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Public Health Nursing description from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation10 Ways Pubic Health Nurses Improve Health

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University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Nursing and Health Studies Assistant/Associate Professor [tenure-track/tenure eligible] The School of Nursing and Health Studies at the University of Missouri – Kansas City seeks applications for a 12-month tenure, tenure track Assistant/Associate Professor faculty member with expertise in Nursing Education to teach in our PhD program. The University of Missouri-Kansas City is a comprehensive urban university with nationally recognized programs in the health sciences, the arts and business/urban affairs. The faculty selected for a tenured/tenure track position will be expected to: • Maintain an active program of scholarship and externally funded research; • Mentor junior faculty to assist in their obtaining extramural funding; • Teach in the educational programs in Nursing; • Provide service appropriate to the position; • Advance the goals of the School of Nursing and the University of Missouri-Kansas City’s Strategic Plan; and • Provide guidance in the application of technology to nursing. The faculty selected for a ranked, non-tenure track position will be expected to: • Provide leadership in development and instruction of didactic and clinical courses/ experiences in the undergraduate or graduate programs; • Integrate research findings into teaching and practice; • Demonstrate expertise in teaching and evaluation; • Provide academic advice and assistance on students’ plans of studies and uncomplicated progression; • Demonstrate expertise in practice; • Provide service appropriate to the position; • Advance the goals of the School of Nursing and the University of Missouri-Kansas City’s Strategic Plan; and • Provide guidance in the application of technology to nursing. Minimum Qualifications: • An earned doctorate in nursing or a related field; • Expertise in Nursing Education and Certification as a Nurse Educator; • A record of quality teaching and service appropriate to the rank; Response ID: 1019 

Posted: August 28, 2017 Delete: November 30, 2017

Dear ACHNE Members & Colleagues,

The abstract submission site for the ACHNE 40th Annual Institute is now open. The theme for the 40th Anniversary Institute is "Celebrating the Past, Envisioning the Future." The Annual Institute will be a time of partnership as we come together to share our efforts from the past year. We invite you to present your work, insights, and research on diverse topics that address the 2018 AI objectives. Please use link above to access the Institute site and submit your abstract. Guidelines will also be found there. 

Process for 2018Whether you have submitted an abstract in prior years or served as a reviewer, you will need to create a new account for 2018 in ScholarOne. 

 


Posted: August 1, 2017 Delete: Jan 31, 2017

Esteemed ACHNE Colleagues, 

I want to thank the 2017 AI planners and all the presenters at this year's conference. I learned a lot of new things, and also revisited familiar topics in a a variety of venues. I also heard many of you talk about the need for being able to "evaluate outcomes of care". Some of you may not know the Omaha System is widely used in population-based care. It is a valid and reliable taxonomy which embeds in the EHR. Some sites without an EHR still use the Omaha System via paper and pen. A bonus, the Omaha System includes a valid and reliable instrument for measuring outcomes of care, e.g., Problem Rating Scale for Outcomes: knowledge, behavior and status. A 5-point Likert scale is used to evaluate a client/community baseline, mid-stream and at the end of a service event. To learn more, there is a plethora of articles discussing the Omaha System and it's provision of outcomes of care. Please go to the website to locate oodles of articles demonstrating outcomes;http://www.omahasystem.org/problemratingscaleforoutcomes.html. 

Debra Eardley, DNP, RN, APHN-BC
 http://www.omahasystem.org/problemratingscaleforoutcomes.html.To learn more, there is a plethora of articles discussing the Omaha System and it's provision of outcomes of care. Please go to the website to locate oodles of articles demonstrating outcomes; 

  

Final Report of the National Advisory Group on Prevention, Health Promotion, Integrative and Public Health.

Council on Linkages Releases Meeting Schedule for 2017

The Council on Linkages Between Academia and Public Health Practice (Council on Linkages) has scheduled four meetings to be held throughout 2017. Dates and times of the meetings are as follows:

  • Tuesday, April 11th, from 1-3pm ET
  • Monday, July 17th, from 1-3pm ET
  • Monday, October 2nd, from 2-4pm ET
  • Tuesday, December 12th, from 1-3pm ET

These meetings will be held by conference call and will focus on activities related to the Academic Health Department Learning Community, the Core Competencies for Public Health Professionals, and other initiatives of the Council on Linkages. All public health professionals interested in learning more about Council on Linkages initiatives are welcome to attend. Additional information, including agendas and meeting materials, will be available prior to each of these meetings. For more information, please contact Janelle Nichols at jnichols@phf.org.

Posted Feb 28, 2017 Remove December 13, 2017

 

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