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Nursing News: Create Nurse Leaders in Long Term Care

Written by LeAnn Thieman, CSP, September 25th, 2012

New York State has developed an exclusive leadership program for nurses in senior management who want to become or remain nurse leaders in the long-term care profession. The Foundation for Quality Care’s Nurse Educator Course, partially funded by the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration Nurse Education, Practice & Retention Program, provides college-level credits.

The Long Term Care Leadership Program provides nurse leaders with an ongoing educational and peer networking program that promotes personal development, core competencies and best practices in the role of long-term care nursing.

This Institute is even more critical in these times of staffing shortages and increased quality of care and financial pressures in the long-term care profession. It trains the next generation of nurse leaders to care for New York’s most frail populations.

As our baby Boomer population grows, what is your facility doing to create nurse leaders to care for them?

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