Grant Name:

Adjunct Clinical Faculty Training Program.

  • Date Awarded:
    Feb 2007
     
  • Amount:
    $851,199
     
  • Term:
    24 months
     
  • Grant ID:
    GBMF1228
     
  • Funding Area:
    Patient Care
     
 
 

To develop and implement, in partnership with the California Board of Registered Nursing, an intensive education program for practicing RNs. The program will prepare MSN-level RNs to become clinical instructors, and thereby increase the clinical faculty pool in the five county Bay Area. Additionally, the program will recruit and prepare BSN-level RNs to become assistant instructors that provide consistently higher quality clinical experiences for students studying to become RNs.

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date grant program term amount
Nov 2014 Updated Nursing Education Redesign for California White Paper Patient Care 11 months $375,216
Aug 2013 Phase II Launch of the California Plan for the IOM Initiative on the Future of Nursing Patient Care 24 months $424,020
Jul 2013 CINHC Program Sustainability Patient Care 36 months $1,200,000
Jun 2013 Transition Program Article Development and Publication Patient Care 5 months $50,000
Apr 2011 Phase I Launch of the California Plan for the IOM Initiative on the Future of Nursing Patient Care 6 months $100,000
Sep 2010 Updated Strategic Plan Patient Care 18 months $150,000
Oct 2009 New Graduate RN Transition Program Patient Care 24 months $710,000
Aug 2007 Magic in Teaching II Conference Patient Care 5 months $50,000
May 2007 Bay Area Simulation Collaborative Patient Care 24 months $800,000
Feb 2007 Adjunct Clinical Faculty Training Program. Patient Care 24 months $851,199
Jul 2006 Enhanced Nursing Education Curriculum White Paper Patient Care 12 months $259,188
Apr 2005 Consolidated Survey for Nursing Schools For Use by Multiple Agencies Patient Care 14 months $106,476
Mar 2005 The Magic in Teaching: Strategies for Nursing Faculty Course Patient Care 12 months $50,000

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