technology
  • Health services research
  • Health policy
  • Workforce research & policy
  • Economics
  • Health care consumer perspective
  • Study Process
  • Literature review
  • 5 commissioned papers
  • RWJF Nursing Research Network
  • Interviews with nurses for case studies and nurse profiles
  • 5 committee meetings
  • 3 public workshops
  • 3 public forums (including submission of testimony) that resulted in published workshop reports
  • Acute care
  • Care in the community
  • Education
  • The Gestalt of the Report
  • Public lens and need for nurses and nursing
  • Focused messages and recommendations
  • Actors named
  • Implementation plans and funding
  • The last chapter matters
  • Examples of Implementation:Scope of Practice Advanced practice registered nurses should be able to practice to the full extent of their education and training. To achieve this goal, the committee recommends actions for the following entities:
  • Congress
  • State Legislatures
  • Centers for Medicare
  • and Medicaid Services
  • Office of Personnel Management
  • Federal Trade Commission
  • and Antitrust Division of the
  • Department of Justice
  • Examples of Implementation:Nurse Residency Programs State boards of nursing, accrediting bodies, the federal government, and health care organizations should take actions to support nurses’ completion of a transition-to-practice (nurse residency) after they have completed a prelicensure or advanced practice degree program or when they are transitioning into new clinical practice areas. State of Our Science
  • Research priorities for Transforming Nursing Practice
  • Research priorities for Transforming Nursing Education
  • Research priorities for Transforming Nursing Leadership
  • Key Messages Key Message No. 1 RECOMMENDATION NO. 1: Key Message No. 2 RECOMMENDATION NO. 3: RECOMMENDATION NO. 4: RECOMMENDATION NO. 5: RECOMMENDATION NO. 6: Key Message No. 3 RECOMMENDATION NO. 2: RECOMMENDATION NO. 7: Key Message No. 4 RECOMMENDATION NO. 8: Lessons Learned Get Involved!
  • Upcoming Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Meeting on November 30th – December 1st
  • 500 multi-stakeholder participants
  • Go to the RWFJ Website link to volunteer and receive more information about the upcoming live webcast: http://www.rwjf.org/humancapital/product.jsp?id=69548
  • Implementation Strategy
  • Regional Access Coalitions
  • Must be co-led
  • Five lead states named, but more to follow and not to deter other action from moving ahead
  • California
  • Mississippi
  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • Michigan
  • Convergence and Forward! The convergence of decades of hard work, growth in our science, linkage of academic-service technology with the human condition, and health policy can reinvigorate our purpose for being nurses. Let us converge our energy for the sake of good. Contact Information Michael R. Bleich, PhD, RN, FAAN Dean & Dr. Carol A. Lindeman Distinguished Professor Vice Provost for Interprofessional Education and Development Oregon Health & Science University School of Nursing – SN-ADM 3455 SW US Veterans Hospital Road Portland, OR 97239-2941 Phone: 503-494-7444 Fax: 503-494-5165 Email: bleichm@ohsu.edu
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