Nln’s professional development conferences, workshops, webinars, and trainings available to nurse educators and faculty for continuing education credit national league of nursing the voice of nursing education. Professional development of professional nurses: the future of nursing amy k fettig rn grand canyon university: nrs-430v professional dynamics april 28, 2013 professional development for nursing professionals: the future of nursing a report was published in 2010 by the institute of medicine discussing the future of healthcare.
Nursing education programs and nursing associations should provide entrepreneurial professional development that will enable nurses to initiate programs and businesses that will contribute to improved health and health care.
The role of nursing professional development in the future of nursing section editor(s): wilson, chris msn, rn-bc. Nursing professional development specialists are the keys to successful succession planning, managing competing priorities, and effecting cost avoidance these practitioners are more than educators they emphasize safety, quality, efficiency, and effectiveness of practice while rapidly transitioning diverse generations of nurses into practice. Professional development - future of nursing and iom report in 2008, the robert wood johnson foundation (rwjf) and the institute of medicine (iom) launched an initiative to assess and reform the nursing profession to address the complex unique nursing needs for the current world.
Professional development of nursing professionals a committee on robert wood johnson foundation collaborated with the institute of medicine (iom) to develop a project on the future of nursing back in 2008. Nursing professional development specialists have knowledge and skills in adult learning principles, nursing career development, program development and management, continuing education, and leadership. Home / community / the practicality of nursing theory in the future the practicality of nursing theory in the future the future of health care is causing rise to much uncertainty in the delivery of care to clients in need both directly and indirectly.
Nursing professional development (npd) specialists play a pivotal role in meeting these recommendations in 2013, the association for nursing professional development's public policy committee, led by heather lary, msn, rn-bc, and eileen engh, msn, rn-bc, cpn, produced a position statement that outlined the role of npd specialists in this work. The nln’s professional development activities provide many and varied paths to helping nurses in education and practice teach in complex educational and health care systems the nln uniquely aligns education and practice, enhances leadership development for senior administrators and those who aspire to lead, and promotes diversity and inclusivity through its professional development offerings.
The american nurses association (2009b) distinguishes nursing professional development (npd) as a professional specialty based on the sciences of nursing, technology, research and evidence-based practice, practice-based evidence, change, communication, leadership, and education. Professional development is critical to the nursing profession because it emphasizes the importance of the following: continuing education assessing learning needs.
The future of health care has only one constant and that is, health care is in constant change the focus on improved patient outcome and patient satisfaction will be the future development in nurse theory and middle range theories lend to this development. Professional development of nursing professionals skilled and competent nurses for the future development of the of nursing profession and the health care system in general which is going through a redesigning and restructuring process institute of medicine (iom) report set a target to expand the percentage of nurses with first degree. Nursing professional development specialists facilitate evidence-based practice by bringing nursing research to the point of care they advise, collaborate, translate, integrate, and evaluate research that is in the literature and/or in progress within the organization through practice, education, and reflective discussion with staff.