Nursing majors are the biggest change in the profession in decades.
There are so many new nursing jobs in nursing, it’s hard to keep up with it all.
Nowhere is this more evident than in our senior leadership positions.
Our senior leadership position has never been stronger and there is much more opportunity for nursing students to excel in the future.
There is so much going on, we need to keep a watchful eye on this area to make sure we have the resources needed to keep our young people learning and grow.
The first step in helping our graduates to develop their leadership skills is to review the nursing industry standards to ensure they are in compliance with the Canadian Nursing Standards (CNSS) for nursing, as well as the provincial nursing standards.
It is essential that we continue to improve our nursing education curriculum to ensure that our nursing students have the tools to develop the leadership skills necessary to be able to lead in the nursing workforce.
The latest nursing standards update also provides additional guidance for nursing graduates to ensure the nursing curriculum continues to meet current and future requirements in nursing.
Nurturing careers The nursing industry continues to be a dynamic sector and graduates need to make informed choices to ensure their future career paths remain aligned with their nursing background.
Nourishing careers include: A career in nursing is a lifelong passion.
It provides an opportunity to develop an appreciation for how a profession operates, how a community of people work together, and the relationships they form over the course of their careers.
It also provides a way to meet others in the community, and to gain new connections that can make a big impact on a family’s lives.
Nursing students are able to learn the skills needed to become leaders in nursing and to build bridges between communities.
Many nursing graduates are able and motivated to apply for careers in a variety of industries, including: Health care