Dedicated support and resources, from employee engagement services to partner-only pricing, will ensure that your students get a meaningful learning experience. Plus, Capella's flexible implementation options accommodate the demanding schedules of full-time employees through online education.
Your nurses will gain advanced theoretical, practical, and applicable knowledge from expert faculty. Through assessments and state-of-the-art simulations based on real workplace experiences, plus our revolutionary RN-to-BSN FlexPath option that provides learners with the most direct path to earn their degree. On-the-job impact will be highly accelerated—and your return on investment will be, too.
Capella is a leader in competency-based education, with all healthcare program competencies aligned to the ANCC Magnet Model Components1. Through Capella's innovative Competency Map tool, we make sure students are advancing in the areas you've outlined, and deliver regular progress reports to give you tangible results.
Capella University's School of Nursing and Health Sciences Dean, F. Patrick Robinson, PhD, RN, FAAN, discusses the positive outcomes that have resulted from investing in nursing education. You will also hear how Capella's employer partnership program, Nursing Track 80/20, was designed to help organization's meet their nurse development goals.
The landmark Institute of Medicine (IOM) report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, addresses the important role that nurses play in shaping the future of health care. In addition to discussing the importance of nurse education and BSN degrees, the initiative to have nurses on boards was also a key area of focus. With perspectives from respected leaders in the nursing profession, this white paper explores how nurses can lead change at the board level and what The Nurses on Boards Coalition (NOBC) is doing to support this critical effort.
1. 14 Attributes or outcomes that exemplify nursing excellence, identified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, a subsidiary of the American Nurse Association (ANA).