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Idaho Nursing Action Coalition. Idaho Health Professions Education Council Meeting October 1, 2012 . Review the key recommendations of the IOM report Review the work of the Idaho Nursing A ction Coalition over the last year Identify the goals for today. The IOM Report.

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Idaho nursing action coalition

Idaho Nursing Action Coalition

Idaho Health Professions Education Council Meeting

October 1, 2012

Idaho nursing action coalition

Iom recommendations

  • Remove scope of practice barriers

  • Expand opportunities for nurses to lead and diffuse collaborative improvement efforts

  • Implement nurse residency programs

  • Increase the proportion of nurses with a baccalaureate degree to 80% by 2020

IOM recommendations

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IOM Recommendations

The future of nursing campaign for action

The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action envisions a health care system where all Americans have access to high-quality care, with nurses contributing to the full extent of their capabilities. The campaign is coordinated through the Center to Champion Nursing in America, an initiative of AARP, the AARP Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and includes 48 state Action Coalitions and a wide range of health care professionals, consumer advocates, policy-makers and the business, academic and philanthropic communities.

The Future of Nursing Campaign for Action

Action teams

  • Leadership (Inter-professional Collaboration): Buffie Main(recruiting 2nd co-chair)

  • Education: Lita Burns, Lori Stinson, Judy Nagel

  • Access to Care: Sandy Evans, Cherese Severson

Action Teams

Leadership action team

Leadership Action Team

Education action team

  • Develop a education model for nursing which promotes ADN graduates to achieve higher levels of nursing education

  • Increase the number of Masters and doctorally prepared nurses in Idaho by 50% by 2020

  • Develop a model for nurse residency programs in Idaho

  • Establish goals which reflect life long learning

Education Action Team

Access to care action team

Access to Care Action Team

State implementation program sip

State Implementation Program (SIP)

Advancing nursing in idaho to improve health

  • Submitted grant application August 27 APRN’s in th

  • Received over $78,000 in match commitments

  • Focused on 2 IOM recommendations:

    • #3 Implement nurse residency program

    • #1 Remove scope of practice barrier

“Advancing Nursing in Idaho to Improve Health”

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  • Focused on 3 key transitions in nursing practice, all will consider academic credit opportunities

    • Expand nurse residencies

    • Establish a leadership course for nurses transitioning to a clinical management/leadership role

    • Develop a curriculum to facilitate role transition from clinician to educator

“Advancing Nursing in Idaho to Improve Health”

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“Advancing Nursing in Idaho to Improve Health”

Idaho nursing action coalition 2013

  • SIP project and cultural barriers to APRN practice in Idaho

    • Build capacity and sustainability of nurse residency programs

    • Launch leadership course in one region

    • Investigate curriculum for educator role transition

    • Research limitations on APRN practice which are barriers to access, develop pla

Idaho Nursing Action Coalition 2013

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  • Non SIP project activities and cultural barriers to APRN practice in Idaho

    • Complete model for advancement of BSN & doctoral recommendation in Idaho

    • Develop recommendations for advancement in Idaho

    • Identify key health policy boards without nursing representation

    • Provide resources to enhance nurse’s skill and ability to contribute on boards

    • Identify, mentor, nurture nurses interested in these positions

Idaho Nursing Action Coalition 2013

Summary and cultural barriers to APRN practice in Idaho

Nursing workforce data collection

  • License fee legislation and cultural barriers to APRN practice in Idaho

  • Developing a process for decision making

  • Timeline for next Nursing Overview

  • Commitment to IOM recommendations

  • Developing a resource tool that identifies current data efforts

Nursing Workforce Data Collection