Recommendations for the Future of Nursing
In celebration of Nurses Week 2021 and in recognition of the role of nurse leaders in health care, the UW–Madison School of Nursing invites you to a public talk by Dr. Susan Hassmiller. A recording of the talk will also be available after the event.
“With a mutual understanding of the priorities for the profession in addressing heath care needs of populations, we can align our efforts and resources—in research, education, practice, and policy—to transform systems of care, mitigate health disparities, and improve health for all. ”Dr. Linda D. Scott, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FNAP, FAAN, dean and professor, School of Nursing
Watch the Livestream May 12, 2021
More About the Future of Nursing
A Message from the Dean
It is my pleasure to host Dr. Susan Hassmiller to speak about the recommendations for nursing that are drawn from the National Academy of Medicine’s Future of Nursing 2020-2030 report. Experiencing this event with our students, faculty, staff, alumni, friends, and other colleagues in health care allows us to envision the future of nursing together.
With a mutual understanding of the priorities for the profession in addressing heath care needs of populations, we can align our efforts and resources—in research, education, practice, and policy—to transform systems of care, mitigate health disparities, and improve health for all. It is an honor to share insights from this seminal document within the UW–Madison School of Nursing community and beyond, where we are all partners in health.
The School of Nursing (SoN) offers this event in acknowledgement of Nurses Week 2021, and the American Nurses Association extension of the Year of the Nurse. In addition, this event that focuses on the impact of nurses and nursing is a kickoff to the SoN’s three-year Badger Nurses Change Lives centennial celebration and campaign that will lead us to 2024, when we reach our milestone 100th year in nursing education.
I hope you will join us for this virtual event,
Linda D. Scott, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FNAP, FAAN
Dean and Professor
Presented by Dr. Susan Hassmiller
Dr. Susan Hassmiller is a key member of the leadership team for the forthcoming Future of Nursing 2020–2030 report (release expected in April 2021) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Senior Adviser for Nursing. In her talk for the UW–Madison School of Nursing, Dr. Hassmiller will discuss recommendations from the report, including the role of nurse leaders in meeting workforce needs and advancing practice, policy, education, research, and diversity.