• Home
    • » Nursing Main Page


Education and management resources for nursing professionals to effectively train and lead staff members and employ evidence-based best practices. Covering challenges including nursing accreditation, developing management skills, building critical thinking, and becoming the voice of nursing.

Nursing Headlines

Top Stories

  • Shared Governance: The Essentials for Building Competencies and Measuring Progress

    At the heart of shared governance is a collective effort in achieving a greater good for the patient. This book provides the tools to help you build competencies and measure progress, processes, and outcomes for organizational shared governance with the goal of improved staff satisfaction, productivity, and patient care.

    By providing a broad base on which to begin, this book not only allows you to manage your own contributions toward shared governance but also outlines ways to engage internal and external stakeholders. These can include leadership, educators, interprofessional team members, and multidisciplinary colleagues.

    Order your copy today!

  • Nurse supply projections

    Seven states are projected to experience nursing shortages by 2030, according to a report from the Health Resources and Services Administration.

  • Stop a nursing shortage before it starts

    We’ve all heard the saying, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." In other words, a little foresight and planning can fend off a crisis.

  • The average nurse practitioner salary

    Becoming a nurse practitioner requires years of additional education and work experience and so the salary typically reflects the increased qualifications. Additionally, a shortage of labor in the field coupled with increased demand by an aging baby boomer population means the nurse practitioner role can be lucrative.

  • Chief nursing officers’ view of nurse supply and demand

    Are you experiencing a nursing shortage at your organization? Are you flush with job candidates or is it a struggle to fill open nursing positions? Are new graduates beating down the door while experienced nurses become harder and harder to come by?

  • Nurse practitioners in Tennessee push for less oversight

    The Tennessee Nurses Association is seeking the removal of a state law that requires physicians to monitor nurse practitioners’ clinics.

Nursing Blog


  • Webinar: Build Nurse Engagement Through Coaching and Mentoring

    December 19, 2018
    1:00-2:30 pm EST

    Studies show only 30% of your nurses are actively engaged, which can negatively impact patient satisfaction, safety, and nurse turnover. Join us on December 19 at 1 p.m. to discover how to engage the rest of your staff.

    Don’t miss the chance to improve nurse satisfaction, increase your nursing staff’s commitment to the organization, and raise the level of patient care.

    Visit for more information.