American Academy Of Nurses Inducts 2011 Class Of Fellows

Induction as a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing (AAN) is one of the most prestigious honors in the nursing field. The AAN Fellowship includes the top nursing researchers, educators, practitioners and executives in the nation. On October 15, the AAN will induct 142 new Fellows as part of […]

New Federal Grants For Nurses

Current and prospective nurses around the country will benefit from over $70 million in grants for nursing education, training and workplace development that were recently announced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). All grants focus on increasing and strengthening the pool of nursing talent in the […]

Campaign For Nursing’s Future Launches ‘Amazing Nurses’ Contest On Facebook

The national “Amazing Nurses by Johnson & Johnson” competition is giving nurses a chance to receive the recognition they deserve. From July 25th to September 11th, anyone whose life has been significantly impacted by a nurse can nominate that person for the award. Nominees are restricted to RNs, LPNs and […]

Georgetown University Brings Master’s In Nursing Program Online

Established in 1789, Georgetown University is one of the most prestigious academic and research institutions in the world. For over 200 years, students at Georgetown typically attended classes on one of the school’s three campuses located in Washington D.C. But now students looking to earn their Master’s in Nursing from […]

Science Is Rebuilding Man — Literally!

The practice of harvesting organs has been a necessity in medicine for generations. It has only been possible by the many brave souls who place their organs in the hands of those who desperately need them to survive. However, not all recipients get the organ they need and many must […]

Hospital Profile: Georgetown University Hospital

Name Georgetown University Hospital Location Washington, D.C. History One of the oldest academic teaching hospitals in Washington D.C., Georgetown University Hospital opened as part of Georgetown University in 1898, with 33 beds and staffed by the Sisters of St. Francis. In 1930, it moved to its current location on Reservoir […]