Nursing Theory: At the Heart of Practice
This program will help nurses realize how using nursing theory improves care for individuals, families and communities; to recognize types of theoretical works in nursing; and to understand the basis of several nursing theories.
Courtesy of The Johnson & Johnson
Campaign for Nursing's Future
1.0 contact hour available free of charge until June 30, 2012.
Reopened on Florence Nightingale's birthday on May 12, the newly renovated Florence Nightingale Museum in London combines interactivity with history to tell the nursing pioneer's story.
Today's Pioneers: Antonia M. Villarruel
In our first in a series of profiles of nursing legends, learn how this University of Michigan nursing professor embodies the spirit of Florence Nightingale.
Today's Pioneers: Margaret L. McClure
Another in our series of profiles on legendary nurses, this university professor and former CNO has spent her long career taking steps to strengthen the nursing profession.
Today's Pioneers: Linda Burnes Bolton
In the final installment of our series of profiles on exemplary nurses, meet a high-ranking nurse whose vision for nurses and nursing echoes that of Florence Nightingale.