NursesNOW Roundup December 2022
Looking to keep your finger on the pulse of the nursing industry? Check out this month’s top nursing news stories from around the globe.
As 2022 and year two of the most challenging times for nurses comes to a close, let’s not forget all nurses have done and sacrificed. Remember to thank a nurse this holiday season!
AONL is proud to recognize and celebrate nurses’ invaluable role in healthcare – watch a new video from @JNJNursing highlighting the nursing profession’s impact below. https://t.co/ojDdHNcI9u
— AONL (@tweetAONL) December 5, 2022
Physician and Nurse Informatics Collaboration Boosts Clinical Practice, Engagement, and Overall Digital Experience
Physician and nurse informatics specialists typically practice within their respective disciplines. Little has been published on the power, best practices, and opportunities for these essential resources to train, partner, and collaborate for optimal effect within larger healthcare organizations. But recently, the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society’s (HIMSS) Physician and Nursing Informatics leadership committees jointly analyzed these specialties further by evaluating the current and future synergies and possible alignment for physician and nursing informatics.
Nursing Informatics Bootcamp with Dr Newbold
March 10 – 11, 2023 | Chapter Event | HIMSS Central and North Florida Chapter
Intensive two-day course focused on current informatics trends and issues. It includes content for registered nurses who are interested in becoming American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) board certified informatics nurses. Other clinical professionals working in informatics may wish to take the course to become exposed to the course topics. More information here.
HealthcareNOW Radio Nurses Playlist
Check out our recently compiled playlist of episodes across our HealthcareNOW Radio network that feature nurses.
In the News
The American Nurses Association (ANA) is the premier organization representing the interests of the nation’s 4 million registered nurses. ANA is at the forefront of improving the quality of health care for all. Founded in 1896, and with members in all 50 states and U.S. territories, ANA is the strongest voice for the profession. Follow them on Twitter @ANANursingWorld
ICYMI: @ANAPresident was named to @modrnhealthcr‘s 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare List!
His historic term ends next month. So as a parting gift, please feel free reply with any special memories or messages you’d like to share with him. We know he’d appreciate it! pic.twitter.com/rm24mYkcXT
— American Nurses Association (@ANANursingWorld) December 12, 2022
As @ANAPresident Grant’s historic term comes to an end, we would like to thank him for tirelessly advocating for America’s #nurses, many of whom were on the frontlines of the #COVID19 pandemic. Thank you, Ernie, for everything. Follow him here: https://t.co/tiQt0i2PUr pic.twitter.com/sHGlSnDpYB
— American Nurses Association (@ANANursingWorld) December 27, 2022
American Academy of Nursing
The American Academy of Nursing serves the public and the nursing profession by advancing health policy, practice, and science through organizational excellence and effective nursing leadership. The Academy and its members more than 2,700 members, known as Fellows, create and execute knowledge-driving and policy-related initiates to drive reform of America’s health system.. Follow them on Twitter @AAN_Nursing
Now more than halfway through his tenure as President of @AAN_Nursing, Dr. Ken White, Dean of the IHP’s School of Nursing, is making his mark on the organization. 🔗 Read more: https://t.co/CCQJETGXIZ pic.twitter.com/CNIURDQumE
— MGH Institute (@MGHInstitute) December 19, 2022
The American Association of Nurse Practitioners
The AANP empowers all nurse practitioners (NPs) to advance quality health care through practice, education, advocacy, research and leadership. AANP is a community for NPs, NP students, and individuals or organizations interested in the NP role. There are currently more than 109,000 members. AAP is working to improve patient care and advance NP practice. Follow them on Twitter @AANP_NEWS
Check out this month’s APRN column in @JONAonline “PEARL: Keeping Focus on Practice, Education, Advocacy, Research & Leadership in 2023!” #NPsLead @AANP_NEWS https://t.co/Ce8tp0vKIZ
— AANP President (@PresidentAANP) December 22, 2022
Much gratitude to Dr. Tracy Wilson and @SheKnows for sharing her experiences and 5 practical, essential tips to consider when seeking healthcare. Thank you @drwilson2016 ! @pfizer @AANP_NEWS #NPsLead https://t.co/4YqiL7HCzu
— AANP President (@PresidentAANP) December 27, 2022
American Organization for Nurse Leadership
As the national professional organization of more than 10,000 nurse leaders, the American Organization for Nursing Leadership (AONL) is the voice of nursing leadership. Previously known as the American Organization for Nurse Executives (AONE), the organization changed its name in 2019 to better align with its core mission to shape health care through innovative and expert nursing leadership and vision of nursing leadership—one voice advancing health. Follow them on Twitter @tweetAONL
AONL’s #Leadership Lab is open for registration! This online course helps develop #nursemanagers into successful leaders. Program begins Jan. 17. https://t.co/93Ppx3Bak3
— AONL (@tweetAONL) November 28, 2022
National Association of Neonatal Nurses
NANN is a community of registered nursing professionals at all stages of their careers who care for newborn infants born with a variety of health challenges, including prematurity, birth defects, infection, cardiac malformations, and surgical problems. For more than 30 years, NANN has supported its members and advanced the profession by providing opportunities for members to influence care for neonates and their families, collaborate with leaders and peers in their field, and gain knowledge to improve their daily practice. Follow them on Twitter @NeonatalNurses.
In this Q&A, experts from Unite Us discuss why 2023 may bring progress in social determinants of health tech, telehealth and interoperability.https://t.co/iyBssTKRYw
— NANN (@NeonatalNurses) December 22, 2022
HealthcareNOW Radio’s Nurse Lauren
Nurse Lauren is HealthcareNOW Radio’s content contributor for NursesNOW. Her passion for pediatrics led her to become a newborn/infant ICU nurse at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Temple Health. Nurse Lauren, RN, is an avid gym goer and health advocate who enjoys improving the well-being of others through fitness and nutrition. She is a proud graduate of Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions (@DrexelCNHP) and Choate Rosemary Hall (@goChoate.) Check out her blog posts and Wellness Wednesday tips.
What are some predictions and trends in nursing we may see in 2023? Check out these different lists and note the most concerning is the inevitable nursing shortage.
The Nursing Shortage: Looking Ahead to 2023 from Nurse.com
Statistics show the nursing shortage is still a crisis, but 2023 could be a turning point. Front-line nurse don’t need numbers to know that the nursing shortage is wreaking havoc on their workplaces. Nevertheless, the data do make a convincing case that it’s past time to get serious about making changes. And in 2023, recruiting and retaining good nurses could be the most critical area of focus in determining a hospital’s success. Numbers tell a dire story.
10 Major Nursing Industry Predictions For 2023 from Nurse.org
It’s no secret that the nursing industry has undergone some challenges in the past couple of years. (Understatement of the century, perhaps?) Nurse.org’s State of Nursing Survey from 2021 revealed some hard facts from nurses themselves, such as the fact that:
- 87% of nurses surveyed were experiencing burnout
- 58% of nurses felt unsafe at work in the past year
- 84% believed they were underpaid
- 83% reported that their mental health suffered
- 77% felt unsupported, while 61% feel unappreciated at work
Clearly, some things need to change for the nursing industry to not only survive, but for nurses to thrive once again in a career that can—and should be—an important, fulfilling, and rewarding one that benefits both those who choose it and the patients they serve. The future of nursing doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom, so let’s take a closer look at some of the top 10 predictions for what the nursing industry might hold.
Nurses Predict Nursing and Healthcare Trends for 2023
According to NurseJournal (@nursejournal)Identifying healthcare trends for 2023 can help nurses prepare for innovation and change. Discover which trends may have a significant impact on nursing care.
The I.C.U. Nurse: A Symbol of Endurance
Check out The New York Times (@nytimes) latest profile describing how I.C.U. nurses are dealing numerous respiratory illnesses spreading across the United States despite exhaustion and burnout.
Looking Forward: 2023 Events
We invite faculty, #nursing administrators, practicing #CNLs, and students to submit abstracts for #AACNCNL23! Submit an abstract showcasing your innovations and innovations in CNL education and/or practice by December 1: https://t.co/jFJ1iEuXB2 #ClinicalNurseLeader pic.twitter.com/djTXdLWx5P
— AACN (@AACNursing) November 22, 2022
Registration for the 2023 Annual Conference is now open! Join us in Anaheim, Calif. next May 1-4. https://t.co/QCmOnr6PQw
— AONL (@tweetAONL) December 9, 2022
Registration for our 2023 Annual Conference is now live! Join us – in person or virtually – to discuss how we turn the corner for the future. Register by 4/6/23 to save $100! https://t.co/TCx6N0UVwP pic.twitter.com/km4ARhOeRh
— ANIA (@ANIAinformatics) December 7, 2022
Mark your calendar now for the #psychopharmacology conference planned for #nurses by nurses. Registration opens mid-February. #nursing #apnapsychopharm Discover more about CPI: https://t.co/KH5k2fJ1wp pic.twitter.com/usa0cbSXpQ
— APNA (@AmerPsychNurses) December 6, 2022
There’s less than a month to submit an abstract for the 2023 Annual Conference!
If you have research to share or knowledge of a specific topic that can help your neonatal nurse colleagues consider submitting today! The deadline is Jan. 9.
Learn more: https://t.co/5RNUBN8v4F pic.twitter.com/EOIRNHdQyL
— NANN (@NeonatalNurses) December 12, 2022