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The Building Academic Geriatric Nursing Capacity (BAGNC) program at the American Academy of Nursing began in 2000 with support from the John A.
This special issue of Nursing Education Perspectives offers nurse educators a glimpse at both current and future innovation in geriatric nursing education.
Geriatric educational needs were identified by the GNP, geriatric clinical nurse specialist, and GMD using three methods: review of geriatric nursing competencies and literature, meetings with nursing administrators and staff, and the modified GIAP survey.
The goals of geriatric nursing care are the enhancement of health-related quality of life in older Americans through prevention of disability, reduction of functional decline, and extension of active life expectancy ("Improving.
The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, announced yesterday the development of a nationwide Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy.
Franklin is part of the University of New Mexico Foundation-Ruth Franklin Endowment for Geriatric Nursing, which annually supports faculty expertise in the field of gerontology.
Hartford Foundation Institute for Geriatric Nursing, New York University College of Nursing.
Meiner, "The Legal Nurse Consultant," Geriatric Nursing 26, no.
Gurwin Jewish Geriatric Center, a premier geriatric nursing facility located in Commack, NY, has launched a major renovation of its central Dorothy and Dr.
The nurses module, which offers continuing education credits, covers topics that include patient safety, breaking down barriers, learning from errors, a proactive approach to errors, technology and the nurse, geriatric nursing and home health care.
Hartford Center of Geriatric Nursing of Excellence at the University of California, San Francisco, rated the No.

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