Improving public understanding of nursing.
Challenging inaccurate depictions of nursing in the media.
How can nurses become fierce patient advocates?
Our executive director Sandy Summers delivers the graduation speech at Widener University
Be part of the solution! Ask your nursing school, organization, journal or hospital to join The Coalition for Better Understanding of Nursing -- our new initiative to change how the world thinks about nursing. Learn more!
Our executive director Sandy Summers to present at Nebraska conference November 2021
Truth About Nursing director Sandy Summers will give the keynote address at the Nebraska Action Coalition-Future of Nursing's Leadership / Culture of Health Conference. Originally scheduled to be held at the Holthus Convention Center in York, Nebraska, these events will now be held online in November 2021. Please see Sandy if you can!
Strategic Research Alliance
The University of Sheffield in partnership with The Royal College of Nursing
The Truth About Nursing's founder and executive director, Sandy Summers, presented to meeting of the Strategic Research Alliance, in partnership with the Royal College of Nursing, held at the University of Sheffield. Nursing professors organized a consensus development project from 2018-2023 and are conducting "a new programme of research activity, supporting the development of nursing research evidence and nurse research capacity. Ultimately the work will seek to influence public policy and promote better outcomes for the population and the NHS (the UK's National Health Service) workforce."
In 2020 the Alliance is addressing five questions in UK nursing care, one of which is: "What are the best ways of informing and engaging the public about nursing?" Sandy Summers, RN, MSN, MPH, attended to present on this question and engage with a lay panel via Zoom on October 19, 2020 in Sheffield, England. See more information on the Strategic Research Alliance web pages.
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