Archive for the ‘Academia’ Category

Final Draft of the AACN Essentials: To be voted on in March 2021

This document has been circulated among members of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing so may not be new to everyone, but we thought it best to share to a

Bad Actors Have Compromised Legitimate University Websites to Drive Traffic to Paper Mills

A colleague shared this article about the Paper Mill industry that is infiltrating legitimate University websites to gain a foothold in misinformation. This is an

Nursing schools pay for a government mistake

The Biden administration is making nursing schools pay for a government mistake amid Covid-19

Rejecting the myth of equal opportunity

Rejecting the myth of equal opportunity: an agenda to eliminate racism in nursing education in the United States A fascinating and timely article found on a Facebook

DNP Quality Improvement Project

I am looking for a clinic to complete my DNP project on screening for social determinants of health in a rural clinic. I am a part-owner of my clinic, so not able to

Flakey (Predatory) Journals and Conferences

Hello to all. The good folks at INANE (International Academy of Nurse Editors) share great information for all in our profession. Two links came through a short while

DNP Degree in the United State: Reflecting, readjusting, and getting back on track

This very important article was found on FaceBook. This research cannot be ignored. Please CLICK HERE to view this research study. I'm curious to know thoughts from

Alternatives to Surveillant Pedagogies and Technologies in Online Education for Clinical Professions

For those involved in academia, this topic of discussion will pique your interest. Dr. Rachel Walker and contributing authors explore and describe the challenges and

The DNP Project Workbook: A Step-by-Step Process for Success

Have you seen this? It's a great book by our colleagues Drs. Molly Bradshaw and Tracy R. Vitale. Steps for success is an easy statement to make, and this book supports

Recalibrating the Use of Race in Medical Research

A colleague from INANE (the International Academy of Nursing Editors) shared a link to an interesting article published by the American Nurses Association. Have a look