daily email, newslink, son, medical center, archive1_News|1_Press_Release|Medical_Center|School_of_NursingTeri Murray, louis university, nursing education, nursing shortage, Robert Wood Johnson, healthcare reformTeri Murray Sought for National Forum Universitytrue20100219T23:00:49
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Teri Murray Invited to National ForumTop Leaders in Profession Examine Educating Tomorrow's NursesThe dean of the School of Nursing will weigh in on nursing education reform.<p>ST. LOUIS -- Selected because of her leadership role in educating tomorrow's nurses, Teri Murray, Ph.D., dean of Saint Louis University's School of Nursing, is participating in a national forum on the future of nursing education. </p><table cellpadding="3" align="right" bgcolor="#ffffff" border="0" valign="top"><tbody><tr><td><img src="http://www.slu.edu/pr/images/terimurray_175.jpg" border="1" /></td></tr><tr><td><font face="Arial,Helvetica" color="#666666" size="1">Teri Murray, Ph.D.</font></td></tr></tbody></table><p>Murray has been invited as a "national thought leader" to be part of the meeting, which is in Houston on Monday, Feb. 22. She also will lead a session that explores how nurses can be part of the solution in reforming our healthcare system. </p><p>The forum is part of a major initiative that could transform the future of nursing education. It is chaired by Donna Shalala, former secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, and sponsored by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) in collaboration with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The IOM is a non-governmental, independent, nonprofit organization that provides advice to national decision makers and the public that is designed to improve health. </p><p>The initiative will examine the demands a reformed health care and public health system will place on the nursing workforce. It is expected to include innovative solutions for nursing in areas of recruitment, education, retention and new technologies across care settings and in the context of the entire health care workforce. </p>
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