For the first time in its 9-year history, the Michigan Center for Nursing’s 2014 Survey finds the total number of nurses holding a Michigan license is decreasing, while the rate of nurses leaving the profession is increasing.
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The latest infographic based on the Michigan Center for Nursing's 2013 survey of Michigan nurses is here.
We outline some of the progress Michigan has made towards fulfilling the goals outlined in the Institute of Medicine's 2010 report, The Future of Nursing.
Our friends at the Center for Healthcare Research and Transformation have released a new report outlining the costs of patients with severe obesity.
Anyone who has been paying attention has seen the impact the lack of appropriate mental health treatments has negatively impacted individuals and communities.
What are the qualities of a good online RN-BSN programs? What options are available to Michigan residents?
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-funded RN work study is a 10 year longitudinal study, following nurses who were newly licensed nurses in 2004-2005 about their education, careers, job satisfaction, and quality improvement.
We have it! The survey results are now in from the 2013 Survey of Michigan’s nursing. Some changes in this year’s survey include:
Breakdown of Advanced Practice nurses
From Ragan Health Care Communication News, an infographic explaining the barriers to health literacy and the increased costs that comes from missing health care literacy among patients.
The 2013 Survey of Michigan Nurses included a question on the role of interprofessional patient care teams. Team-based care is going to be an essential part of health care’s effort to reduce costs and improve quality.
Harvard researchers released information this week highlighting results from a study that examined almost 90,000 patients over a 22-year period found significant reductions in the rate of colon cancer in those patients who underwent endoscopic screenings.