Transforming Health Care Through Nurse Leadership

Nurse Leader mentoring anotherFrom our national counterpart, Campaign for Action

Nurses can help transform the nation’s health care system, create healthier communities, and build a Culture of Health. But what are the keys to becoming a nurse leader? From stepping outside of your comfort zone to finding a mentor, leaders from the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action and the 2014 “Breakthrough Leaders in Nursing” share their advice.

VIDEO: Transforming Health Care through Nurse Leadership

Seeking Board Members in Omaha

The Foster Care Review Organization (FCRO) is recruiting new board members for local review boards in Omaha. FCRO currently has 24 boards in Omaha, many of which need new board members. FCRO is also creating 3 new boards that will begin this Fall 2015. Diversity is welcome! FCRO strives to have its boards diverse in terms of age, gender, race/ethnicity, profession, experience, and income.
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Mary Furnas, Program Administrator
Foster Care Review Office
521 South 14th Street, Ste 401
Lincoln, NE 68502-1846
402-471-4665 Office
402-471-4437 FCRO Fax
402-416-3804 FCRO Cell
402-770-8967 Personal Cell

Lessons in Leadership Grant Program Award Winner

moore-foundation-logoCongratulations! On behalf of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, I have the pleasure of informing you that your proposal has been selected to receive a grant of $10,000 through the Betty Irene Moore Nursing Initiative’s Lessons in Leadership Grant Program.  We look forward to partnering with you to support nurse leaders. (email sent 5/15/2015)

WHITE PAPER: Nursing Leadership and Education in Nebraska

Published in December 2014, this white paper offers background, solutions and conclusions resulting from the statewide planning and outcomes of the State Implementation Program I grant. These outcomes lay the foundation for subsequent initiatives and funding opportunities to continue the transformation of healthcare in Nebraska.  (See here or under links).