Seven more health systems are updating, expanding, or opening nursing programs, the December 13 Becker’s Hospital Review reports.
The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the Abramson Family Center for Nursing Excellence, Philadelphia, started a Diversity Nurse Leader Fellowship Program.
Montana State University Mark and Robyn Jones College of Nursing, Bozeman, received some $4 million to increase the number of nursing faculty and preceptors across HHS Region 8.
Alvernia University, Reading, Pennsylvania, is relocating, expanding, and modernizing the John and Karen Arnold School of Nursing.
Piedmont Healthcare, Atlanta, started a 12-month Transition to Practice Nurse Residency program across its 15 facilities.
University of Minnesota School of Nursing, Minneapolis, and Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, are collaborating to improve undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate education degree opportunities.
Penn Highlands Healthcare, DubBois, and Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology (CPI), Pleasant Gap, have partnered to provide tuition, clinical rotations, and employment agreements for students entering CPI’s licensed practical nursing program.
Carson Tahoe Health, Carson City, Nevada, expanded its Nurse Apprentice Program to 40 apprentices.